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Attorney General Dave Yost provides update on CMHA officer-involved shooting from Nov. 2020

Posted at 8:24 AM, Jul 07, 2021
and last updated 2021-07-07 11:10:46-04

CLEVELAND — Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost held a press conference to provide updates on officer-involved critical incidents that occurred in Columbus and Cleveland.

The primary case discussed by Yost and prosecutor Anthony Pierson was the shooting of 19-year-old Arthur Keith by a Cleveland Metropolitan Housing Authority officer in November 2020. A grand jury declined to indict the officer after reviewing the evidence in that case.

MORE: No charges for CMHA officer who shot, killed 19-year-old Arthur Keith, Attorney General's office says

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