Release of police probe into teen's death reset for May 14

Release of police probe into teen's death reset for May 14
FILE - In this April 10, 2018 photo, a minivan is removed from the parking lot near the Seven Hills School campus in Cincinnati. Cincinnati officials expect to review a plan for improving the city's emergency center while police finish an internal investigation into the death of Kyle Plush who twice called 911 to report he was trapped in a minivan. The city's acting manager says he'll present City Council members Monday, April 30, with planned emergency center changes after the failed response to Plush's calls for help on April 10. (Cara Owsley/The Cincinnati Enquirer via AP, File)

CINCINNATI (AP) — Cincinnati officials have rescheduled the release of the Police Department’s investigation into what went wrong in its response to two 911 calls from a 16-year-old boy who died trapped inside a minivan.

The city’s vice mayor, Christopher Smitherman, said in a Tweet on Friday that the council’s law and safety committee he chairs will review the police report in a hearing May 14.

Hamilton County Prosecutor Joe Deters (DEE’turs) had blocked a planned presentation for this past Wednesday with a subpoena of police records.

Kyle Plush’s father found his body April 10 inside the vehicle in a parking lot near his school nearly six hours after Kyle’s first 911 call. A coroner said he died of asphyxiation from his chest getting compressed.

Deters’ office declined comment Friday on his investigation.