TBI investigation into alleged body-cavity search by Hamilton County deputies back in district attorney's hands

This screenshot from dashcam footage provided by the Office of District Attorney General Neal Pinkston shows the arrest of a man and woman who were pulled over Wednesday in the Soddy-Daisy area.

UPDATE: Hamilton County District Attorney Neal Pinkston said on Tuesday that his office is "beginning a detailed review of the independent investigative factual findings and how these findings relate to current state law defining criminal behavior."

It's not clear when the review will be complete, but an update may be provided within the next 30 days.

Once Pinkston's office has reviewed the case, they will either present it to a grand jury for potential indictment of the two involved deputies, or the case could be closed without charges. If presented to a grand jury, the jury could also decline to indict if it feels there is not enough evidence.

Original story:

The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation has finished its investigation into an alleged body-cavity search by Hamilton County sheriff's deputies and turned its findings over to the district attorney's office for review.

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