Associated Press Published 9:24 AM EDT Oct 12, 2018 Chanhassen, Minn. – The father of a Minnesota teenager fatally shot by police is not surprised the two officers involved won’t be charged. Carver County Attorney Mark Metz announced Thursday that the officers who killed 16-year-old Archer Amorosi in Chanhassen in July had no choice because he was charging at them with a hatchet and a BB gun. Don Amorosi tells KARE-TV that while the prosecutor’s decision was expected, he was surprised that Metz didn’t share the Bureau of Criminal Apprehension’s investigative report. Amorosi says he can’t understand why repeated calls to a crisis center and an earlier visit by sheriff’s deputies didn’t prevent the confrontation that ended with his son’s death. Amorosi says his lawyers are considering whether to file a civil lawsuit. Chanhassen is 20 miles southwest of Minneapolis.