The family of a 20-year-old college student fatally shot by a Long Beach police officer in May has filed a lawsuit against the city of Long Beach, asking for $30 million in damages and calling for a change in...
Attorneys representing the family of Feras Morad, a 20-year-old Woodland Hills resident fatally shot by a Long Beach police officer in May, announced the filing of a wrongful death claim against the city during a news conference outside the...
A group of protesters supporting the families of Feras Morad and Hector Morejon demonstrated in downtown Long Beach Saturday. Participants eventually took over the streets and confronted Long Beach police on Pine Avenue. No arrests were made.
The Long Beach Police Department has released the name of the officer who fatally shot 20-year-old Woodland Hills resident Feras Morad on May 27, in response to a Public Records Act request filed by the Post.
Nearly 100 people turned out in support of Woodland Hills resident Feras Morad—who was fatally shot by a Long Beach police officer—during a rally and march Thursday afternoon near the Long Beach Civic Center and Downtown area.
The Long Beach Police Department released 911 and dispatcher calls Wednesday related to the fatal officer-involved shooting of Woodland Hills resident Feras Morad last week.
Supporters of Woodland Hills resident Feras Morad, who was fatally shot by a Long Beach police officer last week, will hold a rally and march Thursday afternoon to call for police transparency.