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.
A group of family and friends mingled calmly in the moments before a press conference yesterday evening concerning the death of 21-year-old Long Beach resident Lionel Gibson. Shortly after the conference, police identified the two other men arrested on May 7, and stated the incident is being investigated as gang-related.
A Los Angeles Superior Court judge dismissed a lawsuit filed by the twin brother of a man fatally shot by Long Beach police officers after an armed robbery in August 2012.
A man shot and killed by Long Beach police Saturday has been identified as a 21-year-old Long Beach resident.
The family of a man once known as “Mr. Athletic” and described as a gentle person suffering from a mental disorder announced legal action against the Long Beach Police Department, three months after police fatally shot the man officials said was armed with a knife.
A man was fatally shot by police when he attempted to evade officers during a traffic stop in North Long Beach Thursday evening, Long Beach police announced Friday morning.
The suspect linked to last week’s officer-involved shooting, Cory Jamal Boyce, 28, was arraigned Wednesday, according to the Long Beach Police Department (LBPD).
A Bellflower man was booked on felony firearm possession and residential burglary charges after an officer-involved shooting in Long Beach Wednesday afternoon, which began when police attempted to make a traffic stop on a vehicle in which he was a passenger, authorities said.
The man killed by Long Beach police at a Long Beach arcade while waving a knife from a chair and disregarding police commands Monday has been identified as 39-year-old Mharloun Saycon of Carson.