Inquest Finds No Wrongdoing in Stun Gun Death
A jury in a coroner’s inquest in the death of a 41-year-old man has found no wrongdoing by officers who used stun guns to subdue him.
Roger Chandler died last August, shortly after officers shocked him with stun guns. Lewis and Clark County sheriff’s officials have said Chandler was combative with officers who were responding to a report of a man acting violently in a Helena home.
The Independent Record reports a jury decided Wednesday that there was no criminal wrongdoing by the officers.