A small group of demonstrators gathered in front of Long Beach Police Department headquarters Sunday for the third consecutive weekend.
Philip Kahler, 55, was a Corona resident, coroner’s Lt. Larry Dietz said.
Investigators determined the man was riding a bicycle in the auxiliary lane when he was struck by a 2007 Lexus driven by an 83-year-old Long Beach man.
The arrested on suspicion of murder was the live-in boyfriend of 20-year-old victim Tyquesha Myers of Long Beach, authorities said.
Long Beach is expected to hit 93 degrees today, but it’ll still be cooler than many other areas of Southern California, some of which will be under a heat advisory, warning of the high temperatures.
An 82-year old Long Beach man was identified by authorities Wednesday as the pedestrian that was struck and killed by a vehicle last week in East Long Beach.
The union— which represents 18,000 workers at 190 stores in Southern California—announced in late June that its membership had voted overwhelmingly to authorize a strike if talks broke down.
She was also ordered by U.S. District Judge Dolly Gee to pay restitution of about $27.5 million to victims and serve three years under supervised release following her prison stint.
Temperatures once again will hit the 90s in Long Beach and high humidity will make the muggy weather feel even hotter than it will be.
Detectives responded about 9:10 p.m. Thursday to a gunshot victim call in the 1600 block of West 105th Street, near Denker Avenue, where they located the victims, authorities said.