NEW YORK (CBS 2) – A judge refused to release 911 calls and other key evidence to the family of the Pace University football player killed by police.

Prosecutors said the evidence in the killing of Danroy Henry must be kept secret until it’s laid out before a grand jury.

The judge said the family did not provide enough reason to overrule prosecutors.

Police shot and killed Henry in a Thornwood parking lot after Henry hit two officers with his car and refused to stop. Police had been responding to reports about fighting outside a popular club.

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