VINELAND, N.J. (WPVI) --Two Vineland, New Jersey, police officers will not be charged in the death of a suspect while in custody.
The investigation into the controversial case, that sparked community outrage, has taken more than a year.
Officers tried taking 32-year-old Phillip White into custody on March 31, 2015.
A witness recorded the officers sic a K-9 on White, after he allegedly reached for an officer's gun during the struggle.
The state medical examiner says the police dog inflicted only superficial wounds, and ruled that White actually died from a PCP overdose.
A Cumberland County grand jury heard the evidence and has declined to indict the officers, finding their use of force justified.