The motive is unknown, police said, but the incident is being investigated as domestic violence.
Police arrested a Long Beach man on suspicion of attempted murder after a woman was intentionally hit by a car in late September, and later died of her injuries, police said Thursday.
A ghost gun refers to firearms that are bought or assembled from pieces that cannot be traced, and are devoid of a serial number.
Emergency officials got multiple calls from residents about the man, who was in the area of Wilton Street and Grand Avenue.
Police located and recovered two missing teen girls in the investigation.
On July 22, police arrested 23-year-old Long Beach resident Maria Urieta, who they have accused of providing aid to Juan Lopez, who was arrested earlier on suspicion of murder, to protect him from trial, conviction or sentencing, police said.
A registered sex offender on parole was arrested Thursday for allegedly standing outside a Long Beach house and masturbating while watching a 15-year-old girl inside on a couch, police said.
“The exact motive for the shooting is currently unknown,” police said in a statement. “However, the incident is being investigated as gang-related.”
The arrest doesn’t stem from the rants, but the woman was also wanted for an alleged battery charge that stems from an October incident at Del Amo Mall in Torrance, KCAL9 reported.
The victim was riding his bike along the river trail near the College Park Estates neighborhood when a group of juveniles punched and kicked him and then stole his wallet and cellphone as he laid injured on the ground, police said.