1. Charlotte, N.C., police officer Randall Kerrick will face his second grand jury within a week on charges related to the killing of a college football player, shot while seeking help after a car crash.
A grand jury initially decided not to charge Kerrick with involuntary manslaughter in the death of ex-Florida A&M University player Jonathan Ferrell. The prosecution resubmitted the charge, claiming that the grand jury was not at full strength last week because fewer than 18 members were present. Despite protests from the defense, a judge decided Monday that the case would be reconsidered.
4. The woman was unaware that Ferrell was involved in an automobile accident and may have been seeking help. He was unarmed at the time he was shot.
Jonathan Ferrell’s car following the September crash in Charlotte, N.C. Ferrell was reportedly shot while seeking help after surviving the wreck.
5. The police statement on the incident said that Kerrick’s actions were “excessive.” He is free on $50,000 bond.
6. The grand jury is expected to hear the charges against Kerrick for a second time on Monday.
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