Suspect identified in killing of South L.A. man found in refrigerator
Police have identified a suspect in the killing of a 41-year-old man found inside a refrigerator in South Los Angeles last month, authorities said.
Los Angeles police Det. Chris Barling said the 57-year-old suspect is already in custody on an unrelated charge. He declined to identify the man pending further investigation.
Felix Potter was found Nov. 10 inside a refrigerator in the 600 block of West 57th Street in Vermont-Slauson. Two workers cleaning out the apartment found Potter, who was in the process of being evicted from the home where he lived for about two years, Barling said.
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