District Attorney Dan Alsobrooks said he hasn’t seen anything criminal in his review of the investigation of last year’s shooting of Dickson County Deputy Keith Bellar, but welcomes a second look by a special prosecutor. On Tuesday, Alsobrooks asked the District Attorneys General Conference to appoint someone to review the investigation into the shooting and 13th Judicial District DA Randy York was appointed Wednesday. Alsobrooks said Thursday he has not spoken with York and doesn’t know what kind of time frame the review will take. But Alsobrooks said the quick response to his request indicates things could be moving quickly. Alsobrooks said York will be reviewing reports from the Dickson Police Department’s investigation as well as talking to officers and members of Bellar’s family who pushed for the review after learning of alleged text messages sent by other law enforcement officers to Jayson Eggenberg, the man who shot Bellar and then himself during a domestic assault with his estranged wife, a central communications dispatcher. “In my review of the matter, I couldn’t come up with a crime to investigate,” Alsobrooks said. “I wasn’t going to ask for a TBI investigation unless I saw a crime.” But at the urging of Bellar’s family and after a request by Dickson Police Chief Rick Chandler and Sheriff Jeff Bledsoe, Alsobrooks agreed to ask for an independent review. “I’m very comfortable with that,” Alsobrooks said. He said York will have full authority as district attorney pro tem to review the investigation, call for an additional investigation by the TBI or present evidence to a grand jury. “Given all of the circumstances, why not let somebody come in and look at it and see if there’s something we missed,” Alsobrooks said.