A South Carolina coroner says a man who died after he was stunned by police officer was a homicide victim.
But multiple media outlets reported the Greenville County coroner's office says state investigators should decide if there was criminal wrongdoing in the death of 39-year-old Andrew Torres on Aug. 9.
Coroner Parks Evans says the mentally ill man died from an irregular heart beat as the result of having an enlarged heart, the physical strain of fighting with police and being stunned with Tasers.
Police Chief Terri Wilfong has said her officers followed proper procedures when they went to a home to take Torres into custody for involuntary psychiatric commitment. Three officers are on administrative duty.
Evans says the State Law Enforcement Division is investigating.