- Associated Press - Wednesday, April 27, 2016

LISBON, N.H. (AP) - A New Hampshire county prosecutor says a state trooper will not face criminal charges for the death of a skateboarder in a crash last summer.

A Sullivan County prosecutor’s investigation released Tuesday says there were no other witnesses to the July crash that killed 18-year-old Emily Clogston in Lisbon. Clogston died four days later.

The report says Troop F Commander Todd Landry, who was off duty, was heading home with his family. The family told police they saw Clogston as she hit the front of their pickup truck.

The investigation found that Landry hadn’t been drinking or distracted by a phone call.

Landry retired in August.

Clogston’s half brother says the family is unlikely to pursue further investigative action or file a civil lawsuit.

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