Two cars and two nearby residential buildings were hit by gunfire, but nobody was injured, police said.
Si alguna vez ha disfrutado del flan de restaurantes locales como El Taco Loco # 3 en Magnolia Avenue, Los Tres Cochinitos en Wilmington o La Michoacana en Seventh Street, son creaciones de Daniel Gascón, de 58 años, propietario de Molto Buono Cheese Flan Factory en el oeste de Long Beach.
The Long Beach Police Department said in a statement that they believe the suspect, Daniel Williams of Santa Ana, did not know the victim, Javante Fearence of Long Beach, prior to the incident, but that homicide detectives collected evidence of his involvement in the fatal shooting.
Both victims were transported to a local hospital with non-life-threatening gunshot wounds, police said.
The two victims were pronounced dead at the scene and at least one vehicle caught fire, the CHP said.
If you’ve ever relished flan from local eateries like El Taco Loco, Los Tres Cochinitos or La Michoacana, those belong to 58-year-old Daniel Gascón, owner of Molto Buono Cheese Flan Factory in West Long Beach. Now, he’s bouncing back from the pandemic with a total of seven flan flavors.
“It was just kind of devastating ‘cause I know a lot of the kids like to play with that, and a lot of people go to the park for that,” one local said.
La encuesta mostró que el 40% de los encuestados sintieron síntomas de salud negativos durante los días calurosos y el 79% dijo que “el calor cambia la forma en que viajo”.
“Coffee with a Cop” will take place at the Starbucks at 281 E. Willow St. between 10 a.m. and noon, according to Long Beach police.
The survey, conducted in June, showed 40% of respondents experienced negative health symptoms on hot days, and 79% said that “heat changes how I travel.”