Ohio man mistakes teen son for intruder, kills him

No charges will be filed against the father who shot and killed his 14-year-old son Tuesday at their residence on Blanchard Street in Price Hill, Hamilton County Prosecutor Joseph T. Deters announced Wednesday.

As he was investigating the noise, the father opened a door in the basement and was startled when he saw Georta, the news station reported.

Cincinnati Police Sgt. Joe Briede says the father heard a noise inside the home and he retrieved a handgun.

The boy was transported to Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center, where he died.

Cincinnati Police Lt. Steve Saunders said officers were interviewing the father, whose name was not released, and he has been cooperative.

The teen lived in the home with his 73-year-old father, neighbors said. He then immediately called 911.

Police say they believe the SUV crashed into several parked cars after Burton was shot.

Witnesses said that shortly after the shooting, the father was standing on his home's front porch with a blank stare on his face.

FILE - In this file photo taken September 9, 2015, Cincinnati Police Chief Eliot Isaac listens during a City Council meeting in Cincinnati.

Cincinnati has made reducing gun violence a top priority for 2016.

Isaac said those who have guns in their homes should get training and make sure they keep them secured.

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