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The court acquitted the Indian-origin police officer in America on the charge of murdering a woman

  America: A Texas court in America has acquitted a former police officer of Indian origin accused of reckless firing in the case of killing a woman. The policeman had fired at the woman's dog while he was chasing her, but the bullet accidentally hit the woman and killed her. The police officer, identified as Ravinder Singh, was on trial for the murder of 30-year-old Maggie Brooks. He went to Brooks for a welfare check during that time. The Tarrant County Criminal Court of Texas attorney's office released a statement Monday after the jury's verdict, saying the case is sent to a grand jury whenever a citizen dies as a result of officer-involved misconduct. should go The district attorney's office said: "The jury saw facts related to the 2019 killing of Brooks. He examined the testimonies and evidence in connection with the case and found that Ravinder was not guilty. Bodycam footage released by Arlington police in August 2019 shows police receiving a report of a woman unconscious in an open field near a shopping center when Singh arrived to investigate.