BATH COUNTY, Va. (WUSA9) -- The Commonwealth's Attorney of Virginia has decided not to seek a criminal investigation in a Va. State Senator's son's death last November, officials said in a news release.
State Senator, Creigh Deeds, (D) Bath County, will not be investigated in his son's, Aaron Deeds's, death at his home at 26 Vineyard Drive, in Millboro, Va.
"I find no criminal involvement in this matter and , accordingly, decline to initiate a criminal investigation," John C. Singleton, the Bath County Commonwealth's Attorney, wrote in a statement on Wednesday.
On November 19, Deeds's son attacked him and stabbed him multiple times. Aaron Deeds then went back into the home and shot himself in the head, police said.
Deeds returned to work months later as a Virginia State Senator. He continues to introduce bills to prevent mental illness and depression.