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Man shot to death near Maywood, Bell border

This post has been updated, as indicated below.

Homicide detectives are investigating the death of a man who was shot and killed Wednesday night near the border of Bell and Maywood, authorities said.

The shooting occurred at about 10 p.m. in the 4500 block of Randolph Street, according to the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department.

The man, who was not immediately identified, was pronounced dead at the scene.

 

[Update, 1:15 p.m. PST Dec. 26: The sheriff’s department says the victim was 17-year-old Luis Mendez, who was walking on Randolph Street when he was chased and shot by four men. The suspects fled in a vehicle. The motive for the shooting is unknown.]

The Sheriff's Department had no information about possible suspects in the shooting and said the investigation was ongoing. 

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Physical therapy: 15% of $4,900 spent to date on physical training since April 25, 2012: $735

(Since completing prescribed physical therapy in April 2012, I have continued physical training sessions once a week with the same therapist who conducted my physical therapy. About 5% of each visit is devoted to hands-on physical therapy to continue trying to loosen my right torso and neck -- after-effects of the fracturing of my right ribs. According to my therapist/trainer, my neck rotation, looking over my right shoulder, continues to lag about 15% compared to the left side of my body. In addition to the physical therapy, much of the exercise I do is focused on regaining flexibility in -- and strengthening -- the injured part of my body. 10% of the exercise time can be attributed. 10% + 5% = 15% of the total cost.)
Gym membership: 10% of the $5,550 membership cost spent to date since my return to California (in July 2011 a month after the accident): $555.

As at physical training sessions, 10% of each gym visit is devoted to regaining flexibility in -- and strengthening -- my core, the injured part of my body.

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