Following a grand jury decision that charges are not warranted, Riverside County District Attorney Mike Hestrin will not file criminal charges against Salvador Sanchez, a Los Angeles police officer, Hestrin announced Wednesday. Kenneth French, described by a cousin as nonverbal, is believed to have struck Sanchez, who then fired 10 shots. Sanchez was shopping with his family on June 14 and holding his young child when the brief incident began. French, who had been diagnosed with schizophrenia, was unarmed.French was hit three times in the back and once in the shoulder, said Joe DelGiudice, chief of investigations for the district attorney's office.French's parents, Russell and Paola French, were also wounded. Four seconds passed between the assault and the beginning of the shooting, DelGiudice added.Hestrin showed surveillance video of the deadly encounter, which is somewhat difficult to discern, as the perspective is from across the warehouse store. At least two people can be seen in a scuffle and both drop to the ground.Hestrin noted that French's parents were uncooperative with the investigation and were heard from for the first time during the grand jury hearing."I am not condoning this shooting," Hestrin said, adding he would abide by the grand jury's decision.Sanchez was gratRead More – Source
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