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Moises Arias, 22

October 24, 2007 |  3:14 pm

Arias_moisesMoises Enriquez Arias, 22, a Latino man, was shot and killed by a black man or youth who got out of black Acura-like car in the 2800 block of South Bronson Avenue in Los Angeles in the LAPD Southwest area at about 5:50 p.m. Monday, Oct. 15. 

Police said Arias was riding a bicycle with a companion just before the shooting. They said the car pulled up and an argument ensued, perhaps after the occupants asked Arias where he was from. One assailant then chased and shot him. The attacker's companion fled. Officers responding to a shooting call found Arias dead between parked cars. Detectives are seeking information. Dets. Sean Hansen and Chris Luna are at (213) 485-1383.

Arias_moises_burger_box_soda A McDonald's 1/3-pound burger box and soda at his sidewalk shrine.

(This is the end of the weekly list of Los Angeles County homicide victims, based on Los Angeles County coroner's records, interviews with police, and other sources.)