POCATELLO, Idaho (AP) — A county prosecutor has cleared three Idaho State Police detectives of wrongdoing in a March 2017 shooting of a woman in southeast Idaho.

The Idaho State Journal reports Minidoka County Prosecutor Lance Stevenson cleared the detectives Tuesday after conducting an investigation into the shooting of 21-year-old Shaylee Williamson, who survived the encounter in Pocatello.

State police say Williamson was a passenger in the vehicle that 25-year-old Rocco Chacon was driving. Chacon, who was wanted on felony warrants, was attempting to flee from police and hit a detective with the car.

State police say the detectives then opened fire on the vehicle, striking Williamson by accident.

Chacon was arrested on multiple felony charges. Williamson was not charged.

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Information from: Idaho State Journal, http://www.journalnet.com