No charges for Addis reserve deputy connected to shooting of wife
WEST BATON ROUGE- A grand jury decided there was not enough evidence to formally charge an Addis reserve deputy in connection to the shooting of his wife.
According to investigators, 29-year-old Ivy Thibodeaux, a reserve officer for the Addis Police Department shot and killed his wife Emiley Gassie Thibodeaux while cleaning out his gun.
The incident happened back in February.
State Police took over the investigation the night of the shooting and have not released any further details about the findings of that investigation at the time of this post.
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