It started with a 911 call reporting a burglary at about 9 p.m. Two neighbors reportedly heard banging and saw that a screen had been removed from the window of a home and heard gunshots coming from the south.
One neighbor called 911. Police said 18-year-old Seth King, armed with a pellet gun, and another person went to confront the suspects -- and man and a woman -- to try to stop the break-in.
When police arrived on the scene, they found King lying in the street; he had been shot to death.
Officers searched the home that was the would-be burglars' target. Inside they found materials for packaging drugs and not much else. The lack of furniture and other things you might normally find in a home led investigators to believe the residence might be a drug drop house.
Police said they are looking for a late model 4-door car, possibly a Mitsubishi-style vehicle with tinted windows. A silver Acura was seen leaving the area, as well.