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Man Is Shot/Wounded, Pine Ave. Just North of PCH, Motive Unknwon


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(March 26, 2020, 8:00 p.m.) -- A man was shot/wounded on Pine Ave. just north of PCH (6th district bordering 1st district) on Wednesday night Mar. 25.

Sgt. Rudy Garcia with LBPD's Public Information Detail tells LBREPORT.com (preliminary information) that officers responded on March 25 at about 9:40 p.m., to the 1800 block of Pine Ave., found a man (adult) on the sidewalk with multiple gunshot wounds, and LBFD transported him to a hospital with what are believed to be non-life-threatening wounds.

The possible suspect is a man (adult). LBPD says the reason for the shooting is unknown and it's unknwon if the victim and suspect know each other.

LBPD's investigation is ongoing.

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The maps below show cumulated fatal, non-fatal and no-person hit shootings cumulated from Jan. 1, 2018 to date.


Jan 1, 2018 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; Blue * asterisk=victim hit, police unable to locate crime scene. Map is unofficial.

For context, the second map shows shootings cumulated from Jan. 1, 2014 through Dec. 31, 2017.


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