A grand jury in St. Louis County could reportedly begin hearing evidence in the Michael Brown case on Wednesday.
The jury would decide whether to indict police officer Darren Wilson, who shot and killed Brown in Ferguson, Mo., last week.
NEW: Grand jury could begin hearing evidence in Michael Brown case on Wednesday, county prosecutor spokesman tells @ABC News.
— Micah Grimes (@MicahGrimes) August 18, 2014
St. Louis Co. grand jury could hear testimony as soon as Wednesday. GJ will decide whether to indict #Ferguson Ofc Darren Wilson.
— Victor Blackwell CNN (@VictorCNN) August 18, 2014
The local police have yet to reveal much of the findings from their investigation into the death of Michael Brown. Last week, the police released a video that allegedly shows Brown robbing a convenience store.
An independent autopsy requested by Brown’s family found that the teen was shot at least six times. A source familiar with the county’s investigation told the Washington Post that Brown was shot multiple times.