Eyewitness News has learned that all Tallahassee Police officers involved in a drug operation that ended in the death of a confidential informant are still on the job.
TPD spokesman Dave McCranie says the officers involved in the Rachel Hoffman investigation will remain on duty pending the outcome of the Attorney General's review of the case.
Earlier this week Police Chief Dennis Jones and City Manager Anita Favors Thompson called upon the Attorney General to examine the events leading to Hoffman's death.
23-year-old Hoffman was a TPD informant before her body was found May 9th in Taylor County.
The Florida Department of Law Enforcement is leading the investigation.
Officer Dave McCranie with the Tallahassee Police Department said,
"It's just going to take some time. There's no way to quantify exactly how long. But we are all hopeful that we can have this resolved as soon as possible, especially for Rachel's family."
25-year-old Andrea Green and 23-year-old Deneilo Bradshaw are in custody but are not yet charged with Hoffman's murder.
The Attorney General's review will look at if TPD followed protocol during that drug operation.
McCranie says the investigators will continue to work until that review is finished, then they'll go from there depending on the Attorney General's decision.