Police arrested a man suspected of stabbing the victim on Monday night.
Long Beach police officers pulled a man over near the 6600 block of Downey Avenue at about 5:30 p.m. Wednesday for tinted windows and not signaling while making a turn, a police spokeswoman said.
Officers will be conducting a checkpoint from 6 p.m. to 2 a.m. somewhere in the West Division area, which includes the Poly, Wrigley and Westside neighborhoods.
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.
In a departure from usual practice, Luna shared with the audience new details—including some about the victim—about what had been originally reported as a shooting in Bixby Knolls on Aug. 9.
Police said the victim initiated a physical altercation.
It could take years to build a permanent replacement for a Long Beach fire station that recently closed because it was overtaken by mold.
“Let’s just say I don’t expect him to reach his minimum parole date before the expiration of his life,” the judge said in court.
Each fire was between 200 and 300 square feet and required multiple fire engines and trucks on scene to shuttle water to the area because of a lack of water supply.
Officers found bullet casings near 10th Street and Myrtle Avenue, a police spokeswoman said.