A photo of guns with writing that warned people not to come to a Long Beach high school was posted on social media before it was quickly retracted Monday evening, police said.
The shootings happened within a half mile of each other but do not appear related, authorities said.
Officials are still trying to determine if he died from a police officer’s bullet or from injuries suffered when a police vehicle struck him.
The driver of the older model grey SUV, only described as a man, stopped temporarily after the crash but then fled southbound on Atlantic Avenue before officers got there, police said.
The LBPD said they were notified by the Riverside Police Department n Thursday that they arrested a person of interest in a series of peeping incidents from 2019.
CBS2 reported the armed man walked into a liquor store in the 5400 block of Atlantic Boulevard, which is near Market Street, and shot a man and woman.
The man told police he heard a loud pop and saw that he had been hit.
Authorities today identified a man who was killed in an officer-involved shooting in Long Beach after police say he brandished a gun toward an officer and fired a shot.
He was caught after a bus driver saw him dump a white liquid into the paved creek, which drains into the Los Cerritos Channel and then into the Pacific Ocean.
The 13-second clip shows an officer on top of a man in the street near the corner of Fourth Street and Atlantic Avenue. A second officer then begins hitting the man’s legs.