Death of Anthony McClain by Police Expedites City Council Decision to Create Civilian Oversight Commission: On Raymond Avenue and Grandview Street, Anthony McClain was sitting passenger to his brother in a car that was stopped for a missing front license plate. There was small conversation that led to the officers ordering the gentlemen out of the car. McClain in panic held his waistband and had his back turned away from the officer, he began running. The officer took impulsive action and shot McClain in the upper torso while in chase. The victim of the shooting was still handcuffed after he fell wounded. The body cam attached to the officer that pursued and shot McClain was inactive and was not turned on until later. Cuffed, emergency first responders began to administer aid and transferred McClain to a hospital where he later passed away due to his shot wound. Ideally the oversight committee would consist of 9-13 members nominated by city council. Each member would be required to have gone through 30 hours of training and complete a ride-along with the Pasadena Police Department after 90 days of taking up their role. The commission will also include an auditor that will sit as advisor; with the power of subpoena and clearance to review controversial cases.