A grand jury has decided not to indict a Houston police officer in the January killing of an unarmed black man, according to a local ABC News affiliate.
"I want to express my deepest sympathies to Janet Baker and the entire Baker family," Harris County District Attorney Devon Anderson said, according to ABC.


"I know they are disappointed, but the grand jury's decision means they found that there was no probable cause to believe a crime was committed. It does not constitute an endorsement of the officer's actions."
Officer Juventino Castro shot 26-year-old Jordan Baker while working a second job at a shopping center. Castro said the man matched the description of a robbery suspect and charged him, prompting Castro to shoot.

Janet Baker, the victim’s mother, held a rally Sunday at the spot where her son died. She’s said that Castro profiled her son because he wore a black, hooded sweatshirt. In 2012, a neighborhood watchman shot and killed Trayvon Martin, a black teenager, in an altercation in Florida. Martin was also wearing a hooded sweatshirt, and the clothing became a fixture at protests. 
The Houston decision comes about a month after separate grand juries in Staten Island, New York, and Ferguson, Mo., decided not to indict officers involved in the deaths of unarmed black men. Those decisions sparked waves of protests and calls for the Department of Justice to investigate police-related deaths.