Kent killing ruled as self defense

KENT — The suspect in a December 2017 homicide will not face any charges, according to State’s Attorney David Shepack.

According to various reports, on Dec. 1 Andre Edness, 32, was shot and killed at his home on Kent Cornwall Road in Kent by Hunter Chatfield.

Chatfield admitted that he shot and killed Edness, but said it was done in self defense.

In an interview with The Lakeville Journal, Shepack said that the State Police conducted an investigation and that Chatfield had a “legal and viable defense of self defense.”

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