Scholarship to be named for man killed in State College police shooting

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A scholarship is taking shape in memory of the State College man who was shot and killed during a March 20 confrontation with borough police officers, according to his family.

Three officers were attempting to serve a mental health warrant on Osaze Osagie, 29, at the Marvin Gardens apartment complex along Old Boalsburg Road when the shooting happened, borough police officials said. It’s the only time in the police department’s 103-year history that an officer shot and killed someone, Lt. Greg Brauser said. (Click here to read more)

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