CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA (WWBT) - Virginia State Police has reportedly handed over its investigation into ABC agents' arrest of a University of Virginia student.
Now, prosecutors must review hundreds of pages of documents and decide whether criminal charges will be filed in connection with the arrest of Martese Johnson.
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The report was handed to Charlottesville Commonwealth Attorney David Chapman last week, according to NBC29. The NBC affiliate in Charlottesville reports the findings detail hours of interviews, including one with Martese Johnson conducted by Virginia State Police and reports from the ABC agents, University of Virginia and Charlottesville police officers who were at the scene.
Johnson's attorney tells NBC29 the ABC agents believed their client had a fake ID, but didn't believe he was drunk.
The 20-year-old's case was continued for two months in March while the State Police investigated whether the ABC agents did anything wrong on the night of St. Patrick's Day. Governor Terry McAuliffe ordered extra training for all ABC agents after photos of the bloodied student went viral on social media.
Management of the bar where Johnson was arrested outside have released a statement saying the student did not appear to be intoxicated and was polite after being turned away from the establishment.