Oakland Police to Fire Two Officers Involved in Pursuit Which Killed Bystander

The Oakland Police Department has made the decision to terminate two officers, Walid Abdel Aziz and Jimmy Marin Coronel, who were involved in a pursuit that resulted in the death of a bystander.

Sources have revealed that the incident occurred on June 25th of last year when the officers were pursuing a Nissan. The pursuit ended with the Nissan crashing into a parked car, which subsequently struck a group of people. A 28-year-old man was struck and killed. The victim’s family has since filed a civil lawsuit against the city of Oakland, accusing the officers of failing to call for medical assistance.



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