(Fargo, ND) -- There will be no further review of the deadly officer-involved shooting of Shane Netterville in Fargo.
The Fargo Police Advisory and Oversight Board decided Thursday night that no external review is necessary. Some board members as well as the Human Rights Commission have been asking for an outside investigation for several months.
Fargo Police released their investigative report involving the shooting from July 8th after North Dakota Attorney General Drew Wrigley released his own findings that Officer Adam O'Brien was justified in his reaction to Netterville, who attempted to hit him with a van during the altercation.
You can find Wrigley's decision on the officer-involved incident here.