TROY, Ohio (WDTN) - Two Troy police officers are back at work following an August shooting incident.
The Troy Police Department confirms that Officers Zach Mumford and Matt Mosier have been cleared of any wrongdoing.
They responded the night of August 20 to an apartment complex on Staunton Commons Drive to investigate a domestic disturbance. Investigators say they were confronted by a man waving a gun and were forced to open fire.
Al Pickett, 52, was killed in the exchange.
Both officers were placed on paid administrative leave immediately after the incident.
A police spokesperson told 2 NEWS the ruling is the outcome the department expected.
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