DA Declines to File Charges Against 911 Caller in Pasadena Cop Shooting

Samantha Tata (NBCLA) | April 2, 2012

Involuntary manslaughter charges will not be filed against the man accused of lying to a 911 dispatcher about being robbed at gunpoint, a falsehood that police said contributed to the death of a 19-year-old suspect.

“We have rejected it pending further investigation and we are doing legal research,” said Sandi Gibbons with the District Attorney’s Office.

Oscar Felipe Carrillo, 26, told police that he had been the victim of an armed robbery on March 24 near Orange Grove Boulevard and Summit Avenue in Pasadena, said Lt. Phlunté Riddle, a spokeswoman at the Pasadena Police Department.

Although he won’t be charged in this instance, Carrillo will likely be turned over to U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) stemming from a 2006 deportation case, said Virginia Kice, ICE spokeswoman.

The agency has 48 hours to take Carrillo into custody and investigate his returning to the country after being formally deported to Mexico, Kice said. Carrillo showed up on ICE’s radar following his most recent arrest by Pasadena police.

Read more at: http://www.nbclosangeles.com/news/local/Pasadena-Shooting-Kendrec-McDade-Involuntary-Manslaughter-Charges-145860425.html

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