BANGOR — Police in Maine say a grand jury has declined to indict anybody in the death of a 48-year-old Bangor man who died four days after being beaten outside a bar.

A Penobscot County grand jury returned a “no true” bill today in the death of Ralph Greenleaf, meaning the case won’t go to trial. The panel heard from witnesses in October and again today.

Greenleaf fell and hit his head during a late-night altercation Aug. 29 outside Carolina’s Bar, under the Joshua Chamberlain Bridge. The state Medical Examiner’s Office ruled the death a homicide.

Police say the case is closed now that the grand jury has decided that criminal charges shouldn’t be brought.