Fatal military sharpened of 18-year-old after follow draws indignant throng in South LA

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Los Angeles police fatally shot an 18-year-old male Saturday in South Los Angeles after he bailed out of a automobile being followed by officers and ran away on foot.

The deadly shooting of a man, identified by his relatives as Carnell Snell Jr., stirred anger among residents that lingered into a night. Police contend Snell was armed with a gun, yet residents roughly immediately questioned that account.

The events heading adult to a sharpened began about 1 p.m. , when officers speckled a automobile with paper plates and attempted to stop it, meditative a automobile might have been stolen, Sgt. Barry Montgomery told reporters during 108th Street and Western Avenue.

When a motorist of the automobile unsuccessful to stop, officers began a pursuit, Montgomery said.

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UPDATES:

7:50 p.m.: This story has been updated with new information from a contributor during a scene.

5:46 p.m.: This story has been updated with new information from military and witnesses during a scene.

10:32 p.m.: This story has been updated with information about a second newcomer who was in a vehicle.

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