The Latest: Man fatally shot by Louisiana officer identified

November 14, 2017 - 10:44 am

(AP) _ The Latest on a deadly police shooting in Baton Rouge (all times local):
 
     10:10 a.m.
 
A man who was fatally shot in a struggle with a Louisiana police officer has been identified. 

Louisiana State Police Senior Trooper Bryan Lee confirmed Tuesday the man who was killed at a Baton Rouge apartment complex was 24-year-old Calvin Toney. 
 
Calvin Coleman, who identified himself as the man's father, said his son was black. 
 
Authorities say Toney was shot and killed in an altercation with a police officer who had been escorting a state child welfare case worker. Officials have not identified or released any details about the officer.
 
Dozens of people, many shouting angrily, had gathered Monday night at the scene of the fatal police shooting. By Tuesday morning, they had left the apartment complex.
 
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     9:45 a.m.
 
Protesters have left an apartment complex where authorities say a Louisiana police officer got into a struggle with a man who was shot and killed.
 
Dozens of people, many shouting angrily, had gathered Monday night at the scene of the fatal police shooting in Baton Rouge. By Tuesday morning, they were gone.
 
A maintenance worker at the complex asked an Associated Press reporter to leave the site Tuesday, saying tensions were high after the shooting. 
 
Authorities say the police officer had been escorting a state child welfare case worker when the shooting happened. Officials have not identified or released any details about the officer and the man he shot.

Calvin Coleman, who identified himself as the father of the man who was shot, said his son was black.
 
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     5:45 a.m.
 
Authorities say a Louisiana police officer escorting a state child welfare case worker at a Baton Rouge apartment complex got into a struggle with a man, who was shot and killed.
 
Louisiana State Police spokesman Trooper Bryan Lee says the officer suffered minor injuries in the Monday night shooting.
 
Dozens of people gathered at the scene afterward.
 
East Baton Rouge District Attorney Hillar Moore III said a stun gun was deployed at least once during the struggle, but he couldn't specify how many times it was used or who fired it. He said the man was not handcuffed at the time.
 
Calvin Coleman, who identified himself as the father of the man who was shot, said his son was black.
 
Officials did not identify or release any details about the officer and the suspect.
 

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