Police officers will not be prosecuted over Aston McLean Williams death

Aston McLean Williams
Aston McLean Williams

source: Get Reading
published: 6 September 2016

Two police officers involved in the fatal crash in which 27-year-old father Aston McLean Williams died are to face gross misconduct hearings.

Mr McLean Williams died on August 6, 2014, in Wokingham Road, East Reading after police were called to reports of a burglary in Eastern Avenue in the early hours. Mr McLean Williams died at the scene after a collision with the police car.

The Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC) has now been informed by the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) it will not be bringing criminal charges against the two police officers involved in the fatal collision.

A statement from the IPCC says: “Thames Valley Police has agreed to the findings of the IPCC investigator who recommended the two officers, a police constable who was driving the police car and a second constable who was in close proximity to Mr McLean Williams, face gross misconduct hearings.

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