Resident Herbert Baker brings a bouquet of roses to the memorial site for Carnell Snell Jr.
Two children walk along Western Avenue in the unincorporated neighborhood of Westmont near where Carnell Snell Jr., 18, was killed by Los Angeles Police Department officers Saturday.
“It’s a shame that his life ended at 18 years old,” said Carlena Hall, center, Carnell Snell Jr.'s great-aunt. With Hall are Snell’s sister Tranell Snell, 17, left, and his aunt Debbie Washington.
Mike Miller sits amid dozens of candles that mark the house where Carnell Snell Jr. was fatally shot.
Carl Winzer lights candles at the scene where 18-year-old Carnell Snell Jr. was killed.
Five bullet holes pierce a screened gate where Carnell Snell Jr. was killed.
A “Carnell’s Life Mattered” sign is attached to a stop sign at the corner of 107th Street and Western Avenue near the location where Carnell Snell Jr. was killed.
Resident Steve Vaden, 62, says he saw Carnell Snell Jr. and another man exit a vehicle, which had been reported stolen, on Western Avenue before Snell was killed by LAPD.
Westmont resident Toni McCaleb said she plans to move out of the neighborhood since Saturday’s shooting of Carnell Snell Jr.