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Suspect in deadly 'swatting' call in Kansas held without bail in LA

LOS ANGELES - A man arrested in Los Angeles on suspicion of making a 911 call to police in Kansas as part of a deadly "swatting" prank is being held without bail pending an extradition hearing, authorities said Tuesday.

Tyler Raj Barriss, 25, was arrested in South L.A. on Friday on an arrest warrant

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