Cuyahoga County Prosecutor Bill Mason said an investigation into how involving a Strongsville family April 11 was handled has determined Brooklyn police acted properly.
The investigation was done by the Ohio Attorney General’s Bureau of Criminal Investigation.
All four members of as a result of the incident.
Kevin Allen, 51, walked into the restaurant and shot his wife, Kate, 42, and daughters Kayla, 10, and Kerri, 9. Kate and Kerri died at the scene.
Brooklyn police shot and killed Kevin Allen as he left the restaurant brandishing a loaded shotgun.
Mason said the officers were found to have followed protocol throughout the incident.
“After reviewing the facts surrounding this tragic case, my office found that the officers' actions throughout this incident were appropriate," Mason said in a news release.
Kate Allen had told her husband she was leaving him. She called police after she saw him circling around the restaurant in his truck.
Police arrived just as Kevin Allen was entering the restaurant, where he shot Kate at their table and chased the girls into a restroom, shooting one in the head and the other in the stomach.
Brooklyn police shot Kevn Allen as he left the restaurant.