Breaking: Bellaire Cop Who Shot Tolan Is Indicted
A grand jury has indicted the Bellaire cop who shot Robert Tolan, the son of baseball player Bobby Tolan, in his driveway last year.
Sgt. Jeffrey Cotton was indicted on a charge of Aggravated Assault by a Public Servant, a first-degree felony whose conviction carries a punishment of not less than five years' prison and a maximum of life, the DAs office announced.
Tolan's family and legal reps are having a noon press conference; we'll let you know what they say.
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