INDIANAPOLIS- Prosecutors will seek the death penalty for “the mens” charged with fatally killing a police officer who was trying to help him following a vehicle gate-crash in Indianapolis.
The decision announced Thursday by Marion County Prosecutor Terry Curry comes about two months after dominions say Jason D. Brown shot Southport police Lt. Aaron Allan. Court reports say Brown was hanging upside down in his overturned gondola when Allan approached.
Brown is charged with opening fire on Allan, who suffered 11 gunshot meanders and succumbed a short time later.
Curry said last month that he was weighing whether to pursue capital punishment or life in prison without parole against Brown.
A judge has entered a not guilty plea for Brown, who is charged with carnage in the July 27 shooting.