Soon after the December tragedy, State Police said the report about the investigation was likely going to be completed in the summer. Then Governor Malloy raised questions about the length of time it was taking to issue a report given that troopers and others were discussing the case at police workshops and conferences.
On Tuesday Danbury State's Attorney Stephen Sedensky, Chief State's Attorney Kevin Kane and the Governor's Chief of Staff met about the investigation. Sedensky is expecting to release the report in the fall.
He said the timing of the report is well within what would be expected from the scale of the investigation.
In an emailed statement, the officials said the victims' families have been a priority throughout the investigation and are spoken with regularly by the State Police and the State’s Attorney and will continue to be.