"After reviewing the evidence presented, the February 2014 Grand Jury, by majority vote, has determined the use of deadly force by the officer involved was not authorized," the findings, filed Tuesday, state.
In an emailed statement, Greene said her office will "seek additional evidence to determine what, if any, criminal violations may have occurred as a part of this case and will submit those findings for potential action by a future Grand Jury."
Gatny previously worked for the Bartow County Sheriff's Office, but later resigned, Channel 2 previously reported. She was terminated by the Acworth Police Department after 10 years on the force due to exhausting her Family and Medical Leave entitlement.
While Euharlee Mayor Dennis Thayer was disappointed with the grand jury's findings, he said Wednesday that the city and the police department would continue to cooperate with the Bartow County District Attorney's Office and any subsequent investigation.
"The Euharlee Police Department is a professional organization and has responded to this incident ... with complete transparency," he said in the statement. "We have full confidence in the justice system and its ability to provide an unbiased decision based upon the findings of the investigation and facts of the case."