ANADARKO, OK (KSWO) -The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation has completed its investigation into Darius Robinson's death at the Caddo County Jail and it's been turned over to the Oklahoma multi-county grand jury.
Robinson's death was ruled a homicide by the State Medical Examiner's office in June. An autopsy revealed Robinson died of strangulation. The report said Robinson was handcuffed, pepper sprayed and put in a neck hold on the floor.
After becoming unresponsive, Robinson was taken to a hospital where he was pronounced dead.
According to a statement released by the Robinson family's attorney, the state's multi-county grand jury is considering charges. The family and their legal team say they are confident District Attorney Jason Hicks has sufficient evidence to return an indictment.