IMPD, prosecutor discuss deadly officer-involved shooting

Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department and the Marion County prosecutor on July 7, 2017, discuss a recent police-action shooting. (WISH Photo)

INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — City police and the Marion County prosecutor met with members of the community Friday.

They said the reason was to be more transparent about a recent deadly police shooting.

Members of the community grilled IMPD representatives, including Chief Bryan Roach, during the meeting. The Greater Indianapolis Progress Committee was the group behind the meeting.

A pair of IMPD officers are on administrative leave following the shooting. They opened fire on a driver who took off after they pulled him over.

The driver was 45-year-old Aaron Bailey. A gun was never found in the car. An investigation continues.

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