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Latest news about Antonio Zambrano-Montes Shooting

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  • No charges to be filed against Pasco Police Officers involved in Zambrano shooting

    No charges to be filed against Pasco Police Officers involved in Zambrano shooting

    Wednesday, September 9 2015 12:41 PM EDT2015-09-09 16:41:01 GMT
    Wednesday, September 9 2015 9:17 PM EDT2015-09-10 01:17:55 GMT
    PASCO, Wash. - Running down the law as it relates to the case, Franklin County Prosecutor Shawn Sant announced the Pasco Police officers involved in shooting and killing Antonio Zambrano in February will not face charges. >>
    PASCO, Wash. - Running down the law as it relates to the case, Franklin County Prosecutor Shawn Sant announced the Pasco Police officers involved in shooting and killing Antonio Zambrano in February will not face charges. Speaking before a vocal crowd, Sant said he doesn't believe the officers acted with any malice and that a jury would not convict the officers if charges were filed.>>
  • Police arrest 4 protesting shooting of Washington farmworker

    Police arrest 4 protesting shooting of Washington farmworker

    Saturday, April 11 2015 8:19 PM EDT2015-04-12 00:19:31 GMT
    Saturday, April 11 2015 8:19 PM EDT2015-04-12 00:19:32 GMT
    PASCO, Wash. (AP) - Police arrested four people during a demonstration marking two months since the fatal officer-involved shooting of a farmworker in Pasco.The Tri-City Herald reports that they were arrested after they refused orders to move from the street onto the sidewalk during a rally and march Saturday.>>
    PASCO, Wash. (AP) - Police arrested four people during a demonstration marking two months since the fatal officer-involved shooting of a farmworker in Pasco.The Tri-City Herald reports that they were arrested after they refused orders to move from the street onto the sidewalk during a rally and march Saturday.>>
  • Attorney disputes claim that victim was not shot in the back by Pasco Police

    Attorney disputes claim that victim was not shot in the back by Pasco Police

    Thursday, February 26 2015 2:20 PM EST2015-02-26 19:20:04 GMT
    Thursday, February 26 2015 2:49 PM EST2015-02-26 19:49:33 GMT
    PASCO, Wash. - At a press conference on Wednesday, the spokesman for the Special Investigations Unit looking into the shooting of Antonio Zambrano-Montes by Pasco Police on February 10th, Kennewick Police Sgt. Ken Lattin stated 17 shots were fired by three policemen, and Zambrano-Montes was hit 5 or 6 times. >>
    PASCO, Wash. - At a press conference on Wednesday, the spokesman for the Special Investigations Unit looking into the shooting of Antonio Zambrano-Montes by Pasco Police on February 10th, Kennewick Police Sgt. Ken Lattin stated 17 shots were fired by three policemen, and Zambrano-Montes was hit 5 or 6 times. >>
  • Three Pasco police officers involved in fatal shooting have still not been interviewed

    Three Pasco police officers involved in fatal shooting have still not been interviewed

    Wednesday, February 25 2015 6:28 PM EST2015-02-25 23:28:59 GMT
    Wednesday, February 25 2015 7:36 PM EST2015-02-26 00:36:05 GMT
    PASCO, Wash. - On Wednesday afternoon the Franklin County Prosecutor, and the spokesman of the Kennewick Police Department Special Investigation Unit held their final media briefing on the shooting death of 35-year-old Antonio Zambrano-Montes.>>
    PASCO, Wash. - On Wednesday afternoon the Franklin County Prosecutor, and the spokesman of the Kennewick Police Department Special Investigation Unit held their final media briefing on the shooting death of 35-year-old Antonio Zambrano-Montes. The briefing was led by Sgt. Ken Lattin and Franklin County Prosecutor Shawn Sant.>>
  • Lawyer wants to withdraw $25 million claim in Pasco shooting

    Lawyer wants to withdraw $25 million claim in Pasco shooting

    Monday, February 23 2015 12:15 PM EST2015-02-23 17:15:26 GMT
    Monday, February 23 2015 1:15 PM EST2015-02-23 18:15:23 GMT
    PASCO, Wash. - A new lawyer for the family of the man shot and killed by Pasco police officers wants to withdraw a $25 million claim filed against the city after the shooting. >>
    PASCO, Wash. - A new lawyer for the family of the man shot and killed by Pasco police officers wants to withdraw a $25 million claim filed against the city after the shooting. Charles Herrmann, who is representing the family of Antonio Zambrano-Montes, told the Tri-City Herald in an email that the claim was premature.>>
  • Bridge blocked by group protesting Pasco police shooting

