(Minneapolis, MN) — New details are coming out about an investigation into the shooting death of Ricky Cobb II by a Minnesota State Patrol trooper. The Bureau of Criminal Apprehension submitted its findings to the Hennepin County Attorney’s Office today. Hennepin County Attorney Mary Moriarty says she’ll work quickly to decide whether or not to pursue criminal charges against the officers involved in the shooting. Moriarty also said she was disappointed to learn that some state patrol employees have refused to corporate with the BCA. Ricky Cobb II was fatally shot in Minneapolis in July after resisting officers and driving off when told to get out of his car.