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Report on shooting of unarmed 19-year-old in Madison due to prosecutor in 2 weeks

  • Protesters hold signs during a protest of the killing of an unarmed biracial man by a Madison police officer Wednesday, March 11, 2015, in Madison, Wis. Hundreds of people protesting the shooting of an unarmed biracial man by a white police officer linked arms and blocked traffic for nearly an hour Wednesday, but otherwise maintained the peaceful demonstrations called for by the man's family. (AP Photo/Carrie Antlfinger)

    Protesters hold signs during a protest of the killing of an unarmed biracial man by a Madison police officer Wednesday, March 11, 2015, in Madison, Wis. Hundreds of people protesting the shooting of an unarmed biracial man by a white police officer linked arms and blocked traffic for nearly an hour Wednesday, but otherwise maintained the peaceful demonstrations called for by the man's family. (AP Photo/Carrie Antlfinger)  (The Associated Press)

  • Children walk together behind police officers during a march protesting the police killing of Tony Robinson to the Governor's Mansion in Maple Bluff, Wis., Wednesday, March 11, 2015. Hundreds of people protesting the shooting of an unarmed biracial man by a white police officer linked arms and blocked traffic for nearly an hour Wednesday, but otherwise maintained the peaceful demonstrations called for by the man's family. (AP Photo/Wisconsin State Journal, Michael P. King)

    Children walk together behind police officers during a march protesting the police killing of Tony Robinson to the Governor's Mansion in Maple Bluff, Wis., Wednesday, March 11, 2015. Hundreds of people protesting the shooting of an unarmed biracial man by a white police officer linked arms and blocked traffic for nearly an hour Wednesday, but otherwise maintained the peaceful demonstrations called for by the man's family. (AP Photo/Wisconsin State Journal, Michael P. King)  (The Associated Press)

  • Kaighte Brower and her daughters, Riley, 11, left, and Tyler, 13, right, hold signs supporting law enforcement personnel during a pro-police rally on the steps of the state Capitol in Madison, Wis., Wednesday, March 11, 2015. Hundreds of people protesting the shooting of an unarmed biracial man by a white police officer linked arms and blocked traffic for nearly an hour Wednesday, but otherwise maintained the peaceful demonstrations called for by the man's family.  (AP Photo/Wisconsin State Journal, John Hart)

    Kaighte Brower and her daughters, Riley, 11, left, and Tyler, 13, right, hold signs supporting law enforcement personnel during a pro-police rally on the steps of the state Capitol in Madison, Wis., Wednesday, March 11, 2015. Hundreds of people protesting the shooting of an unarmed biracial man by a white police officer linked arms and blocked traffic for nearly an hour Wednesday, but otherwise maintained the peaceful demonstrations called for by the man's family. (AP Photo/Wisconsin State Journal, John Hart)  (The Associated Press)

Wisconsin's attorney general says a report on the shooting of an unarmed 19-year-old man by a Madison police officer should be sent to a prosecutor in about two weeks.

Attorney General Brad Schimel is updating the investigation into the death of Tony Robinson. Robinson, a biracial man, was shot and killed by a white officer Friday night after police said Robinson assaulted the officer.

Schimel is encouraging the public to be patient before judging what happened. He says he appreciates that Robinson's family has urged that protests be peaceful.

David Matthews, head of the state agency leading the investigation, said agents have done at least 60 interviews and filed more than 100 reports. He said they're looking at everything Robinson, Officer Matt Kenny and witnesses were doing that day.