The family of a man killed in a Martinsville police shooting is responding to the news that Officer Douglas Graham won't be charged.
After an investigation, state police say Graham was justified in shooting Donald Minter in April after he led police on a chase and pulled a knife on another officer.
David Minter says he doesn't blame the police for his brother's death.
Minter says his brother had struggled with schizophrenia, manic depression and bipolar disorder for years.
He says- he's just glad Donald didn't kill anyone.
Donald Minter is described as a "Jekyll and Hyde" in the report that clears Officer Douglas Graham.
Kind and peaceful when he was on his medication, and irrational and aggressive when he was not..
It was the aggressor, according to the report, who showed up around lunchtime on April 29th. According to the report- the 61-year-old pulled a knife on a grocery store clerk.