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NYPD lieutenant gets attacked, arrested after accusation of sexual battery at Long Beach event • Long Beach Post
Police arrested Jonathan Simons, 35, early Sunday morning at a local hospital where he’d been taken after getting into a fight with another guest at the event, Long Beach Police Department spokesman Ben Hearst said.
Huntington Beach police arrest Anaheim man suspected of DUI in fatal collision
Police arrested a man on suspicion of drunken driving on Friday, Sept. 14, after his sedan rolled over and struck another vehicle, killing his passenger the day before in Huntington Beach.
Man in Custody Following Gunfire Near Elementary School in Long Beach: Police
According to investigators, gunfire erupted between two vehicles traveling south on Long Beach Boulevard. The suspects were gone by the time officers arrived, Chavarria said.
L.A. County Department of Public Health issues mosquito warning | Orange County Breeze
The West Nile virus is spread by mosquito bites and can pass unnoticed in many people or create flu-like symptoms. But the virus can also cause serious illness (and even death) in people at greatest risk such as the elderly and those with medical conditions like cancer, diabetes, high blood pressure
Long Beach trucking company ordered to pay $3.5 million for underpaying employees
A Long Beach trucking company must pay $3.5 million to 1,416 employees after an investigation revealed it underpaid federally contracted warehouse workers and truck drivers, it was announced last week.
Man Who Was ‘Bleeding Profusely’ Dies After Police Use Stun Gun During Struggle Outside His Long Beach Home
The incident began about 1:20 a.m., when officers responded to reports of a man yelling and acting violently inside a home in the 100 block of Santa Ana Avenue, according to the Long Beach Police Department.
Autonomous transit, more electric options coming to Long Beach with Knight grant
The grant is part of the Foundation’s Smart Cities initiative, launched earlier this year, that focuses on examining the role of technology in the lives of residents and the effects that has on governance, space, and livability.
1st private moon flight passenger to invite creative guests
LOS ANGELES (AP) -- After announcing that he'll take the first-ever commercial rocket trip around the moon, Yusaku Maezawa said he wants company for the weeklong journey. The Japanese billionaire said he plans to invite six to eight artists, architects, designers and other creative people to join hi
Deputies Injured While Responding To Protest in Compton
Two deputies suffered minor injuries Tuesday when they responded to a protest outside a Compton beauty supply shop and got into a fight with some suspects.The deputies responded about 5:25 p.m. to a reported disturbance at the shop in a strip mall in the area of Central Avenue and Alondra Boulevard
Getting up close and personal to photograph homeless people is the focus of Long Beach man’s advocacy
David Freeman photographs Robin Wilson, 57, and her dog Frankie near Lincoln Ave. and Beach Blvd. in Anaheim on Thursday, Sept. 13, 2018. (Photo by Kevin Sullivan, Orange County Register/SCNG)
Mayor Pro Tem Stacy Berry elected as Second Vice President of the League of California Cities Orange County Division | Orange County Breeze
Last week, Sept. 13, Mayor Pro Tem Stacy Berry was elected to serve as the Second Vice President of the League of California Cities Orange County Division. This position is voted on an at-large basis by the entire Orange County Division membership, and puts Mayor Pro Tem Berry on the path toward the
Female Sheriff's Deputy Involved In Fight During Arrest In Compton
COMPTON (CBSLA)– Sheriff’s officials say two deputies who responded to a disturbance at a beauty supply shop where protesters had gathered in the area of Central Avenue and Alondra Boulevard in Compton ended up getting into a fight with people at the scene.The protesters had gathered at the business
Long Beach Earns Prestigious Arts Award With Pow! Wow!
Artist Leon Keer works on a mural earlier this year during Pow! Wow 2018.—Photo courtesy Pow! Wow!
The complete and essential guide to Long Beach burgers: 2018 Edition
In other words, it’s a hamburger that is hard to find in Long Beach; true, quality bistro fare that takes a hard ponder to think of when it comes to Long Beach grub. There was, however, a burger beforehand that used to own its top spot…
Man accused of sexually assaulting 4 girls in South LA, Compton
Christopher William Roby, 39, is suspected of having numerous other victims dating back to 2003, authorities said.
App that allows Long Beach police messages to disappear sparks legal furor
The Long Beach Police Department has for years used an application that allows officers to message each other with potentially sensitive information before it’s automatically erased, shielding it from detection, according to areport Tuesdayby the news network Al Jazeera.
Musk names Jap billionaire for ‘dangerous mission’ to moon
Maezawa will fly on Space Exploration Technologies Corp.’s BFR rocket on the trip in 2023, Musk announced Monday. SpaceX expects Maezawa, 42, to be the first private passenger to make the journey that only two dozen astronauts have been on during the Apollo era that ended 46 years ago.
Body Found Beneath Compton House; No Foul Play Suspected
The discovery was first reported about 5:30 p.m. in the 3700 block of Pauline Street, just east of Long Beach Boulevard, a Los Angeles County Fire Department officials said.
Chronic Tacos to celebrate National Taco Day by giving away free tacos | Orange County Breeze
Chronic Tacos, the California-inspired Mexican grill, is celebrating National Taco Day in a big way – all lunch customers will getone free taco with a code word announced the day before on Chronic Tacos social media. Offer valid from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at participating locations.
Man dies after struggling with Long Beach police and getting tased
Officers were dispatched about 1:20 a.m. to a home in the 100 block of Santa Ana Avenue, where the man was heard yelling and acting violently, according to the Long Beach Police Department.