Family to respond to decision not to charge cop for fatal shooting in Corona Costco

Paul J. Young City News Service CORONA (CNS) - The family of a 32-year-old developmentally disabled man killed during a confrontation with an off-duty Los Angeles police officer inside a Corona Costco will vent their feelings today about a grand jury's refusal to indict the lawman and Riverside County District Attorney Mike Hestrin's decision to accept the jury's findings, tabling any potential criminal action. The parents of Kenneth French, along with his brother and their attorney, Dale Galipo, are slated to hold a news briefing at the Ayres Suites this afternoon. When Galipo learned Wednesday that a 19-member grand jury had determined there was no reason to indict Officer Salvador Sanchez for French's death on June 14, the lawyer released a statement saying the outcome "highlights
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