MSHP Investigation Into Fizer Killing Now Complete, Patrol Says
An investigation by the Missouri State Highway Patrol into the death of 25-year-old Hannah Renee Fizer is now complete, according to a tweet from MSHP troop A.
The results have been forwarded to Pettis County Prosecutor Phillip Sawyer for review, the tweet stated.
A Pettis County deputy is accused of fatally shooting Fizer during a traffic stop near Highway 50 and Winchester Drive on June 13. Fizer allegedly ran a stop light at Broadway and Thompson.
The Sheriff's Department immediately requested an investigation through the MSHP's Division of Drug & Crime Control.
There is no body cam or dash cam footage of the incident available. However, there was reportedly security camera footage from area businesses that was used in the investigation.
The deputy in question was placed on paid administrative leave since the fatal shooting occurred. He has worked for the department since 2007 and there have been no previous complaints registered against him, according to Pettis County Sheriff Kevin Bond.
There has been no official statement from Prosecutor Sawyer as of 6:30 Friday morning.