The incident began at approximately 1 p.m. Wednesday when officers responded to a battery call, which they later determined to be felony spousal abuse, said LBPD spokesperson Allison Gallagher.
A police spokesperson said officers responded to the 600 block of Artesia Boulevard around 7:10 a.m. Thursday where they found a woman with a knife near the Chase Bank located at the Uptown Commons retail development.
Angel Miguel Otero is gravely disabled and may become easily disoriented.
The officer charged with sharing images of kids being sexually abused has retired. He’s expected to receive a $7,800 monthly pension, a city official said.
The suspect ended up ditching the stolen vehicle and fleeing on foot, prompting police to set up a perimeter.
Prosecutors filed four felonies against an officer arrested last month on suspicion of sharing images on social media of children being sexually abused.
Police were called at about 9:30 a.m. for reports of a body floating in the water in the 3000 block of East Shoreline Drive.
“The seriousness of this challenge is that we must find new solutions, renew our existing efforts to keep our communities safe and free of violence,” one councilwoman said.
The helicopter landed prior to the thunderstorm rolling into Long Beach.
ICE had access to the data from February until November, the LBPD said.