Waco (FOX 44/KWKT) — UPDATE: A Grand Jury has exonerated a man involved in a shooting at a Waco hotel last July.

Waco Police said on November 9 that this incident was referred to the Grand Jury. After reviewing all evidence associated with this investigation, the shooter was no billed.

Police originally arrived on scene at Waco’s Hotel Indigo, located in the 200 block of Clay Avenue, just after 3:15 a.m. on July 15. Officers found one man with a gunshot wound. An ambulance took him to a hospital, where he later died. The name of the victim has not been released.

Police say the shooting happened after a second man heard screaming for help in a hallway. The individual approached the room where an altercation was happening between three women and one man. As the second man was trying to help, the original aggressor became angry toward the man and started to attack him. The man fired one round, striking the original aggressor.

Officers have not made any arrests, but they believe this is an isolated incident. They do not think the public is in any danger.

Officers interviewed all individuals involved. All individuals involved were hotel guests. One of the women sustained minor injuries.