Six months after a Hudson police officer shot and killed a Cleveland man during an attempted arrest, investigators with the Ohio Bureau of Criminal Investigation have turned over their findings.
“Investigating agents with the Ohio Bureau of Criminal Investigation met with prosecutors with our Special Prosecutions Section this morning to turn over their investigative findings in the Hudson officer-involved shooting case.” according to Jill Del Greco, public information officer with Attorney General Mike DeWine's office, said June 2. “Our prosecutors will now take time to examine the investigation and may request additional follow-up investigation by BCI after reviewing the investigative file.”
According to Del Greco, special prosecutors generally present all officer-involved shooting cases to a grand jury to decide whether or not charges are warranted.
“I cannot give any estimation on a timeline for presenting this case to a grand jury,” Del Greco said.
Doran was attempting to arrest 26-year-old Case Western Reserve University student Saif Nasser Mubarak Alameri of Cleveland Dec. 4, 2016 when a struggle ensued. Doran shot Mr. Alameri three times in the leg, once in the face and once in the head, according to the Summit County Medical Examiner's Office. Mr. Alameri died from the shot in the head and the shooting was ruled a homicide.
Doran, who has been with the department since 2004, has been on paid administrative leave since Dec. 4, according to Hudson Communication Manager Jody Roberts.