No Charges Filed Against Deputy Who Shot, Killed Son

DELRAY BEACH, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — The investigation continues but Delray Beach Police say no charges have been filed against the off duty PBSO Deputy who shot and killed his son on Christmas Eve.

From Delray Beach Police:

On Christmas Eve there was a shooting that involved an Off Duty PBSO Deputy, Shatara K. Shatara. The shooting resulted in one person dead, the 21 year old son of the Deputy, Khamis Shatara. After the incident, Shatara K. Shatara was detained for questioning. Up to this point, the Deputy has not been arrested. Detectives are still investigating this case along with the State Attorney’s Office. This case is believed to be domestic related.

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