BCA Turns Over William Hughes OIS Investigation to Ramsey County Attorney's Office

September 19, 2018 04:19 PM

The video above originally aired Aug. 17, 2018.


The Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension says it has completed its investigation of the fatal police shooting of a 43-year-old St. Paul man.

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The BCA said all evidence and information related to the shooting of William Hughes has been turned over to the Ramsey County Attorney's Office.

RELATED: Search Warrant: Man Killed in St. Paul Officer-Involved Shooting Fired Gun in Home, Pointed it at Roommate

Officers Vincent Adams and Matthew Jones were responding to reports of a man firing a weapon inside a home at 905 St. Anthony Avenue on Aug. 5 when they shot and killed Hughes.

Police released the body camera footage Aug. 17, less than two weeks after the shooting.

RELATED: St. Paul Police Release Body Camera Footage in William Hughes Shooting

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