The Long Beach police officer who fatally shot Woodland Hills resident Feras Morad last week is a 12-year veteran of the Long Beach Police Department (LBPD), according to LBPD Deputy Chief David Hendricks.

The unarmed 20-year-old college student—who family members say was planning on studying political science at California State University, Long Beach in the fall—was reportedly under the influence of psychedelic mushrooms when police said he threatened to attack an officer responding to a call for assistance on the 4600 block of East 15th Street at about 7:30PM on Wednesday, May 27.

Officials have not yet released the name of the officer or his use-of-force record. They did confirm that he was assigned to a non-field position pending investigation of the shooting by the District Attorney’s Office and the LBPD.

In an updated press release from the LBPD, officials noted the Los Angeles County Coroner’s Office—which is responsible for identifying the dead and alerting the next of kin—notified Morad’s family of his death Friday, May 29.

Family and friends of Morad are scheduled to rally in Lincoln Park Thursday.

This is the fourth officer-involved shooting in Long Beach this year, and the second fatal shooting.

On April 23, 19-year-old Hector Morejon was fatally shot by a Long Beach police officer responding to a vandalism call in Cambodia Town.