The Maricopa County Medical Examiner's Office today will issue its official ruling in the October 2010 shooting death of Phoenix Sergeant Sean Drenth.
As we reported last night, the ME's Office has ruled that the death was a suicide -- despite multiple lingering questions about the shooting.
The Phoenix Police Department doesn't seem entirely sold on the idea that Drenth took his own life -- the P.P.D. will continue to consider the case a "death unknown," and is leaving the case open.
"Because there are still several unanswered questions from the scene...unexplained DNA, unexplained shoe prints, location of firearms, the original police report will remain titled a 'death unknown' until these questions are satisfactorily explained to our investigators," Phoenix Sergeant Trent Crump said at a media briefing last night.
Get all the bizarre details of Drenth's death here.
Drenth's family rejects the idea that he killed himself, telling various media outlets the sergeant had no reason to kill himself.
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"There's a cop killer out there," Diane Drenth, Sean's mother, told ABC15 in a September interview.
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