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Thursday, May 9, 2019

Good Cops, Great Cops Video Leak Police Featuring: Officer Fired after 76 Gunshots Fired in Busy Residential Neighborhood

The following is an update to yesterday's video of the original incident
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The Anaheim Police Department released the footage from the fatal Officer Involved Shooting of Eliuth Penaloza Nava on July 21, 2018. A man who was reported to be acting erratically and hallucinating was shot and wounded by Anaheim police Saturday during a slow-speed pursuit through residential streets, authorities said. Relatives of Eliuth Penaloza Nava, 50, called police at about 9:45 a.m. to the 500 block of South West Street, Anaheim Police Sgt. Shane Carringer said. 

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They said the Anaheim man was armed with a knife and a gun and "sitting in a parked vehicle possibly on drugs and hallucinating." Nava brandished a handgun and fled in his vehicle when officers tried to make contact with him, brandishing a gun, Carringer said. "A slow speed pursuit occurred on the surrounding residential streets and during that pursuit, an officer-involved shooting occurred," he said. 
The suspect returned to the 500 block of South West Street "where officers were able to remove him from the vehicle and it was discovered he sustained gunshot wounds as a result of the officer-involved shooting," Carringer said. Officers administered first aid to the suspect before Anaheim firefighters arrived and took him to UCI Medical Center in Orange, where he was pronounced dead, the sergeant said. The handgun brandished by Nava was later determined to be an air pistol that DA investigators described as “black in color and extremely similar in appearance to an authentic 9mm Luger pistol.” A knife was found in Nava’s hand, DA investigators added. An autopsy determined that Nava had been struck by at least nine bullets. A toxicology exam found amphetamines and methamphetamine in his system. Orange County Dist. Atty. Todd Spitzer’s office on Wednesday released videos of the incident and a letter analyzing the deadly shooting. Prosecutors, while finding that the officers ultimately acted legally because of the threat of what they believed to be a real gun in the hands of a man high on narcotics, took the unusual step of questioning the officers’ behavior. 

“The fact that the two involved officers discharged their weapons 76 times, from a moving patrol car at Nava’s moving car, at approximately 9:30 a.m. on a Saturday morning, in a residential neighborhood where residents, including children, were home and on the streets, was alarming and irresponsible based on the totality of all the circumstances in this specific case,” the report stated. The “conclusion that all of the available evidence is insufficient to warrant the filing of criminal charges against the two officers should not in any way diminish the fact that [this office] is alarmed by this conduct,” Deputy Dist. Atty. Scott Woolridge wrote.
Officer Kevin Pedersen, the driver of the police cruiser during the pursuit, was terminated as a probationary officer, and Officer Sean Staymates, a 10-year veteran, faces potential discipline and remains on administrative leave, Anaheim Police Chief Jorge Cisneros said. Read the whole report from the District Attorney here: 

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