Los Angeles Police Department officials met with members of the Muslim community on Friday to mend some fences in the wake of the fatal police shooting of a local 19-year-old Afghan-American.

The commanding officer of Devonshire Division and the department's inspector general appeared at the Islamic Center of Northridge's mosque in Granada Hills.

About 50 members of the congregation stayed following afternoon prayers to hear Devonshire Captain Kris Pitcher explain what he could about the incident.

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