Clayton Detective Lt. Don Bass said they have found no evidence Schweich was the target of bullying, threats or blackmail.
The Missouri Supreme Court, in a 4-3 ruling, declined to intervene Saturday. The court’s majority concluded there was no evidence that Clayton despite his brain injury isn’t capable of understanding his circumstances.
Clayton Police Chief Kevin Murphy says while Schweich left no suicide note “on paper” at his Clayton home, detectives continue to search his electronic devices for any possible note or explanation into the shooting.
His spokesman Spence Jackson says the service will be held at the Church of St. Michael and St. George, an episcopal church where Schweich was a member.
St. Louis County Police Chief Jon Belmar was among those being saluted by members of the public
Police are investigating a fatal, officer-involved shooting in Berkeley.
Tuesday morning brought another phase of the protest in the wake of the Ferguson grand jury decision.
St. Louis County Prosecutor Bob McCulloch will be in the courtroom alone, KMOX News is told, when the announcement is made.
The New York Times is reporting Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson quietly got married last month to a fellow Ferguson police officer.
Ferguson October events began Friday in Clayton