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A Crandall Avenue man told police Saturday morning he shot another man to death after an argument over a video game because he wanted ‘‘to protect me and my family.’’

Allen K. Frost, 37, 1012 Crandall Ave., is in Mahoning County Jail following the shooting death of a man who police would not identify to reporters.

When police arrived at Frost’s home shortly before 10:30 a.m. Saturday, they found Frost on the front porch talking on the telephone and the body of another man in the living room.

The male victim was found lying face up with his legs bent under him, the report states. He had been shot in the head, the report states.

Frost told police he and the man began arguing about losing a video game and according to the report, during the argument Frost shot the man ‘‘to protect me and my family.’’

Police found a .38 caliber revolver in a bedroom, the report states.

The shooting death was the fourth homicide in Youngstown last week and the 28th this year.


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