A handful of Trump supporters had a physical altercation with anti-Trump protesters near the intersection of Pine Ave and Ocean Blvd steps away from the California Democratic Party Convention. According to the LBPD, three people were arrested for assault.
The incident reportedly started when two men approached a handful of Trump supporters and started arguing, then the arguing escalated into a physical altercation. At some point during the brawl, an anti-Trump protester smacked a Trump supporter in the head with a scooter, according to the Long Beach Post
In a separate incident, a #Trump supporter gets into a heated argument with attendees at the CA Democratic Party Convention.
What We Know So Far:
Two students are dead and three other students suffered gunshot wounds during a mass-shooting at Saugus High School in Santa Clarita earlier today.
Gunfire was reported at approximately 7:30 am and police descended on the high school eight minutes later. Police discovered six students with injuries, including the alleged shooter, who had a supposedly sustained a self-inflicted gunshot wound to his head.
At a press conference held by LA County Sheriffs, the gunman fired upon his classmates in the quad with a .45-caliber handgun, before turning the gun on himself.
SWAT teams searched nearby neighborhoods for the suspect, who they thought fled the scene of the crime.
The entire William S. Hart school district was placed on lockdown.
Today is allegedly the gunman's' 16th birthday.
Saugus High School Student Describes his teacher's reaction:
LA Co. Sheriffs are investigating "multiple scenes":
CBS News is reporting that 16-year-old Nathaniel Berhow is the shooter and is a student from Saugus High School. Berhow was sent to a nearby hospital for his wounds.
Reaction From LBPD:
Kamala Harris said "Our children and communities are being terrorized":
Bernie Sanders said "Children in America should not live in fear for their lives at school or anywhere else":
C.S.U.L.B Police Department is in search of an armed suspect who held a Long Beach State student at gunpoint and stole the victim's car on campus.
According to campus police, at relatively 1:40 pm the suspect approached the victim near his car on the fourth floor of the Pyramid parking structure. The suspect and the victim had a brief conversation before the suspect held a "handgun at the victims' neck" taking the victim's car keys and drove away in the victim's Lexus.
The suspect has been described as a white male, possibly in his twenties, 5'8, 160 lbs with "unkempt facial hair, light brown hair, wearing a royal blue windbreaker and a backpack".