Scottie Scheffler's legal situation may be coming to an end soon. According to reporting by WDRB in Louisville, Jefferson County Attorney Mike O'Connell plans to address the media on Wednesday. He will reportedly speak on changes in the case involving Scheffler, which could signal that the matter is likely to be dismissed.

O'Connell will speak with the media at 1PM ET on Wednesday at the Hall of Justice in downtown Louisville. His office confirmed that Scheffler will not be in attendance and will be represented by his lawyer, Steve Romines.

When WDRB reached out to Romines, he stated that he would hold a news conference at 1:30PM on Wednesday.

Until we get an update on this case, Scheffler is still set to be arraigned on June 3rd.

As recently as May 23rd, the Louisville Metro Police Department did not intend to drop any charges against Scottie Scheffler. It is unclear what exactly may have caused a decision to drop Scheffler's charges, if that does take place on Wednesday.

John Mills, a security guard at Valhalla Golf Club, was struck by a shuttle bus and killed at 5 a.m. on May 17th. Police were still on Shelbyville Road investigating the crash when the situation with Scheffler transpired.

According to Scheffler's arrest report, he was driving towards Valhalla and trying to enter the facility. The police report that Scheffler refused to comply with orders by Detective Bryan Gillis, resulting in Gillis being dragged on the ground by Scheffler's car. However, witnesses said Gillis tried to grab Scheffler's car and that it was moving slowly.

After the incident, Scheffler was cuffed and arrested.

Body camera footage of the initial incident is not available.

“The officer did not have a body cam footage turned on during the incident,” Louisville Mayor Craig Greenberg said. “We did not have any … to my knowledge. We have not discovered any video of the initial contact between officer Gillis and Mr. Scheffler.”

Scheffler's attorney has repeatedly gone on the record to state that Scheffler did nothing wrong.

“He was trying to get into the facility when he was arrested,” Romines has said. “Scottie didn't know what was going on.”

Scheffler, and the rest of the world, will have to wait until Wednesday afternoon to get our next update on this ongoing situation.