A 32-year-old woman was hit by a truck and killed after she stepped into the street near Cal State Long Beach.
Police cleared the area around Willow Springs Park this morning after a device that appeared to be some kind of explosive was found.
“We’re just finding out what happened to him six months later,” said Viktorya Meeks, the victim’s aunt.
Police say the man’s son, Jason Cortes, is one of the attackers accused of trying to rob 41-year-old Hernan Cortez before killing him in West Long Beach.
The two victims were getting out of their car on Country Club Drive near Stewart Way around 11:40 p.m. when the gunman approached and took a wallet and a phone from them, police said.
Police originally thought the boy died after some kind of medical emergency, but medical examiners recently determined he was killed by “intentional blunt force trauma to the head.”
The DA’s office said Munguia shot Rodriguez in the face “during an argument about who was the owner of a bicycle.”
Mia Goforth left her East Long Beach home on Fidler Avenue near Stearns Street around 7:30 a.m. Jan. 15, the LBPD said.
The DA’s conclusion is not unusual, but the time it took prosecutors to reach that conclusion is out of the ordinary.
Police said the man was shot while trying to rob a location being used for illegal gambling in North Long Beach.