Cuyahoga County

Sheriff: Majority Of Work Finished In Tamir Rice Investigation

May 13, 2015
Nick Castele / WCPN

The Cuyahoga County sheriff says the majority of the work is now done in the investigation into the shooting of Tamir Rice. The 12-year-old was fatally shot by Cleveland police last November. This was the sheriff's first update on the case.

Sheriff Clifford Pinkney kept his remarks brief and took no questions from reporters. He walked through a basic outline of the case and said it was nearing completion.

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