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Officers identified in Alhambra Police Department shooting

Three officers were identified in the fatal May 17 shooting of a mentally ill man at the Alhambra Police Department, Pasadena Star-News reports. Tony Nim, 35, entered the Police Department on a Friday morning, threatened officers with a knife, and was shot dead. Lt. Dave Coleman of the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Homicide Bureau told the Pasadena Star-News that the officers involved in the shooting were Officer Carlos Donato, Officer Brandon Cardella and Sgt. Edward Elizalde. All three have been on paid administrative leave, and Coleman told the Star-News that the investigation is ongoing.

Read the full story from the Star-News: Detective Names Officers Involved in Alhambra Police Shooting 

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  1. Although not commenting on this particular situation, why bother to “investigate” officer-involved shootings, they always reach the same conclusion – not guilty!These so-called “investigations” are useless & meaningless.Do we believe law enforcement officials really “investigate” fellow-law enforcement officials in officer-involved shootings – GET REAL,JUST A SHOW!