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San Diego police want to talk to Kobe Bryant about alleged altercation

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San Diego police are investigating an allegation that Lakers star Kobe Bryant was involved in altercation with a man at local church, according to a news report by KCBS-TV Channel 2.

The incident occurred Sunday at St. Therese of Carmel Church in Carmel Valley, when Bryant allegedly grabbed a cellphone from the man who sustained an injury to his wrist, according to the report.

Bryant reportedly thought the man was taking photos of him and his wife but saw no photos after inspecting the phone.

A San Diego Police Department spokesman was not available late Monday to confirm the station's report.

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Photo: Kobe Bryant at a press conference in June. Credit: Al Seib/Los Angeles Times

 
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