A chase, traffic ticket – and angry confrontation later, Orosco pulled his gun and fired four shots at Beatty as he drove away.
“At that point the window shattered and I saw him like slump over,” Orosco said. “And I’m thinking, ‘Oh my god, I just killed this person.’ “
“I blame the people that taught him how to do this. I blame the training that he got. That’s the bottom line,” said Beatty.
This story was part of KPCC’s award-winning series on police shootings in L.A. County which earned the 2016 Regional Investigative Award, Radio Television Digital News Association.