LOS ANGELES – Latest news on the fatal shooting involving a policeman in a Costco Wholesale warehouse in Corona (all local times):
A man 's cousin shot by a policeman at a Costco Wholesale warehouse in Corona says he was a "nice giant" with a mental disability.
Corona police say that Kenneth French attacked the Los Angeles Police Department officer, who was holding his young child on Friday night. The officer shot dead one Frenchman and seriously injured two others.
According to Press-Enterprise, French cousin Rick Shureih identified the other victims as his parents, Russell and Paola French.
Shureih says that French's family is seeking a lawyer and has refused to give details of his mental state.
The identity of the agent has not been revealed. The LAPD conducts its own administrative investigation.
The Corona Police and Riverside County Attorney's Office are conducting a separate investigation and have not responded to requests for comment.
The Los Angeles Police Department is gathering evidence and video footage as part of an administrative investigation into a police officer on furlough who shot dead a man who, according to authorities, allegedly attacked him in a warehouse. Costco Wholesale.
Los Angeles Police Commission President Steve Soboroff said on Sunday that Chief Michel Moore had decided to put the agent on leave, but it's still unclear if that's what's going on. 39 is passed.
The department has no rule prohibiting officers on furlough from carrying firearms.
The authorities remained silent on Sunday, failing to respond to requests for comment on the causes of the confrontation and whether anyone, with the exception of the officer, was armed. Two others were seriously injured during the Friday night shooting in Corona, about 64 km east of Los Angeles.
The identity of the agent has not been revealed.