RICHFIELD, Ohio (AP) -- Ohio's attorney general has completed an outside investigation of a Cleveland police chase that ended with 13 officers firing 137 rounds, killing two people.
Attorney General Mike DeWine's office says he will report findings Tuesday at the state crime laboratory in Richfield.
Recent final autopsy results show there was cocaine in the blood of the driver and his passenger. The driver was shot 23 times, the passenger 24 times.
Some community leaders called the Nov. 29 shootings a racially motivated execution. The police union says the shootings were justified because the driver tried to ram an officer.
Some officers also thought the two were armed, but no weapon was found. It's unclear why the driver didn't stop.
About 61 officers and 30 patrol cars were involved in the 25-minute chase.