A Tarrant County grand jury declined to indict a former Arlington police officer accused of shooting and killing a 19-year-old at a car dealership in 2015.
Former Arlington officer Brad Miller, 49, was accused of following Christian Taylor, 19, into the dealership where he shot the Angelo State football player four times.
Before the confrontation, video from the Arlington dealership showed Taylor acting erratically, jumping on cars and later busting through the gate into the parking lot.
Miller was fired by Arlington Police Chief Will Johnson days after the shooting. Miller’s case went before a Tarrant County grand jury starting last week.
An autopsy showed Taylor had drugs in his system at the time of the shooting.
Arlington police finished their investigation into the shooting and sent their findings to the district attorney. That’s part of what the grand jury was believed to have examined.