A man was rushed to the hospital in critical condition after being shot a few blocks away from Cesar E. Chavez Park in Long Beach Wednesday night, according to police.
An early-morning crash today left a big-rig on its side, shutting down the southbound lanes of the 103 Freeway at Pacific Coast Highway in West Long Beach.
Police are treating the killing as an act of self-defense.
She was standing at the back of her SUV, which was double-parked on Coronado Avenue near 3rd Street, when the driver rear-ended her, police wrote.
The man was not supposed to have the gun because he was already facing domestic violence charges, according to police.
Until yesterday, the LBPD said only that it had been reviewing the circumstances of the K-9 Ozzy’s death. The IA investigation marks an escalation in that probe.
A man suspected of stabbing a woman during an argument was arrested two days later when officers found him driving a stolen vehicle near the scene of the crime, Long Beach police said.
The attack left the victim with cuts to her upper body, according to police. Medics took her to a local hospital where she was treated.
Long Beach police surrounded a home and began searching for a man who reportedly had a gun this morning before they determined the call was unfounded, according to authorities.
The driver was headed west on Second when he swerved around a car stopped at a stop sign and collided with another car headed north on Temple, the LBPD said.