Shootings were up 145% over the first three months of 2021 compared to the previous year, according to police data.
In a separate shooting in Central Long Beach less than an hour earlier, a parked and unoccupied vehicle was struck will bullets.
Authorities are investigating three separate shootings in Long Beach Saturday evening and into Sunday morning, including one in which a person was hospitalized with gunshot wounds, police said.
Police are investigating these three separate shootings and say that they believe they are unrelated to each other.
With a total of 381 shootings across the city, there were significantly more in 2020 than the previous four years, which had an annual average of 232 shootings.
Police are investigating two separate shootings on Saturday, leaving one man shot at one scene, a building struck in the other and little information on the suspected shooters in both cases, according to authorities.
A woman was shot while getting out of her car Friday night and a man said he was shot in Long Beach, the LBPD said.
The separate attacks began around 2:40 p.m., Friday when a 25-year-old man was killed in an alley near 14th Street and Elm Avenue, police said.
An argument between the suspect and her partner escalated to a shooting with gunfire striking a man and a nearby residence.
Long Beach police were investigating two separate shootings Friday evening that left three men injured.