Columbus police said police officers were first called to the scene for the uproar.
Columbus, Ohio — A family confirmed on 10TV that the person shot dead by police in southeastern Columbus on Tuesday was a 16-year-old Makia Briant.
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Police officers were called to block 3100 in Legion Lane, north of Chatterton Road, shortly after 4:30 pm due to the uproar.
The family says Bryant called the police for help because the girl was fighting outside her house.
Brian was taken to Mount Carmel East in crisis and later sentenced to death.
In the statement Tweet on Tuesday night“A young woman died tragically,” said Mayor Andrew Ginther, saying there was a body camera footage of the incident. Ginther urged people to “calm down” and allow investigators to collect facts.
Members of the Mothers of Murdered Columbus Children have gathered in the area, some with a sign that says “enough” and others that say “black children are important.”
A crowd of demonstrators gathered outside the Columbus department of the police’s downtown headquarters and changed to “Please say her name, Makia Bryant!”.
Family: A 16-year-old girl shot dead by a police officer in southeastern Columbus
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