Police said the crime stemmed from a February 2018 firearms arrest that fell apart when detectives compared the officers’ reports to surveillance video
Police got a woman out of the home after they “heard calls of help coming from inside,” according to an LBPD spokesman.
A police cruiser also collided with a U.S. Postal Service truck during the pursuit, but nobody was seriously injured.
Chris Zamora transformed the city’s gang strategy and spearheaded a more humane posture on homelessness and drug addiction, according to his colleagues.
Firefighters rushed to the scene before calling for help from the police, believing a man inside the gas station had a gun.
Chris Zamora was well known for his work combating gang and hate crimes.
Bystanders pulled a woman’s body out of the ocean after spotting it floating near the water’s edge, police said.
Among the attendees was a man who said he’s been a Long Beach firefighter for 15 years, and said his colleagues in the LBFD are worried about losing their jobs.
Police spent hours negotiating with the suspected burglars after surrounding the business, authorities said.
The Long Beach City Council is set to vote on a $425,000 payment to settle the case at its next meeting.