Family of suspect in officer involved shooting speaks out - Tucson News Now

Family of suspect in officer involved shooting speaks out

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Manuel Ramirez is very upset his brother died in an involved in an officer involved shooting in Bisbee on Wednesday.
 
He hopes Sharing his story will prevent something like this from happening to others.
 
The officer involved shooting happened in Bisbee behind the Safeway.
 
Sgt. Robert Coronado of the Bisbee Police Department shot Carlos Ramirez.
 
But Manuel Ramirez says he wants people to remember his brother not as Crazy Carlos but as Caring Carlos.
 
Manuel recounted a time that Carlos was homeless himself and gave up his tent so another homeless person could sleep in it.
 
He says that was not uncommon for Carlos, who would regularly offer food to others.
 
Even though he is gone, there is something Manuel will never forget about him.

                                                                                                                                                          

 “I like his laugh or his laughter,” he said.
 
There is a memorial set up near the Safeway for Carlos.

 
There will be vigil in that same area on Sunday night at 8 p.m. for anyone who wants to come out and remember Carlos.
 
 



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