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. Prosecutorâ€™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.