Funeral services were held Saturday for 19-year-old Kendrec McDade, who was shot and killed by Pasadena, California police on March 24. Police say they thought McDade was armed, so they shot him when he reached for his waistband but McDade was unarmed, he never had a gun.
The complicated sequence of events started out with a 911 call from Oscar Carrillo, 26, who told the dispatcher his laptop was stolen at gunpoint by two armed men.
"Eh, miss, two guys just stole my backpack. They put a gun on my face right now," Carrillo told the 911 operator. "I'm on Raymond and Orange Grove. They just run away."
Carrillo later admitted that the suspects were not armed and had taken his property out of his car. He said he told police the suspects had guns in order to get officers to respond faster.
Now Pasadena Police want to charge Carrillo with involuntary manslaughter.