A 911 dispatcher may be disciplined in the shooting of 12-year-old Tamir Rice more than two years after the boy's death. A disciplinary hearing was held Friday for Constance Hollinger, who faces up to 10 days suspension without pay. There is no deadline for the decision, and Cleveland police Chief Calvin Williams has not made up his mind in the case. The caller on Nov. 22, 2014 told Hollinger that the suspect was "probably a juvenile" and said the gun he had was "probably fake," according to her disciplinary charges, which were presented in January. Hollinger never relayed that information to the dispatcher, Beth Mandl, who told officers to investigate someone with a gun outside the Cudell Recreation Center. Tamir, who was shot dead by police, had an airsoft pellet gun. Former Cuyahoga County Prosecutor Timothy J. McGinty has said Hollinger's mistakes were "substantial, contributing factors" to the shooting.