A grand jury has wrapped up the investigation into the death of James Chasse, the man who died in police custody.
On Tuesday the jury was expected to announce if charges will be filed against the three police officers who arrested him.
Chasse died in the back of a patrol car last month after a confrontation with police in Northwest Portland, according to investigators.
Some witnesses who saw the arrest said officers used excessive force. An autopsy found Chasse suffered more than a dozen broken ribs and internal bleeding, according to the medical examiner's report.
The final witness testified on Monday.
Portland's police chief was expected to hold a news conference to discuss the grand jury's findings sometime early Tuesday afternoon.