Charges not filed in Molly Young case

The special prosecutor assigned to review the shooting death of Molly Young will not pursue charges at this time.

Young was found shot to death inside her then boyfriend’s Carbondale, Illinois apartment in March 2012.

A coroner’s inquest later that year could not reveal whether Young was murdered or if she committed suicide.

The special prosecutor concluded “although this was a tragic end to a young lady’s life, there is simply insufficient evidence at this time to charge anyone as accountable for a murder.”

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