911 Caller Proclaims Innocence Despite Pleading Guilty To False Report That Led To Teen’s Death By Police
The 911 caller who falsely reported he was robbed at gunpoint in Pasadena, which led to the fatal shooting of a college student by police, is proclaiming his innocence despite entering a guilty plea in court.
A man accused of falsely reporting to police that he had been robbed at gunpoint, which prompted a deadly officer-involved shooting, will not be charged with involuntary manslaughter, according to the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office.
Family and friends of Kendrec Lavelle McDade gathered Saturday in Altadena to lay to rest the 19-year-old man who was shot and killed this past week by Pasadena police.
Pasadena’s police chief is inviting the FBI to probe the death of a college student who was shot and killed by officers last month.
Oscar Carrillo-Gonzalez is saying that, even though he lied to Pasadena police, he’s not responsible for the death of 19-year-old Kendrec McDade.
The family of a 19-year-old man shot to death by police in Pasadena have filed a federal wrongful death lawsuit against the city.
Pasadena Prosecutors Decline To File Involuntary Manslaughter Charge Against 911 Caller In Deadly Police Shooting
Los Angeles County prosecutors declined to file an involuntary manslaughter charge Monday against a man accused of lying to a 911 dispatcher about being robbed by two armed men, one of whom was later fatally
shot by Pasadena police.
Police met with residents Saturday morning to discuss the investigation into an officer-involved shooting that left an unarmed teen dead and led to the arrest of the 911 caller.
Authorities Wednesday arrested the 911 caller involved in the deadly police shooting of a teenager in Pasadena.