The public can attend or watch a televised fact-finding review Monday of a police shooting in June 2014 that killed a man after he shot at Henderson police officers.
Ryan Allen Marone, 36, was shot to death June 11 last year by Henderson police who were responding to reports of gunfire at Marone’s parents’ home at 489 Flat Plains Ave., near Horizon Ridge Parkway and Gibson Road.
Henderson police officers Carlos Chorens, Timothy Donnelly, Troy McDermed and David Woolman fired their weapons at Marone after he shot at them. Donnelly was struck in the abdomen by shrapnel from bullet fragments and was treated and released from the hospital the same day.
Officers Donnelly, Woolman, McDermed and Chorens had each been with Henderson police since 1994, 2002, 2006 and 2007, respectively.
The review for the Henderson shooting is set for 9 a.m. Monday in Clark County Government Center commission chambers, 500 S. Grand Central Parkway, according to a county news release. It will be aired live on Clark County Television and streamed on the county’s website at www.ClarkCountyNV.gov. CCTV is on channel 4 for Cox Cable and CenturyLink customers (channel 89.13 for those without converter boxes) and on channel 14 in Laughlin via CMA Access.
Fact-finding reviews happen after a police-involved shooting results in a death and after the Clark County district attorney’s office decides officers won’t face criminal charges.
An ombudsman represents the public and the family of the person killed. The DA’s office presents evidence and witnesses, but only for information. No decision is made.
Observers may submit written questions to the presiding officer, who can choose whether to include them.
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