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    (Oct. 26, 2016) -- A man (adult) was shot on Tuesday night in the MacArthur Park / Twain Library area of LB's Cambodia Town (6th Council district.)

    LBPD Public Information Officer Sgt. Brad Johnson tells that at about 8:20 p.m. on Oct. 25, officers were dispatched to the 1400 block of E. Anaheim Street regarding a shooting and arrived to find a man (adult) suffering from a gunshot wound.

    LBFD transported the victim to a hospital with what appeared to be a non-life-threatening injury; gang detectives were notified and LBPD is investigating the shooting as possibly gang related.

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    2014 to date: Red Xs=homicides; Blue Xs= shootings, person wounded; Brown Xs=shots fired at victim(s), not hit; Purple Xs=shots at occupied residence/vehicle; Green Xs= shots at unoccupied vehicle/residence; Grey Xs=shots fired (no hit, no target identified); Orange X's=non-fatal stabbings. Map is unofficial. A separate map (not shown here) indicates add'l shootings in NLB.

  • Oct. 24: Gunfire SW of Traffic Circle Hits Two Cars, No Persons Hit (4th dist.), coverage here.
  • Oct: 23: Woman Shot At Midafternoon, 10th/Elm Near St. Mary Med Ctr (border 1st/6th dists.), coverage here.
  • Oct. 3: Man is fatally stabbed at 2 a.m., area of PCH/Pacific Ave. (border of 1st and 6th Council dists.), coverage here.
  • Oct. 1: Woman Is Shot, Area 15th/Cedar Ave. (1st dist.), coverage here.
  • Sept. 29: Man is shot/wounded in 1000 block of E. 10th St. (6th Council district), coverage here.
  • Sept. 29: Two women (adults) are shot/wounded in 600 block of Cerritos Ave. (2nd Council district), coverage here.
  • Sept. 29: Man is shot/wounded in the 700 block of E. 8th St. (1st Council district), coverage here.
  • Sept. 28: Man is shot/wounded in the area of Anaheim St./Olive Ave. (6th dist.), coverage .here
  • Sept. 25: Man Is Shot On Cherry Ave., Just North of PCH (4th dist.), coverage here.
  • Sept. 20: Fight Among Men (Adults) Living In WLB Abandoned Carport Leads To One Battered, Another Stabbed (border 1st/7th dists.), coverage here
  • Sept. 20: Man stabbed, 5400 block Atlantic Ave. (8th dist.), coverage here.
  • Sept. 15: Man is Shot, 3400 block of E. 67th St. (9th dist.), coverage here.
  • Sept. 14: Man fatally shot, woman wounded, 5400 block Atlantic Ave. (8th dist.), coverage here
  • Sept 14: Shots fired, vehicle damaged, area 11th/Gaviota.(6th dist.)
  • September 12: Woman found deceased in residence, 6700 block Gardenia (9th dist.), coverage here
  • Sept. 11: Man Shot To Death, Locust Ave./12th St., (1st dist.) coverage here
  • Sept 5: Man Found Fatally Shot On Road Within Long Beach Port (2nd dist.), coverage here.
  • Sept. 1 and 2: Two Shootings In Two Days Hit Vehicles, Miss Persons: One in NLB, Another in Central LB, coverage here.
  • Tue. Aug. 30: Man (adult) is shot -- and killed -- in the area of Hile Ave. north of 16th St. The area is just west of Temple Ave., about three blocks north and a bit west of LB's iconic "Joe Jost's." (4th dist.) coverage here
  • Mon. Aug. 29, 15th St./Walnut Ave., 1:10 a.m., man shows up at hospital with a gunshot wound, says a man tried to rob him and then shot him; officers unable to find evidence of a shooting at that location (6th dist.) coverage here
  • Mon. Aug. 29, 1:45 a.m., man shot, area 15th St./Gundry Ave., possible drive-by shooting (6th dist.) coverage here
  • Sunday Aug. 28, 12:30 a.m., Anaheim St./Newport Ave.; shots fired at victims in a vehicle; vehicle is hit, occupants not hit (4th dist.)
  • Mon. Aug. 22: Man (adult) shot, area 11th St./MLK Ave. (6th dist.), coverage here.
  • Aug. 11: Man (adult) shot, 200 block of 69th Way (9th district), coverage here
  • Aug. 11: Juvenile shot, 11th St/MLK Ave. (6th dist.), coverage here
  • Aug. 6: Mother and daughter (age 4) are shot to death, 9th St./Locust Ave. (1st distict), coverage here
  • Aug 6: Group fight, two stabbed, one of whom dies, 2600 block E. Anaheim St. (6th dist.), coverage here
  • Aug. 5: Body of 19 yr old found at Willow St./San Gabriel River, a homicide (5th dist.), coverage here
  • [LB Water Dept. release text] The Public Works Department is providing logistical and operational support for the pilot. "We are excited at this multi-departmental partnership in creating this pilot initiative in the city," said Craig Beck, director of Public Works.

    "Sustainability is the Long Beach way of life," said Chris Garner, general manager of the Water Department. "Water is pleased to partner again with our sister departments to help save our city’s trees, while also reducing our city’s potable water demand through the use of recycled water. LBWD will continue to collaborate and provide technical support for such innovative water efficiency approaches. This pilot program is one example of our mutual dedication to the larger, long-term goals."

    "I thank our PRM, PW and Water departments for collaborating on this program," said Pat West, city manager of Long Beach. "This program will not only save some of the dying trees but also ensure we are being as water efficient as we can by using recycled water instead of potable water."



    The median watering pilot program is slated for a 90 day trial period, intended as a bridge into the rainy season; initial cost for the pilot is expected to be approximately $40,000.. Currently beginning the third tree watering cycle, the pilot program in two cycles has so far saved over 85,000 gallons of potable water, by using recycled water to irrigate trees in city medians.





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