Sandy Hook Probe to Last Until Summer
Authorities looking to see if there's anybody they could charge with a crime
It may be June or later before authorities investigating last month's Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting decide whether they will pursue criminal charges in the massacre, which killed 27 people, including 20 young children.
Danbury State's Attorney Stephen J. Sedensky, who heads up the criminal investigation, said Thursday that "no such prosecution currently appears on the horizon."
But he added that "all leads need to be investigated and evidence examined before final decisions and statements are made."