MOBILE, Ala. (WALA) - FOX10 continues to dig for information in a fatal shooting involving an Alabama State Trooper.
The Mobile County District Attorney's Office said officials with the Alabama Bureau of Investigation never showed up for a scheduled meeting on Monday July 1, to discuss the case.
Garett Chruma, 21, was shot and killed by an Alabama State Trooper after authorities say he led them on a short high-speed chase on Saturday, June 8.
Investigators said a foot pursuit followed. Authorities maintain that Chruma was armed, forcing them to open fire.
Many questions remain though. Investigators have yet to publicly identify the weapon Chruma was allegedly armed with, nor have investigators released where and how many times the 21-year-old was shot.
Chruma's family tells FOX10 they have yet to receive any information from law enforcement about his death, nearly one month later.
Multiple law enforcement sources said the trooper involved is on paid administrative leave.
In June, FOX10 exclusively obtained surveillance video from a nearby gas station that showed Chruma speaking with Troopers shortly before the incident.
ABI officials, who have remained tight-lipped about the case, arrived to pick up the video the following day.
The case remains under investigation.
Alabama State Troopers and the ABI is expected to hand their findings over to the DA's Office.
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