Inglewood Police officers responded to a 9-1-1 call and arrived at the intersection of Nutwood and Market Street to find a man suffering from gunshot wounds.
The coroner has identified Joevon Ricky Glaspie, 19, as the city’s 4th homicide victim, who was pronounced dead at 6:30pm on March 2.
Circumstances surrounding his death are unknown, however, he is the 4th Black man to be murdered in the city this year.
On January 5, Andrew Summerfield, 20, was killed in Darby Park. January 16, Quintez Reeves, 31, was shot to death near a bus stop on Century and Crenshaw and on February 15, Erick Shilling, 51, was shot to death in front of Faith Lutheran Church on 85th and 11th Ave.
Police Chief Mark Fronterotta will be a guest speaker at Councilman George Dotson’s Town Hall, which will be broadcast on Zoom, March 3, where he will speak on safety issues.
Fronterotta spoke during Councilwoman Dionne Faulk’s Town Hall held February 25, where he failed to discuss the uptick in murders.