Long Beach Firefighters put out a blaze that tore through a home and damaged an RV in the Washington neighborhood early Saturday morning.
Long Beach Fire tweeted at 11:15 a.m. that "Crews responded and extinguished a Structure Fire," near East 14th Street and Locust Ave.
Forty firefighters were used to put out the blaze at a single-floor home.
LBFD spokesperson Jack Crabtree told the Post that the house was "fully involved in flames" and that the house is a "full loss."
The cause of the fire is under investigation.
Long Beach police arrested a 56-year-old man Wednesday in connection with a series of armed robberies.
According to a press release, police successfully identified the prime suspect
as 56-year-old Compton resident Bernard Jester.
Jester is accused of entering a multiple businesses armed with a gun and demanding cash.
Police say Jester is responsible for at least six of the robberies that started between February 26 and July 7.
Jester was captured on March 25, after police observed a vehicle matching the description of the suspect vehicle and made a traffic stop.
He was later charged with having an outstanding warrant, carrying a controlled drug to jail, driving without a license, possession of prohibited paraphernalia, driving with an obstructed view, and possession narcotics.
LBPD detectives later arrested Jester and charged him with second-degree robbery.
On Monday at roughly 6:11 p.m., officers responded to a traffic collision near the intersection of Slater Avenue and Tradewinds Street in Fountain Valley.
According to a news release, when police arrived, Fountain Valley Fire personnel and some members of the public were helping the female driver.
Later, authorities would discover a gunshot wound on the driver and was pronounced dead at the scene.
The identity of the victim is being withheld from the public at this time, until notified next of kin.