DASHCAM: No Charges Filed for Fatal OIS

October 28, 2015

Seneca Police Lt. Mark Tiller shot and killed Zachary Hammond, 19, of Seneca, S.C., in an attempted marijuana bust July 26 in a fast-food parking lot. The officer said he shot Hammond because he feared the teenager was trying to run over him with his car.

10th Judicial Circuit Solicitor Chrissy Adams said Lt. Tiller will not face charges.

“After careful consideration of the facts of the case, a thorough review of the state investigation and an extensive review of all applicable law, I have determined that no criminal charges should be filed against Lt. Mark Tiller at the state level,” Adams said in a statement.

The second dashcam shows the aftermath of the incident and attempt to revive Zachary Hammond

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