Officers this morning initially responded to an “unknown trouble” call, which turned out to be a report of an assault with a deadly weapon, according to the LBPD.
The victim was at a “large gathering” Thursday night in North Long Beach when police believe he got into a dispute with someone at the party and was shot, police said.
When officers checked the area, they found bullet casings, indicating a shooting had happened, police said.
Officers were first called to the 1400 block of Chestnut Avenue at 1:10 p.m. about an “unwelcome person call” that turned into a stabbing, police said.
The company is known for its locally brewed craft kombucha with its light and delicate flavors such as lavender, jasmine peony and lemongrass oolong.
Alexandro Carnes, 33, was arrested on suspicion of murder on Nov. 5, but days before was apparently driving 20 to 30 miles per hour on the wrong side of Shoreline Drive when he crashed into another vehicle, city prosecutor Doug Haubert said.
While investigators think it’s a methane leak, authorities haven’t yet confirmed the source or the official cause.
Police are investigating a deadly shooting that was sparked by a fight during a large gathering in North Long Beach Thursday night.
Officials had started investigating the outbreak last week when two officers in the North Division and one in the South Division tested positive on Nov. 6 and 7.
“The City of Long Beach will continue to monitor data and consult with Los Angeles County on any possible future restrictions to the Safer at Home Health Order,” officials said.