MIAMI -- Police have released the name of the officer who shot and killed a homeless man near the Camillus House shelter Tuesday afternoon.Miami police said Officer Garrett Wing fired the fatal shot after the man lunged at him and other officers with a broken bottle.Wing has been on the force for about four years, but in the last year he has been in the news three times. In November 2007, it was Wing who spotted a man accused of gunning down a Philadelphia police officer. The suspect was caught while praying inside the chapel at the Miami Rescue Mission on Northwest First Avenue.A week after the high-profile arrest, Wing was in a car crash with another Miami police officer. Two police cruisers collided while responding to a call for backup.Michael New, 27, was badly injured in the collision. Wing suffered minor injuries.At 5:40 p.m. Tuesday, police were called to the Camillus House at Northeast First Avenue and Eighth Street. They said the homeless man was threatening people inside the shelter with a broken bottle.An off-duty Miami police sergeant who was working security was able to get the man outside. Police said he made several attempts to stab the sergeant.Miami police said when backup officers arrived, a Taser gun was twice used on the man, but he kept coming at them with the bottle.That's when Wing opened fire, killing the man, police said.