The investigation into how Bobbi Kristina Brown came to be unconscious in her bath tub has been a criminal probe from the start, Roswell, Georgia, Police Chief Rusty Grant tells RadarOnline.com exclusively. Could criminal charges be imminent?
"The incident has always been under criminal investigation and has not been reclassified as a criminal investigation," Chief Grant said in a statement to Radar Wednesday. "Criminal investigations may or may not result in criminal charges being brought against individuals."
The chief said he would not elaborate because it was "an active investigation."
Gordon told police that bruises on Brown's body were caused by his CPR efforts, according to a friend of Gordon's.
Fulton County emergency dispatch records made public Wednesday reveal a 911 call from a security guard at Brown's gated community reporting that people were "hitting each other and swinging" at one another outside the home a week before Brown was found face down in a bathtub. The guard did not provide any details of the reported exchange or how many individuals were involved.
A lawyers for Max Lomas, a friend who was also in Brown's suburban Atlanta town home on the morning of January 31, told Radar he was meeting with prosecutors this week to discuss his client's participation in the investigation. Lomas stopped talking to investigators after several interviews last week, and hired a criminal lawyer.
Attorney John Petrey told Radar that he instructed Lomas to stop speaking to police until the meeting with prosecutors. The Fulton County district attorney could grant immunity in exchange for witness testimony. Police have not named Lomas as a suspect, and there is no indication he was involved in any wrongdoing.