(Fargo, ND) -- The North Dakota Attorney General's Office is reviewing evidence in the deadly shooting by a Fargo police officer in early July.
Shane Netterville was shot on July 8th after officers responded to the 15-hundred block of 34th Street South after three men appeared to be dead inside a van in a garage. Court documents say Netterville drove the van at the officers and was fired at by Adam O'Brien. Netterville died later at the hospital.
O'Brien, who remains on paid administrative leave pending the Attorney General and North Dakota BCI's review, is an eleven-year veteran of the Fargo Police Department.