On Tuesday, exactly two weeks shy of the anniversary of Fred Taft’s murder at Pan American Park, dozens of relatives and community members returned to the scene of the crime to bring awareness to his unsolved shooting.
Taft had been attending a family reunion at Pan American Park when he was gunned down in the bathroom on July 21.
Detectives are still hunting for whoever shot a grandfather to death during a family reunion this summer. They hope a sketch will spark new leads.
The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors today renewed rewards for information leading to arrests and convictions in two Long Beach homicides in which victims were shot or struck by hit-and-run motorists.
The family of Fred Taft is still looking for answers in the shooting death of the beloved father and grandfather.
Taft, a 57-year-old grandfather, was shot during a crowded family reunion at a Long Beach park. Police think there are more witnesses who haven’t yet come forward.
Fred Taft was shot to death in a park bathroom during a family reunion. Police have resisted calling the slaying a hate crime, but his family, friends and activists have pushed them to do so.
Detectives think there are more people out there with information about the killing of Fred Taft, a Long Beach grandfather.
Frustrated at the lack attention on the shooting death of Fred Taft, a group of about 40 people gathered Saturday afternoon to plan.
Police said the murder of Fred Taft, who shot was in the bathroom at Pan American Park, has not been deemed a racial killing—but that they are seeking a white man in his 50s in relation to the crime.