The Long Beach Police Department needs volunteers for a new program where community members can help people recover in the aftermath of traumatic events.
The judge said it was “difficult to understand” Sheffield’s actions in April 2016 when he closed the apartment’s door, picked up a bloody knife on the driveway and placed it back inside through a broken window.
The incident likely wouldn’t have gained much attention if not for a video that shows one of the police officers hitting Martindale’s legs with a baton while they try to handcuff him.
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.
“It is unacceptable that we have 16- and 17-year-olds who are being introduced to the gang lifestyle,” LBPD Chief Robert Luna said.
A beloved grandfather is dead after a patient at College Medical Center in Long Beach attacked him, inflicting serious injuries that eventually killed him, authorities said today.
She admitted that her husband “slapped her in the face and that she responded by running him over with her vehicle,” according to court documents.
“This is the most serious case of invasion of privacy I have seen in my 20 years as a prosecutor,” City Prosecutor Doug Haubert said.
Detectives along with SWAT and K-9 officers served a search warrant at the property on Anaheim Street at Stanley Avenue and confiscated two firearms, illegal gaming equipment and about $1,200 in cash, according to the Long Beach Police Department.
The deal includes raises, increased paid child care and also a provision that would allow officers to be alerted as to who is requesting public documents related to them.