A pair of Bryan police officers will not be tried for shooting at a teen over Labor Day weekend.
A Brazos County grand jury no-billed the officers, meaning there was not enough evidence to warrant holding the officers for trial.
The pair was investigated after they shot at a 16-year-old last month during a traffic stop.
Officers stopped the car the teen was riding with another person at Mockingbird Drive and Hickory in West Bryan.
During the stop the 16-year-old discharged a firearm inside the car causing officers to return fire.
Following the incident the officers were placed on mandatory paid administrative leave.
The grand jury concluded no further action would be taken against the officers.
The investigation against the two suspects involved in the case continues.
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