The victim told the officers he had been stabbed by a man after an argument with a group of people inside a liquor store on Atlantic Avenue and 53rd Street, about a mile from the substation.
Applicants for the city and county waivers must provide letters of support from parent, teacher and staff groups and attest they have enough personal protective equipment to protect those in the school and plans in place for periodic testing of staff.
Surrounded by plexiglass, a young woman took the stand in a Long Beach courtroom Tuesday morning to testify against the man police believe kidnapped her from a Downtown Long Beach parking garage and repeatedly sexually assaulted her in her own car in March.
Police said they arrested 48-year-old Richard Young on suspicion of murder and being a felon in possession of a firearm after a brief pursuit through the Hellman neighborhood Monday afternoon.
The victims are now in stable condition at local hospitals, according to authorities.
For those left on campus, the few freedoms they had have mostly evaporated because of a COVID-19 outbreak.
Police poured into a North Long Beach neighborhood Friday afternoon when at least one person was wounded in a shooting.
Police found the victim suffering from multiple gunshot wounds in the common area of a residential complex on the 900 block of Obispo Avenue, officials said.
Police found the victim with gunshot wounds to his upper and lower body after getting a report of gunshots near the 1700 block of Locust Avenue, spokesman Brandon Fahey said.
An investigation by the coroner’s office revealed the baby had suffered “non-accidental trauma at hands of another” on his upper body, police said.