OCDA ISSUES OFFICER-INVOLVED SHOOTING REPORT
SANTA ANA, Calif. – Orange County District Attorney (OCDA) Todd Spitzer released the investigation findings and legal conclusions of the Orange County Sheriff’s Department (OCSD) non-fatal officer-involved shooting of Randall Allen.
Click on the link to view the full letter, “OCDA Report Officer-Involved Shooting Investigation – Randall Allen,”
On Jan. 23, 2018, the OCDA filed criminal charges against Allen in Orange County Superior Court case # 18HF0097, consisting of one felony count each of Assault with a Deadly Weapon, Second Degree Robbery, Possession of Flammable Material, Arson of Another’s Property, Resisting and Deterring an Executive Deputy, and Brandishing a Deadly Weapon.
On Nov. 28, 2018, the OCDA amended the Complaint to add one felony count of Criminal Threats. On that date, Allen pled guilty to Assault with a Deadly Weapon, Resisting and Deterring an Executive Deputy, Brandishing a Deadly Weapon, and Criminal Threats. The remaining counts were dismissed. Allen was sentenced to nine months in jail and placed on three years of formal probation. Terms of his probation include restitution for all eight counts, to stay away from the victims, to cooperate with probation regarding mental health and substance abuse treatment as directed, and to not possess any weapons or firearms.