A Long Beach financial advisor who admitted to embezzling almost $1 million deserves to go to prison for victimizing 12 hard-working people, a judge said.
“I just want him to look at me,” the victim’s son said as the accused killer made his first court appearance and pleaded not guilty.
Police said the woman told them she was driving north on Atlantic Avenue in North Long Beach when someone shot at her car.
After a crash on the 605 Freeway, the man beat the other driver with a tire iron, leaving her with major injuries, according to the CHP.
Nobody was seriously hurt, but crews had to call in heavy equipment to hoist the tractor-trailer out of a the ditch.
Heavily armed officers rushed to Holy Innocents Church at 20th Street and Pasadena Avenue, but the report turned out to be false.
The first major document released under a new transparency law shows Long Beach police decided officers almost always acted within policy when they shot people over the past five years.
Witnesses said the woman was found facedown by the curb in the heart of Downtown Long Beach.
One person was sent to the hospital with burns when two separate fires charred a one-story house and clogged a beachfront high-rise with smoke.
A man and a woman were wounded in the large fracas on Paramount Boulevard just north of Candlewood Street Tuesday night, police said.