This afternoon, Bexar County District Attorney Joe Gonzales and two of his senior staff met with the family of Marquise Jones to discuss the additional review of the officer-involved shooting that resulted in Mr. Jones’ death. The family was informed that this office would not re-present the case to a new Grand Jury.
The two senior staff members are Assistant District Attorney Daryl Harris (recently announced as the head of the Civil Rights Division) and Jamissa Jarmon (Chief of the Misdemeanor Section) spent more than three months reviewing the case. Harris and Jarmon were present for the meeting with the Jones Family. Their findings are in this memo and serve as the only comment the Bexar County District Attorney’s Office will make on this case, which is now considered closed.
All memos from the Civil Rights Division will be posted on its webpage.