The Texas Rangers completed the investigation concerning the death of Curtis Shelley on Thursday.
According to the Bell County District Attorney, they are in the process of gathering additional information concerning the investigation from the Texas Rangers. When this is completed, it will be submitted to a Bell County Grand Jury for review and consideration.
The Texas Rangers were handling the shooting case where Shelley died from a gunshot wound after he had gotten into an argument with another man in 2017. It was discovered during the investigation that one of the parties involved is related to a Killeen Police Department employee.
Killeen police spokesperson Ofelia Miramontez said they were called to the 1000 block of Cedar Drive around 2:10 p.m. in reference to a shooting victim.
When officers arrived on scene they found 27-year-old Curtis Shelley with a gunshot wound. He was rushed to the hospital in critical condition. On Nov. 13, he died of his injuries.
Police said the Shelley and another male were involved in a verbal altercation when Shelley was shot.
Killeen police have someone in custody but have not released a name. No charges have been filed.
The Killeen Police Department said that in order to show transparency they asked they Rangers to review and assist in the investigation.
A Gofundme has been created to help the family with the expenses.
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