INDIANAPOLIS - The Marion County Prosecutor's Office says it won't be filing any charges against Tristan Crayton, the man arrested in the shootings of four people in Broad Ripple Aug. 2.
Instead, prosecutors say, the case will be turned over to a grand jury.
Crayton was arrested Aug. 2 after shooting four people: Andrew Allen, of Carmel; Gabriel Daniels, of Filmore; Raymond Williams, of Indianapolis; and Samuel Wade.
Crayton told police he shot Allen, Daniels and Filmore after they confronted him and a friend attempting to get into their car following an argument at RA Niteclub.
Police said Wade was struck by a stray bullet and was not part of the fight.
All four men were hospitalized with non-threatening injuries, according to police.
Crayton has a lifetime permit to carry a handgun, authorities said.
Crayton was released from custody Wednesday afternoon. No date has been given for when a grand jury will hear his case.