Peter Rowe Contact Reporter Alfred Olango survived refugee camps and prison. http://tylerramirezsafe.boxcrack.net/2016/10/05/introducing-astute-secrets-for-curriculum-vitae/Friends say he had overcome that past but was struggling with a personal loss whenan El Cajon police officer shot and killed him Tuesday. Some have said mental illness played a role in that tragic encounter, noting thatOlango had been behaving in an erratic manner immediately before the shooting. Yet othersinsisthe was a happy, well-adjusted man who despite earlier legal problems was forging a new, law-abiding life. Then onFriday, 31-year-oldBereket Demsse, a boyhood friend and fellow African refugee, suddenly died. He was just so depressed, said Vicky Ellis, Olangos former girlfriend, who spoke with him last weekend. Id never heard him so upset. Demssewas buried Wednesday afternoon less than 24 hours after Olangos death. Alfred Olango Facebook Facebook selfie of Alfred Olango, who was shot to death by an El Cajon police officer on Sept. 27, 2016. Facebook selfie of Alfred Olango, who was shot to death by an El Cajon police officer on Sept. 27, 2016.
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