Three Chicago police officers involved in two unjustified shootings should be fired, according to the city's Independent Police Review Authority (IPRA).
The two police shooting cases were deemed unjustified last week by IPRA, which investigates officer-involved shootings.
According to the Chicago Tribune, the officers involved in the two separate shooting cases and recommended to be fired are Daniel Smith, Harry Matheos and Jaime Gaeta.
Chicago Police Superintendent Eddie Johnson has a 90-day deadline to issue a response to IPRA's recommendation.
One case involves the fatal March 2013 Chicago police shooting of Ryan Rogers in Hazel Crest.
Rogers was reportedly under surveillance in the south suburb for his alleged connection to a string of cell phone robberies. Rogers was shot after he allegedly slammed into a police car with his vehicle, according to police. Smith allegedly fired his weapon four times. According to IPRA, at least one shot was fired when the officer was not in danger.
IPRA also found the 2015 shooting of Antwon Golatte to be unjustified. The man was shot and wounded by Matheos and Gaeta as they investigated alleged drug activity. The two police officers were not in danger when they shot at Golatte as he was fleeing in a vehicle, according to IPRA.