(WXYZ) — A jury has cleared a federal agent of any wrongdoing in the shooting death of Terrance Kellom.
The verdict was announced Nov. 4, following a two-week civil trial.
It took jurors less than three hours to deliberate, finding no wrongdoing by ICE Agent Mitchell Quinn.
The eight-member jury found that Quinn, a member of the Detroit Fugitive Apprehension Team ("DFAT"), acted in self defense and did not violate Kellom's constitutional rights on April 27, 2015 when Kellom attacked him with a hammer during an attempted arrest for an armed robbery, according to evidence presented at trial.
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"While the loss of life in this case was tragic, the evidence clearly established that Agent Quinn acted in self-defense,” said United States Attorney Matthew Schneider. “We are thankful that the jury carefully reviewed the evidence and agreed.”