The state Commission on Hispanic Affairs is planning another meeting in Pasco to discuss issues involving a February police shooting.
The meeting is scheduled for 6 to 9 p.m. April 28 at St. Patrick’s Catholic Parish, 1320 W. Henry St., said Jessica Babcock, the commission’s executive assistant. Church members and the city council have been invited.
The meeting will focus more at the Spanish-speaking community than a March 27 listening session and a March 28 work session on the same event, Babcock said. The committee might make more specific recommendations after the visit.
A primary concern at the earlier meetings was a perception that a Tri-City Special Investigations Unit review into the shooting of Antonio Zambrano-Montes could be biased because the group is made up of members of other Tri-City law enforcement agencies, according to a news release.