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Dog hit and killed by “fear” in the long search of the beach

At 11:10 p.m., the event began. Long Beach Police report when officers responded to an incursion at a Gaylord Avenue 2100 block marijuana business.

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In police harassment late on Tuesday night, a man and his dog were hit and killed by a Long Beach burglar suspect.

At 11:10 p.m., the event began. Long Beach Police report when officers responded to an incursion at a Gaylord Avenue 2100 block marijuana business.

One of the suspects fled in the car and chased the officers. The attacker injured a man and dog in Magnolia Avenue and 6th Street during the course of his chase. Video surveillance caught the collision.

A man and his dog were struck and killed by a Long Beach burglary suspect during a police pursuit late Tuesday night. In total, seven people were arrested in the burglary.

Posted by CBS Los Angeles on Wednesday, May 27, 2020

On the scene, the man and his dog died. He didn’t release his name.

The driver did not slow down but persisted, before being charged, and was eventually involved in a second collision at Locust Avenue and 6th Street. He was not found instantly, too.

Six more suspected, all men, have also been arrested for burglary, police said, but they were not involved in the chase. They were not involved.

The accuracy of the collision was not released immediately.

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