“Second Suspect Arrested in Unprovoked Murder of Long Beach Man”

By | July 8, 2023

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A second suspect has been arrested in connection with the murder of a Long Beach man in June. The incident occurred on June 27, when 27-year-old Isaac Marshell IV was shot outside of a business on Long Beach Boulevard. According to the Long Beach Police Department, Marshell had been involved in an altercation with two other men before he was fatally shot.

The first suspect, Darrell Brock, was arrested near the crime scene on the same day. He was booked for murder and is currently being held on $2,000,000 bail. However, the second suspect managed to flee the scene and evade capture until recently.

On Friday, the second suspect, identified as 33-year-old Carlos Alberto Jimenez Hernandez, was arrested by officers in the area of Anaheim Street and Pacific Avenue. Jimenez Hernandez, who was reportedly experiencing homelessness in Long Beach, has been booked for one count of murder. His bail has also been set at $2,000,000.

The motive behind the attack is still unknown, but the police believe it was unprovoked. Detectives are preparing to present the case to the L.A. County District Attorney’s Office next week.

This arrest brings some closure to the investigation and provides justice for the victim and his family. It is a reminder that law enforcement agencies are committed to solving crimes and apprehending suspects. The Long Beach Police Department and the officers involved in the arrest should be commended for their dedication and perseverance in bringing the second suspect to justice.

The arrest of the second suspect also highlights the importance of community cooperation and the role it plays in solving crimes. It is through the collaboration between law enforcement and the community that justice can be served and communities can be made safer..

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