Report: Grand Jury Hears From Officers In Case Of Unarmed Bronx Teen
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The grand jury investigating the police shooting death of an unarmed Bronx teen reportedly has heard from two NYPD officers and a sergeant.
The New York Times says Officers Tyrone Horne and Andrew Jarvis have testified before the panel, along with Sergeant Scott Morris.
The paper says Horne and Jarvis were part of a two-person observation team following Ramarley Graham, 18, and two friends on February 2 after they left a grocery store.
The three went into a nearby building, and the Times says when Graham came out alone the two officers told Morris he had a gun.
While Horne and Jarvis went looking for Graham's two friends, the Times says another group of officers spotted the teen and pursued him into his house.
Police say Graham was later shot by Officer Richard Haste in his bathroom.
No weapon was ever found.
The grand jury is considering potential criminal charges against Haste.