Investigation continues after juvenile taken into custody at mayor’s home after deadly shooting

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CLEVELAND, Ohio -- It's still not clear who was taken into custody at the home of Cleveland Mayor Frank Jackson following a deadly shooting on the city's west side Wednesday.

Cleveland police responded to the shooting near West 51st Street and Clark Avenue Wednesday afternoon.

The medical examiner's office said 30-year-old Antonio Parra died at the scene.

Hours later, the investigation led detectives to the home of Jackson. They went there to question a juvenile and seize a vehicle that, according to I-Team sources, may have been involved in the Clark Avenue shooting. Police confirm a teen was taken in for questioning.

A Ford pick-up truck was also towed from the home. Jackson's home has around the clock police protection, but there were multiple patrol cars and homicide detectives on scene.

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