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Winslow officer who fatally shot Loreal Tsingine resigns: [] Officer Austin Shipley resigned following a meeting in which he was confronted with the results of an internal-affairs investigation into the March 27 shooting that was concluded last week by the Mesa Police Department, according to the City Manager's Office. The resignation was effective immediately.

"The results of this investigation were reviewed by Christopher Vasquez, the interim director of the Winslow Police Department," said a statement released by City Manager Stephen Pauken's office. "After meeting with Officer Shipley today, he made the decision to resign."

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