The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors today renewed $10,000 rewards offered for information related to three unsolved, unrelated homicides in Long Beach that took place in 2012 and 2014.

Supervisor Don Knabe recommended extended the rewards for at least another 90 days, since they were set to expire soon.

Lashown Fils

A reward for information about the death of Lashown Fils was renewed for the second time, after it was first issued in May 2012 and renewed in October 2012.

Fils, 26, was found shot in the chest and left lying in the street near 14th Street and Cedar Avenue at about 4:00AM on January 11, 2012. He was pronounced dead at a hospital a few hours later, according to the Long Beach Police Department.

Anyone with information about Fils’ case was asked to call Detectives Terri Hubert at (562) 570-5735 or Mark Bigel at (562) 570-7244.

Seaborn Mason

Another reward was issued for information about the death of Seaborn Mason after the reward was first issued in November 2012.

Police said on July 23, 2012 at about 11:00PM, Mason, 50, was standing in front of a convenience store in the 400 block of East South Street when someone shot him several times in the chest.

Investigators believe there were several witnesses in the area when the crime occurred, but no one has come forward yet with information about hearing an argument or seeing a fight before the shots were fired.

Anyone with information about Mason’s case was asked to call Detectives Malcolm Evans and Todd Johnson at 562-570-7247.

Daniel Gomez

A reward was re-issued for information about the death of Daniel Gomez in September 2014 after it was first issued in November 2014.

Long Beach Police Department (LBPD) officers arrived on the scene at about 12:11AM on September 13 to find an unconscious man, later identified as Gomez, lying in the street 115 feet past the initial area of impact. Long Beach Fire Department personnel transported Gomez to a local hospital where he had succumbed to major injuries and was pronounced dead.

A preliminary investigation found that Gomez was walking across Spring St. outside of a crosswalk when he was struck by a 2011-2014 silver Honda Fit traveling west on Spring. After hitting the victim, the vehicle left more than 107 feet of locked-wheel skids before fleeing the scene, according to the LBPD.

The driver of the Honda has not yet been identified and is not in custody, authorities stated. As such, it has yet to be determined whether alcohol was a factor in the collision.

Police said the driver’s side of the car should have damage to its front bumper and hood, a broken headlamp, and a broken or missing side mirror housing. There also may be damage to the windshield.

Anyone with information which could lead to the identification of the hit-and-run driver is urged to call LBPD detective Steve Fox at 562-570-7355. Anonymous tips may be submitted by calling 800-222-TIPS (8477), texting TIPLA plus your tip to CRIMES (274637), or visiting

City News Service contributed to this report.