A grand jury will soon determine if deputies involved in a raid that injured a toddler could face criminal charges.
In May, 19-month-old Bounkham Phonesavanh was critically burned during a SWAT raid at the home where his family was staying. Their home in Wisconsin recently burned down, prompting their trip to Georgia to stay with family.
The family says officers threw a flash bang grenade into the home while serving a no-knock warrant in the middle of the night, critically injuring the child.
The Habersham County sheriff says an informant purchased drugs at the front door of the home the day before the raid, and told officers there was no indication of children inside the home.
The Mountain View District Attorney announced Tuesday morning he will present the results of an independent investigation into the botched raid to a grand jury September 29. Twenty-three citizen will now hear all the evidence into the circumstances of what happened that day.