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The Prince George's County Police Department's inspector general said it's likely the case of a District Heights police officer who shot a handcuffed man in the back as he fled from the officer's custody will go before a grand jury.
"You always want to get as much transparency in the process as you can," Mr. Acosta said. "You want the public to know what's going on because it helps your credibility."
As part of their investigation, county police are seeking out witnesses to the shooting and looking into whether the police cruiser has a camera that captured the incident, Mr. Acosta said.