Pasadena Police Release Videos of Officer Involved Shooting Which Left Pasadena Man Dead

Published : Wednesday, September 4, 2019 | 5:22 PM

The above video was released by the City of Pasadena. WARNING: It is graphic and contains profanity.


Pasadena police Wednesday released an edited video, raw video from various police body and car cameras, and audio captured during a May 17, 2019 officer involved shooting in which a Pasadena man was killed.

Daniel Warren, 36, died in the 1500 block of Glenn Avenue after he reportedly pointed a rifle at police and they opened fire.

Warren was struck under the armpit and in the thigh according to an official with the coroner’s office. He was wearing body armor and armed with a rifle fitted with a high-capacity drum-style magazine.

A handgun was also found near his body.

It was unclear if Warren from a round fired by police or by a self-inflicted gunshot. No officers were injured.

Officers were originally summoned to the scene by numerous calls from people in the neighborhood who reported seeing a man walking the neighborhood with an AR-15 and “getting crazier by the minute.”

The “Critical Incident Community Briefing video” released Wednesday is based upon a preliminary review of the incident, police said.

The edited video and supporting materials appears here:

Investigations are still underway at the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Homicide Bureau, the Los Angeles District Attorney’s Office Officer-Involved Shooting Team, and the Pasadena Police Department Professional Standards Detectives.

Additional facts may be discovered as more evidence is located and reviewed, authorities said.

The Pasadena Police Department conducts thorough Use of Force investigations, outside the review of the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office, which includes, interviewing witnesses, involved officers, analyzing video and forensic evidence, as well as eyewitness statements. After the investigation is completed the Police Chief will make a final determination whether the officers involved acted within department policy, the City’s statement said.

Anyone with information about this case is encouraged to call Pasadena Police at (626)- 744-4241 or you may report information anonymously by calling “Crime Stoppers” by dialing (800) 222-TIPS (8477), use your smartphone by downloading the “P3 Tips” Mobile APP on Google Play or the Apple App Store or by using the website

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