Liberty U Officer Won’t Face Charges in Fatal Shooting
Prosecutors will not file charges against a Liberty University emergency services officer who shot and killed a student last November.
LYNCHBURG, Va. – Prosecutors will not file charges against a Liberty University emergency services officer who shot and killed a student last November.
The incident occurred in a women’s dormitory, where Hathaway approached Mulberry, told him he had been mugged and then attacked the officer with a mallet.
The medical examiner tested Hathaway’s blood post but found no evidence that alcohol or other substances had been consumed.
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