State and federal prosecutors in Idaho say there is insufficient evidence to convict the two Adams County sheriff’s deputies involved in the fatal shooting Nov. 1 of rancher Jack Yantis on the highway in front of his ranch.

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Wasden on Yantis shooting: "Something went tragically wrong."

Idaho Attorney General Lawrence Wasden said there is insufficient evidence to convict the two Adams County sheriff’s deputies involved in the fatal shooting of Yantis on Nov. 1. 2015 on the highway in front of his ranch north of Council. Still, he said, "Something went tragically wrong."
Katherine Jones kjones@idahostatesman.com
Wasden on Yantis shooting: 1:20

Wasden on Yantis shooting: "Something went tragically wrong."

Five chaotic minutes before the shooting of Jack Yantis 4:56

Five chaotic minutes before the shooting of Jack Yantis

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Adams County sheriff on no charges from shooting for his deputies 3:03

Adams County sheriff on no charges from shooting for his deputies

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