The outcome of the Cleveland police chase turned deadly shooting investigation will be revealed at a Tuesday morning news conference.
The news conference is set to begin at 10 a.m. at Richfield BCI where officials will disclose the results of the investigation into the Nov. 29 chase turned fatal shooting that left two people dead.
Dozens of Cleveland officers were involved in the chase, with 13 of them firing 137 rounds at — or into — Timothy Russell and Malissa Williams.
Approximately 61 officers were involved in the incident.
The toxicology report by the Cuyahoga County Medical Examiner’s Office showed both Russell and Williams had cocaine in their systems.
Cleveland’s police chief and mayor said officers will face consequences if they didn’t follow protocol.
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