UPDATE: Shooting at a North Long Beach Bar Leaves 2 Dead & 1 Injured.
Updated: Oct 24, 2019
According to PTLB, Delfon Kinney, age 48, has been identified as the main suspect of the shooting at the Bottoms Up Tavern that left one man dead and another man injured.
Manuel (Manny) Marquez, age 44, a bar back working at the Bottoms Up Tavern at the time of the shooting, has been identified by local authorities as the victim in the bar shooting, as reported by PTLB.
Two people are dead and another person injured in an early morning shooing at the Bottom's Up Tavern in North Long Beach.
According to CBSLA, at approximately 12:20 am, a person waved down a L.B.P.D patrol car driving on the 1700 block of Artesia Blvd alerting the officers that shots were fired inside the Bottoms Up Tavern.
L.B.P.D officers confronted the suspect "shooting at him from outside the building".
At this time one unidentified person dead inside the tavern and another man believed to be the main suspect is also dead.
A third man was transported to a nearby hospital suffering from a non-life threatening gunshot wound to his upper-body, according to NBC 4.
This story is developing stay with MTLB for updates.