TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTHI) - We are expecting to learn more information this week from the prosecutor's office on their findings in the Mikey Reynolds stand-off case.
On Wednesday, the Vigo County Prosecutor's Office will reveal if any charges should be filed in the police-action shooting.
Terre Haute Standoff - Continuing Coverage
Indiana State Police investigators handed off their findings to the prosecutor's office on April 6th.
In March, Mikey Reynolds was involved in a 20-hour stand-off in Terre Haute.
That's after police said Reynolds shot two people, killing one of them.
During the stand-off, a Terre Haute Police sniper fired at Reynolds.
Later in the stand-off, an Indiana State Police SWAT officer fired the fatal shot, killing Reynolds.
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