Eros Berisaj, 15, was shot to death during an attempted home invasion. The case was presented to the grand jury, which issued a “no true bill,” declining to charge McGuire. In response, Berisaj’s family said they still had questions about what happened to the teen, while McGuire’s attorney said his client will now be able to move on with his life. According to the police investigation, McGuire was sleeping in his home when he heard a banging and then glass breaking on his rear door. McGuire told police as he went to the back door he could see an arm coming through the glass, attempting to open the door, firing several shots. Immediately after the shooting, McGuire called police and reported the incident. While being questioned by the 911 dispatcher, it took several minutes before McGuire realized the person he had shot was a juvenile, according to the 911 recording