By Brian Ping

SAN CLEMENTE (CBS) —  A Camp Pendleton-based Marine, who was killed in a deputy-involved shooting in Orange County, has been laid to rest.

Sgt. Manuel Levi Loggins Jr., 31, was buried Friday at a cemetery in his home state of Illinois.

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The shooting in early February happened on the grounds of San Clemente High School.

Loggins was shot after authorities say he crashed his sport utility vehicle through a gate and then ignored the deputy’s orders.

Loggins’ two young daughters were in the backseat.

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The deputy later said he opened fire because he feared for the girls’ safety.

Loved ones say Loggins was a calm, religious, family man and don’t understand how he could be capable of provoking deadly police gunfire, KNX 1070’s Brian Ping reported.

The Orange County District Attorney’s office is investigating the shooting.

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