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Hundreds of demonstrators protesting the fatal police shooting of an unarmed Black teenager wound through the streets of Pittsburgh Friday night. Four of the protesters were arrested, as they blocked major roadways and intersections. Including the area around PNC Park, where baseball's Pittsburgh Pirates were playing the Arizona Diamondbacks. It was only the latest in a series of marches protesting the shooting of 17-year-old Antoine Rose.
As he ran from an officer in East Pittsburgh June 19. Police said the teen was a passenger in a car they had stopped as they searched for suspects in a drive by shooting earlier that day. They questioned and released the driver of the car, but say another man who ran from the vehicle remains at large.
Officers say two guns were found in the vehicle but none on Rose. His death is the latest in a string of killings of black men by police that have triggered protests. And fueled a national debate about bias of the US criminal justice system.