The Lafayette police officer involved in the shooting of Tevin Lewis back in September will not be charged.
Grand Jurors determined that there was no evidence of a criminal act.
Lewis was allegedly shot after officers went to Soulier St. looking for someone who had a warrant for their arrest.
Officers claimed that Lewis pulled a gun out on them even though he wasn’t wanted.
He was charged resisting an officer, illegal carrying of a weapon and possession of a firearm.