TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTHI) - Federal charges will be filed against six people who were involved in the shooting death of Terre Haute Police Officer Brent Long.
No names have been released yet but the six have been indicted for their actions on the day Ofc. Long died.
Long was shot and killed on July 11th while helping serve a warrant.
The suspected shooter, Shawn Seeley, also died that day.
Several people have been charged locally in connection with Ofc. Long's death.
A press conference is planned for Thursday morning.
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