'i Just Want Truth': Questions Raised About Redacted Report In Police Shooting Death Of Fanta Bility (Latest News)

Even though it has been almost a year since Sharon Hill police killed 8-year-old Fanta Bility, residents of the neighborhood claim they still don't know anymore.

Fanta's mother, Tenneh Kromah, spoke about her daughter's passing during a press conference held by the Darby Area NAACP on Tuesday morning.

She replied softly, "I want to thank everyone for helping me and my family. "I just want Sharon Hill to tell the truth, and I want justice for my daughter."

As the game ended, three officers—Brian Devaney, Sean Dolan, and Devon Smith—fired their weapons in response to a shooting they heard nearby that had nothing to do with the football game.

The nine-month investigation into what happened was sparked by the fatal decision to fire into the crowd. The borough engaged a private council to look into what transpired.

"We learned that the report was completed in June. We weren't reported until July, "said Sheila A. Carter, president of the Darby Area NAACP.

The NAACP president announced that she would submit a request to learn how much the probe cost the Borough. The Borough stated that recommendations for police policy are currently under development. There is no schedule for the release of "them."