Published September 26, 2017
The Latest on the 2016 fatal shooting of a man by Los Angeles police (all times local):
A civilian oversight board has found Los Angeles police officers acted within policy in the fatal shooting of an 18-year-old man that sparked several Black Lives Matter protests.
The Los Angeles Police Commission issued its decision Tuesday in the October 2016 shooting of Carnell Snell Jr. in South Los Angeles.
While the commissioners found the use of deadly force was in line with department policy, they faulted the tactics used by the officers.
Police said Snell was shot and killed after officers stopped a suspected stolen car and he fled with a gun.
Police later took the unusual step of publicly disclosing video showing Snell holding the gun.
A police spokesman said three people who protested at Tuesday's meeting were arrested on suspicion of obstructing a public officer.
Authorities say three people were arrested after protesting during a Los Angeles Police Commission meeting where the oversight panel was expected to review the fatal police shooting of an 18-year-old.
Police Officer Drake Madison says the three were arrested Tuesday morning on suspicion of obstructing a public officer.
Police could not immediately provide the names of the three people who were arrested.
The oversight panel was set to review the 2016 fatal shooting of Carnell Snell Jr.
Police said Snell was shot and killed in South Los Angeles after officers stopped a suspected stolen car and he fled with a gun.
His killing prompted Black Lives Matter protests in the city.
Police took the unusual step of publicly disclosing video showing Snell holding the gun.