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Man fatally shot near San Fernando High School; Killer at large

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A killer is at large after a man was fatally shot this morning near Oneida Avenue and Chamberlain Street.

A shooting was reported around 1:30 am and upon arriving at the scene, police found a man suffering a gunshot wound, said Los Angeles Police Department officials.

The victim was pronounced dead at the scene.

Police believe the victim was visiting a friend in the neighborhood, which is one block away from San Fernando High School. The victim’s friends were cooperating with police, according to KTLA, but police have no description of the shooter or vehicle involved.

Woman found dead across the street from LAPD Foothill Station

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Detectives are investigating the death of a woman found yesterday with stab wounds on her torso across the street from the Foothill Division Police Station.

Police said they responded to a possible homicide call on Osborne Street and San Fernando Road at 7:15 p.m. and were directed by pedestrians to the woman, who was found in the parking lot between 7-Eleven and the car wash.  Paramedics pronounced her dead at the scene.

Police would not comment whether the woman was killed at the scene or if the body was dumped there.  The woman’s identity has not been released pending family notification but is described as Hispanic between 30 to 40-years-0ld.

Man shot near Van Nuys and Arleta in stable condition, police say

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No person has been arrested for the shooting yesterday near Van Nuys Boulevard and Arleta Avenue, which means the assailant is still at large.

The shooting occurred October 27 around 3:45 p.m. near the intersection after the victim, who was in his vehicle, and the suspect, who was on foot, exchanged words, said Sergeant Carlsen from the Mission Police Station.  She said the victim and suspect, described only as a Hispanic male, are from rival gangs.

The victim was wounded on his left arm but managed to drive himself up Van Nuys Boulevard and parked in front of the McDonald’s across the street from Mary Immaculate Church.  He was transported to Holy Cross Hospital, where he is now in stable condition.