Two binders of information have been turned over to a district attorney’s office in the investigation of the death of a woman on the set of the movie Rust.
Prosecutors get Baldwin movie probe info
A sheriff’s department has submitted its investigative findings to prosecutors in the death of a cinematographer shot and killed by Alec Baldwin on a film set in New Mexico last year.
Santa Fe Sheriff’s Office spokesman Juan Ríos on Thursday said two binders of information were turned over to the Santa Fe-based district attorney’s office, without setting forth any recommendations about possible criminal charges.
He said the case file outlines all the evidence collected, including investigative interviews and forensic analysis of physical evidence by the FBI.
District Attorney Mary Carmack-Altwies said through a spokeswoman that investigators and prosecutors will now begin a thorough review to make a timely decision about whether to bring charges, without mention of specific deadlines.