Daniels became “agitated” when he saw his girlfriend’s estranged husband spending time with his girlfriend’s 6-year-old son outside and shot him in front of the boy, prosecutors said.
About 150 protesters marched from the Harvey Milk Park to the federal building on 501 West Ocean Boulevard chanting, “Robert, Robert what’s your price?/ LBPD works with ICE” among other things.
“There were no traffic fatalities in the area in 2018 and according to detectives, the four this year were caused by vehicles failing to yield to pedestrians,” a police spokeswoman said.
The police and fire departments had also seized nearly 10,000 pounds of fireworks total and arrested eight people since Memorial Day weekend.
The groups will also be protesting the “carve-outs” made in the Long Beach Values Act of 2018, which is the resolution that first aligned itself with the state’s sanctuary bill that banned local law enforcement from coordinating with federal immigration officers.
The epicenter was in Searles Valley, which is about 192 miles from Long Beach.
The man barricaded himself inside after officers from the Los Angeles Police Department originally tried to arrest him at 5:35 a.m.
On the first day of trial Tuesday, prosecutors brought multiple witnesses to the stand who described the events leading up to and after the shooting death of 38-year-old William Hayes on April 19, 2017.
Officers were called to the area near Pacific Avenue and 19th Street around 9:45 Friday night where they found a man with non-life threatening wounds to his upper body, a spokeswoman said.
The position has been vacant for more than 25 years.