LBPD Chief Luna test positive for COVID
The Long Beach Police Department announced late Tuesday evening that soon-to-be outgoing police Cheif Robert Luna has tested positive for a breakthrough case of COVID-19.
Details: Luna, currently running for Los Angeles County Sheriff, is "feeling ill" and is presently self-isolating at home but remains in 'good sprits' according to the Long Beach Police Department.
In September, Luna announced his retirement as Cheif and will be stepping down on Jan 1.
The LBPD says Cheif Luna is fully vaccinated against COVID-19, but it's unknown if he had a booster shot.
Keep this in mind:
Last week Luna held a campaign event at the home of Long Beach City Councilmember Roberto Uranga. He and many others, including Councilmember Mary Zendejas and California State Senator Lena Gonzalez, were not wearing a face mask and seated in close proximity.