WEST ALLIS, WI (WTAQ) - Police in suburban Milwaukee released video and other records Wednesday about the death of 16-year-old Corey Stingley, resulting from an incident at a store in West Allis.
The documents came out after Milwaukee County District Attorney John Chisholm decided not to file charges in the case.
Stingley was restrained by three customers after he allegedly tried to steal alcohol from V.J.'s Food Mart. He died two weeks later.
Chisholm said a long John Doe investigation took place -- and there was not enough evidence to show that the customers created a risk of great bodily harm to Stingley.
The teen's father wanted the three customers charged in the death, and community groups have rallied around the victim's family.
The video showed a store clerk confronting Stingley about the alleged shoplifting. Most of the scuffle occurred outside of camera range.
(Story courtesy of Wheeler News Service)