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July 15, 2014

Well, the dispatcher was nice.

That may have saved the lives of others after a black gunmen killed two white or Hispanic people.

Dead are Luis Aguiar, 91, and Maria Teresa Aguiar, 59. A third person was killed, but unidentified pending family notification.

Arrested is John Izeal Smith, 44.

From our source we read:
A 911 dispatcher was lauded Monday for convincing a Pasadena gunman to surrender peacefully after he had allegedly fatally shot three people and wounded two others.

Smith fired on police officers responding to help one of the victims and then barricaded himself in a nearby home, police said.

During the ensuring standoff, Smith called 911 and spoke to dispatcher Diane Marin, who calmly talked him through his surrender in what police called a “20-minute tense dialogue.”

“I’ve  never received a call from someone who had just committed a crime, especially of that magnitude,” Marin said during a Monday news conference. “Mainly I was concerned that this person still had weapons.”

Part of an audio recording of the call, in which Marin was assisted by a crisis negotiator, was released at a news conference at the Pasadena Police Department late Monday morning.

“They want you to come out with your hands up and they don’t want you to get hurt. … They don’t want you harmed,” Marin said in the recording.

“Tell them I’m coming out,” the gunman responded shortly thereafter.
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