Alfred Olango Killed in El Cajon Officer Involved Shooting Pulled Object From Pants Held It In Firearms Shooting Stance

by Franco on September 29, 2016

Alfred Olango Who Was Killed in El Cajon in Officer Involved Shooting Reportedly Pulled Object From Pants, Held it with Both Hands in a Firearms Shooting Stance Like “He Would Be Firing a Gun”: PD

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A black man reportedly acting erratically at a strip mall in suburban San Diego was shot and killed by El Cajon police a minute after they arrived on scene, authorities confirmed to NBC 7 San Diego. Police say the man pulled an object from his pocket, pointing it at officers and assuming a “shooting stance.”

The man, 38, identified as Alfred Olango, was first reported to be walking in and out of traffic in the middle of the street and “not acting like himself,” when a woman police believe may be the man’s sister called officers for help just after 1 p.m. Tuesday.

El Cajon Police Chief Jeff Davis said that when officers arrived on scene and located Olango, he “refused multiple instructions by the first officer on the scene,” and put his hands in his pants pocket. When officers arrived on scene, they were not aware of Olango’s criminal history, as far as he knows, said Ransweiler.

Alfred Olango Shot Killed El Cajon Officer Involved Shooting

Who Was Alfred Olango?

Olango was a Ugandan refugee who came to the United States in 1991 in order to flee from the Ugandan government, who the family states wanted to kill everyone in his family.

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According to federal court documents, Olango had no known record of mental or emotional issues.

He did, however, have an extensive criminal record.

Most recently, in 2011, he was charged with driving under the influence in 2011. In 2005, Olango was pulled over for a traffic stop while driving a 1990 Chevrolet Caprice. Colorado police said he was uncooperative when they tried to arrest him for carrying a loaded, 9mm semi-automatic pistol.

BREAKING VIDEO UPDATE: Why US Government Tried to Deport Dead Ugandan Refugee Twice

The same year, he was also charged with driving with a fictitious plate, driving with a license under restraint and driving an unregistered car. Inside the car, Colorado police found 185 grams of marijuana, two Ecstasy pills, a scale, Ziploc bags, $948 in cash and a folding knife.

Those were not Olango’s only run-ins with the law.

In 1996, court records show Olango was convicted for taking a person’s car without consent, a charge that federal prosecutors added a gang enhancement to once officers found a replica silver automatic handgun on the 17-year-old, along with a pair of fur-lined black gloves and keys to the stolen vehicle.

In 1998, records show Olango was convicted for burglarizing a friend’s home; he took audio equipment, CDs and a water bong.

Olango was charged with two DUIs in 1999 and 2000.

In 2001, he pleaded guilty to a felony charge selling crack cocaine.

A lieutenant with the El Cajon Police Department says officers were not at all aware of Olango’s criminal history when they arrived on scene.

US Government Tried to Deport Olango Twice for Drug Dealing Convictions: Uganda Refused to Receive Him

Breaking reports from NBC San Diego reveal that the United States government attempted to deport Olango back to Uganda for convictions of drug dealing however, Uganda refused to take him.

Olango appears to have stopped reporting into the officers at ICE who were managing his deportation case in late 2015.

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