    Bridge blocked by group protesting Pasco police shooting

    Sunday, February 22 2015 1:35 PM EST2015-02-22 18:35:15 GMT
    Sunday, February 22 2015 1:35 PM EST2015-02-22 18:35:16 GMT
    PASCO, Wash. (AP) - A group protesting a police shooting in Pasco, Washington, took over a bridge crossing the Columbia River. The Tri-City Herald reports that about 75 people were in the group as night fell Saturday. Police had yet to intervene as the crowd chanted "Hands up, don't shoot!" and other slogans.>>
    PASCO, Wash. (AP) - A group protesting a police shooting in Pasco, Washington, took over a bridge crossing the Columbia River. The Tri-City Herald reports that about 75 people were in the group as night fell Saturday. Police had yet to intervene as the crowd chanted "Hands up, don't shoot!" and other slogans.>>
  • News conference updates investigation into Zambrano-Montes shooting death

    News conference updates investigation into Zambrano-Montes shooting death

    Thursday, February 19 2015 3:03 PM EST2015-02-19 20:03:52 GMT
    Thursday, February 19 2015 6:38 PM EST2015-02-19 23:38:50 GMT
    PASCO, Wash.- Thursday afternoon police and prosecutors held a joint news conference to update the investigation into the death of Antonio Zambrano-Montes. Zambrano-Montes was shot and killed Feb. 10 by Pasco police officers. Thursday's news conference was hosted by Kennewick police Sergeant Ken Lattin, spokesperson for the Special Investigative Unit that is heading this investigation. Joining him at the podium was Franklin County Prosecutor Shawn Sant.>>
    PASCO, Wash.- Thursday afternoon police and prosecutors held a joint news conference to update the investigation into the death of Antonio Zambrano-Montes. Zambrano-Montes was shot and killed Feb. 10 by Pasco police officers. Thursday's news conference was hosted by Kennewick police Sergeant Ken Lattin, spokesperson for the Special Investigative Unit that is heading this investigation. Joining him at the podium was Franklin County Prosecutor Shawn Sant.>>
  • Group wants federal investigation of Pasco police shooting

    Group wants federal investigation of Pasco police shooting

    Tuesday, February 17 2015 1:26 PM EST2015-02-17 18:26:36 GMT
    Tuesday, February 17 2015 1:26 PM EST2015-02-17 18:26:38 GMT
    PASCO, Wash. (AP) - The leader of a Hispanic group in Pasco is asking the Justice Department to investigate the fatal police shooting last week in Pasco. Consejo Latino Chairman Felix Vargas says he supports law enforcement in general but he believes there's a conflict of interest in the investigation by a local law enforcement team, the multi-agency Tri-City Special Investigations Unit.>>
    PASCO, Wash. (AP) - The leader of a Hispanic group in Pasco is asking the Justice Department to investigate the fatal police shooting last week in Pasco. Consejo Latino Chairman Felix Vargas says he supports law enforcement in general but he believes there's a conflict of interest in the investigation by a local law enforcement team, the multi-agency Tri-City Special Investigations Unit.>>
  • Officer involved in Pasco shooting named in previous lawsuit

    Officer involved in Pasco shooting named in previous lawsuit

    Friday, February 13 2015 10:48 AM EST2015-02-13 15:48:01 GMT
    Friday, February 13 2015 5:24 PM EST2015-02-13 22:24:38 GMT
    PASCO, Wash. (AP) - A police officer involved in a deadly shooting in Washington state was a defendant in a federal civil-rights lawsuit the city of Pasco settled in 2013 for $100,000.The Seattle Times reports the lawsuit claimed Pasco officers were inadequately trained in the use of force and how to respond to street confrontations, according to court records.>>
    PASCO, Wash. (AP) - A police officer involved in a deadly shooting in Washington state was a defendant in a federal civil-rights lawsuit the city of Pasco settled in 2013 for $100,000.The Seattle Times reports the lawsuit claimed Pasco officers were inadequately trained in the use of force and how to respond to street confrontations, according to court records.
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  • Protests after officer involved shooting in Pasco

    Protests after officer involved shooting in Pasco

    Thursday, February 12 2015 1:41 AM EST2015-02-12 06:41:58 GMT
    Thursday, February 12 2015 2:48 AM EST2015-02-12 07:48:49 GMT
    Wednesday night, dozens of protesters marched through the Pasco, Washington intersection where just a day before a man was shot and killed by police. Holding candles and chanting for justice, the group was asking for answers in the shooting that left 35-year-old Antonio Zambrano Montes dead.>>
    Wednesday night, dozens of protesters marched through the Pasco, Washington intersection where just a day before a man was shot and killed by police. Holding candles and chanting for justice, the group was asking for answers in the shooting that left 35-year-old Antonio Zambrano Montes dead.>>
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