No charges will be filed against an Immigration and Customs Enforcement agent who fatally shot a fellow agent after that man shot and wounded a third agent at the Glenn M. Anderson Federal Building in Long Beach 13 months ago, the FBI confirmed Friday.
The workplace violence erupted on Feb. 16 last year in a building at the
A third agent, whose name was withheld, shot the original shooter, who was pronounced dead at the scene.
Laura Eimiller, an FBI spokeswoman in Los Angeles, confirmed charges would not be filed against the unnamed agent. She said federal prosecutors reviewed the investigation findings.
"The shooting was found to be justified, and no charges are being pursued against the survivors," she said.
Kozak survived multiple gunshot wounds.
The shooting was investigated by Homeland Security Investigations' Office of Professional Responsibility, the Long Beach Police Department and the FBI, according to Virginia Kice of Immigration and Customs Enforcement.