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David Zalubowski, Associated Press
Candles burn in front of participants at a vigil near the scene of the early morning fatal shooting of a young woman who hit and injured a Denver Police Department officer while driving a stolen vehicle Monday, Jan. 26, 2015, in northeast Denver.

DENVER — A day after Denver police shot and killed a 16-year-old girl in a stolen car, some residents are calling for charges against the officers responsible.

They plan to rally outside the office of District Attorney Mitch Morrissey on Tuesday morning.

Police shot the girl, identified by friends as Jessica Hernandez, on Monday morning after they say she struck and injured an officer in a stolen car.

Police have released few other details about the shooting in an alley in a residential, middle-class neighborhood.

Several dozen people with candles and protest signs gathered near the site Monday night to remember Jessica and demand answers about the shooting.