Grand Jury: Cameron Co. Officers Justified in Fatal 2018 Shooting of 21-Year-Old
BROWNSVILLE – According to a grand jury, all five officers who shot at and ended up killing 21-year-old Ricardo Trevino were justified in doing so.
Back in December, Trevino led officers on a 22 minute car chase through San Benito, where eventually three San Benito officers, including the chief and two deputies from Precinct 5 Constable's Office, used deadly force.
Cameron County District Attorney Luis Saenz explained why the grand jury believed it was justified.
Watch the video for further information.
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