GIBRALTAR (WWJ/AP) – No charges are planned following the April death of a Downriver man who was shocked with a police stun gun.

The decision from the Wayne County prosecutor’s office on Tuesday clears the officer in the death of 39-year-old David Kapuscinski, of Gibraltar.

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Kapuscinski was shocked after police responded to a call about a domestic assault on April 23 at an apartment complex on Gibraltar Road near West Jefferson Avenue.

When officers arrived on the scene they encountered Kapuscinski, who was described in reports as “out of control” and assaulting the victim. At that point, one of the officers deployed a Taser in an attempt to subdue Kapuscinski.

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Prosecutors Kapuscinski was shocked three times when he began to show signs of medical complications and was taken to a hospital, where he was pronounced dead.

Police had said “all department policies and procedures in this incident were followed and the officer’s use of force was justified.” An autopsy showed that Kapuscinski’s cause of death was cardiac dysrhythmia, also known as an irregular heartbeat.

The officer involved was placed on leave during the investigation.

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