The Green Bay police department recommended a series of charges for multiple suspects involved in a "large disturbance" at a Marathon gas station in downtown Green Bay, Wisconsin, however, officers suggested no charges for the person who shot and killed Dominique Marie Wilson. 

According to the Green Bay Press Gazette, the shooting took place around 2 a.m. on Nov. 14 during a public disturbance involving multiple people. The other charges recommended were of less severity, but none involved Wilson's death.

Prosecutors later ruled that the shooting was self-defense, Fox 11 News reports. Officials said the shooting originated from an ongoing feud between two groups of people. 

According to Fox 11 News, footage showed a group of mostly women carrying weapons including baseball bats, brass knuckles and pepper spray. Wilson was accused of going to her vehicle to grab a loaded handgun and pointing it at others. 

Brown County District Attorney David Lasee will have the final say if charges are filed.