E! News can confirm that LAPD detectives have completed their investigation in this matter and will send the case to the D.A.'s office Friday.
Detectives looked at videos and conducted interviews since the alleged March 14 run-in and say that if anything new comes from this case, it will be from the D.A.'s office.
TMZ reports that the case against LiLo has "lots of holes" and there "isn't enough to prove a crime." A rep for the D.A.'s office tells E! News, however, that they currently do not have the case, so they can't comment on it.
Thankfully, no one was injured during the alleged fender-bender earlier this year, and despite Lohan's legal troubles of the past few years, she finally completed probation (for her 2007 DUI case) in March.
"I'm not going to give you a lecture," Judge Stephanie Sautner told her. "Live your life in a more mature way, stop the nightclubbing and focus on your work, OK?"