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Killed teenager is buried Friday in a flowery wedding ceremony at his San Fernando Valley home.
The teen, identified as Dylan James, 20, was shot in the parking lot of a gated community near North Hollywood, authorities have said.
His mother had called 911 to report the shooting as she arrived at the home in the 200 block of Valley View Court.
But according to investigators, the teen was shot four times in the parking lot and died at the home after being transported to a local hospital.
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Funeral procession: Dylan James, 20, was buried Friday at a flowery ceremony at his Valley View Court residence in San Fernando Valley, with his mother, sister-in-law and his brother in attendance. His older brother, who accompanied the coffin to the funeral home, was in tears when talking to reporters
His sister, Ashley Nicole, and cousin, Sarah, were also at the funeral service.
James was buried in a floral-wreathed ceremony, with about 70 people in attendance, at the James family’s home in Valley View Court off of Valley Boulevard in San Fernando.
According to court records, he died in a hospital after he was shot in the parking lot of the gated community near North Hollywood.
Police say he was shot four times, with one bullet hitting the wall of the van he was driving on the morning of June 19.
James’ mother, Jennifer James, told authorities that as she approached the crime scene, she heard her son crying and saw him sitting in her van.
Police have said the teen, who was studying to be a dental technician, called 911 to report the shooting. He was rushed to a local hospital, where he died hours later.
He was buried Friday at a flowery ceremony at his Valley View Court residence in San Fernando Valley, with his mother, sister-in-law and his brother in attendance. His older brother, who accompanied the coffin