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Feud interrupts service of St. Paul bus shooting victim

A service for Earl Freeman, the teen killed on a St. Paul city bus, was interrupted by an ongoing feud between groups of youths.

A church service was to be held Friday for Freeman, 16.

Seventeen-year-old Jerome Cross has been charged with second-degree murder in Freeman's death. He has denied the shooting. His family and friends say he is innocent. Prosecutor’s claim the shooting on the bus happened after two groups had fought.

Police will not comment on whether the fights or the shooting were gang related.