"I at least thought they should have been charged with something," she said. The DPP has been sought for comment. Links of London Charms coroner's inquest found the female driver bore no responsibility for the death and that the actions of the two police officers at the centre of the incident should be referred to the Links of London Earrings of Public Prosecutions to consider whether charges should be laid. State Coroner Michael Barnes told the inquest in July he could not accept the evidence of then senior constable Anthony Brett and Senior Constable Robert Ward that Andrew, who was drunk, acted aggressively towards them, warranting him being handcuffed on the street. He said the officers had made a "terrible Links of London Necklaces of judgment" in leaving the Ipswich teenager lying there. Police had stopped their unmarked patrol car on busy Albion Street with the headlights on, obscuring the view of the approaching car Links of London Rings struck Andrew.
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