Two men involved in an erratic, high speed chase involving a stolen car that led to the death of the suspect driver Tuesday morning, have been identified by authorities.
Long Beach police shot and killed an armed suspect in the City of Carson on Sunday after linking him to a shooting that took place in North Long Beach the night before that left a man critically injured, authorities said.
A man who allegedly slit his own throat with a knife and then charge at police, resulting in an officer-involved shooting, has been identified as a 25-year-old Lakewood resident, authorities said.
Authorities said today that the murder suspect involved in Friday’s officer-involved shooting in Wilmington remains hospitalized and was booked for murder among other charges, according to the Long Beach Police Department (LBPD).
Criminal charges will not be filed against two Long Beach officers who shot and killed a fleeing theft suspect in 2014, according to county prosecutors who concluded there was “insufficient evidence.”
A memorial service has been scheduled for Long Beach Police K-9 Credo, who was killed by friendly fire during an officer-involved shooting Tuesday that also led to the fatal shooting of an attempted murder suspect.
The crowd numbered upwards of 80 people, as individuals clamored to the alleyway near 1500 Temple Street to honor the life of Barry Prak, whom family and friends have named as the man killed in the officer-involved shooting that occurred Tuesday, which also took the life of Credo the Long Beach Police K-9.
A Long Beach police K-9 who was killed while attempting to detain a shooting suspect Tuesday morning was struck by friendly fire, authorities announced late Tuesday night.
An officer-involved shooting occurred while Long Beach Police were conducting an investigation regarding a male suspect wanted in connection with an assault with a deadly weapon case.
A federal jury in Los Angeles has delivered a unanimous verdict against the two officers of the Long Beach Police Department (LBPD) who fatally shot Tyler Woods in a November 2013 incident, awarding Woods’ parents $1.05 million in damages, the lawyer representing Woods’ parents announced Wednesday.