LA Police Commission: Officer acted outside of policy in Corona Costco shooting

CORONA (CNS) - The Los Angeles Police Commission today found that an off-duty police officer acted outside of department policy when he shot a 32-year-old man to death and injured his parents at a Costco in Corona last year.The victim, Kenneth French, was described by his family as non-verbal and intellectually disabled.The shooting occurred inside the store at 480 N. McKinley St. on June 14, 2019. Witnesses said they heard an argument in the freezer section of the store, followed by gunfireCorona police said the off-duty officer — later identified as Salvador Sanchez — was shopping at Costco with his family, holding his child in his arms, when, "without provocation, a male unknown to the officer's family assaulted the officer."According to the officer's attorney, David
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