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Probe continues into actions leading up to Brentwood police officer's death
Associate Attorney General Jane Young speaks during a press conference on Tuesday near the home where Brentwood police Officer Stephen Arkell was fatally shot. (JAMES A. KIMBLE)
A news briefing is set for Monday at 5 p.m. at the Brentwood Fire Department. Young said further details about what happened last Monday will be provided at that time.
Asked if the fire and explosion that destroyed the Nolan home after the shooting could have been caused by a gas or propane explosion, Young said nothing has been ruled in or out. She said other homes in the neighborhood do use propane for heating and appliances.
"A lot of times when you do these investigations, you have a scene that you can re-create, and you can look at bullet holes and try to determine trajectory," she said. "That's very difficult when you have no scene left."
Investigators from the state police major crime unit and fire marshal's office have been getting assistance from other agencies, including the federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives and the FBI, Young said, adding she even got a call from the Secret Service offering help.
Young praised "the level of cooperation between the community and law enforcement to band together to try to get some answers for this (Brentwood police) department and this family."
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