The previous San Antonio law enforcement officer implicated of shooting 17-year-old driver Erik Cantu in October has actually been arraigned by a Bexar County grand jury, KSAT reports.
James Brennand, then a novice officer, fired numerous times at the unarmed teenager in a McDonald’s Parking lot onOct 2, leaving him seriously injured. Brennand was fired from the department 3 days later on and was consequently charged with 2 counts of exacerbated attack by a public servant.
An lawyer representing Brennand validated to KSAT on Thursday that the previous officer had actually been arraigned by a grand jury. However, he informed the station he was not sure whether the charges versus his customer had actually altered.
Cantu invested weeks on life assistance following the event and was just recently launched fromUniversity Hospital Brennand, who challenged Cantu due to the fact that he believed the youth averted him the night in the past, is out on a $200,000 bond.
Bexar County District Attorney Joe Gonzales will provide an upgrade concerning Brennand’s indictment at 4 p.m. Thursday.