LBPD Arrests Transient On Suspicion Of Shooting Murder Of Woman (1700 block Pine) Police Say He Didn't Know
|(July 18, 2021, 11:45 a.m) -- LBPD has arrested a 45 year old transient on suspicion of the shooting murder (July 15, 1700 block Pine Ave., CD 1/Zendejas) of a 44 year old Long Beach woman police say he didn't know.
"At this point in the investigation, detectives believe Williams and Ford were not known to one another when they became involved in the dispute which led to the shooting," LBPD says in a July 18 release.
In the release, LBPD says that on July 17, its Special Investigations Detectives located and arrested Nathaniel Ford, 45, an individual it describes as "experiencing homelessness in Long Beach."
[LBPD release text] Ford was arrested during a traffic stop in the 1400 block of Pacific Avenue after Homicide detectives collected evidence of his involvement in the July 15, 2021 shooting death of Dalila Williams.
LASD's online inmate locator identifies an individual with a middle name and date of birth that match arrestee Ford and indicate he has had at least two previous encounters with police and the judicial system.
Following an August 27, 2019 LBPD arrest, Mr. Ford was sentenced on August 29, 2019 to 30 days in jail in two misdemeanor cases (specific charges not indicated online) and released Sept. 1 with an indication of "short sentence/release."
On Sept. 15, 2019, LASD's Palmdale station booked Mr. Ford on a charge(s) (charge level) not indicated online. He was released on bond on Sept. 28, 2019 with a scheduled court date of Oct. 18, 2019, with no record on LASD's website of subsequent proceedings, if any.
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