Law enforcement swarmed a home near Colorado Lagoon as part of a statewide investigation into unemployment fraud.
Long Beach police arrested a 26-year-old man on suspicion of human trafficking after receiving a 911 call from the suspected victim early Thursday morning, authorities said.
No one was found inside, but officers returned with a wheelbarrow full of copper piping.
The driver abandoned the car in the area of Fifth Street and Junipero Avenue, fled on foot, and was ultimately arrested at 2300 block of E. fifth Street, police said.
The shooting began around 1:30 p.m. at Plymouth Street and Long Beach Boulevard where “multiple suspects exchanged gunfire,” police said.
The adult male body was seen floating in the water at 1600 Harbor Scenic Drive, near the Pier J fishing spot.
Few details were immediately available, but police said they were investigating a “possible shooting” at Fourth Street and Atlantic Avenue.
Two non-fatal shooting and stabbing incidents occurred Friday night Long Beach police said.
Long Beach police were trying to convince a burglary suspect to come down from the rooftops where he was evading officers in the Alamitos Beach neighborhood this morning.
The report includes only the eight largest agencies: the CHP; Los Angeles police and sheriff’s departments; sheriffs in Riverside, San Bernardino and San Diego counties; and police departments in San Diego and San Francisco.