3 South San Francisco police officers cleared in fatal shooting Three South San Francisco police officers involved in the fatal shooting of a man wielding a shotgun outside his home were justified in their use of lethal force, the San Mateo County district attorney announced on Tuesday. Officers Chris Devan, Andrew Constantino and John Paulo were cleared of any criminal wrongdoing in the shooting death of 59-year-old John Wayne Eno, District Attorney Stephen Wagstaffe said. The officers fired a total of 16 shots in the confrontation in May, hitting Eno five times, an investigation determined. Suspecting Eno was reaching of a firearm, Paulo, who had just arrived on scene, fired his weapon as Eno began to stand, wrote Wagstaffe, adding that a broken windshield wiper was later found in the area Eno was searching. Armed with a rifle, Devan fired at Eno, believing he was on drugs or suffering from mental health issues, Wagstaffe wrote. A subsequent search of Eno’s home determined that a shotgun had been fired in the second-floor master bedroom, damaging a television and a wall, Wagstaffe said. Investigators from the district attorney’s office interviewed Eno’s family and friends and determined he had been depressed since his wife’s death two years ago.
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