No charges for off-duty cop who killed teen

Rey Garza approached a "suspicious" car while wearing plain clothes, gun drawn, and allegedly without identifying himself as a cop. What happened to the teen driver is depressingly predictable.

When he approached, Garza said the driver threw the car in reverse and hit him, so he opened fire. But a woman with Santellana told Eyewitness News Garza never identified himself as an officer when he approached with a gun. Thinking they were being robbed, they took off.

Garza was placed on administrative leave. Santellana's family called for justice.

Now, 9 months later, both have had their day in court and a grand jury found there wasn't enough evidence to indict Garza.

Garza "received no injuries requiring medical attention," according to Harris County Sheriff's detectives.