Woman shot to death in Lincoln Heights

Woman killed near Barranca Street and Ave 28 in Lincoln Heights

LINCOLN HEIGHTS — A woman was shot to death near Barranca Street and Ave 28 Friday at around midnight.

Police said they responded to a report of multiple gunshots. However, no information has been released about how many times the victim was hit.

The victim was described as a woman in her 30s. There is no description of the suspect.

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  1. Drove by right after this happened. A few blocks away on Fig and Pasadena Ave, a car had driven up on the sidewalk. I wonder if the two incidents were related.

  2. I ride my bike on this street to work and back home a lot. A young man was shot here a few years ago (a memorial with flyers asking for anyone with information to come forward are still posted).:

  3. Came home after a party the same night around midnight. Just as i was about to sleep i heard 4 to 6 gunshots and then a car driving away fast. I live 2 blocks away from the incident

  4. Yeah, this is the same exact spot that a kid was shot. We happened to drive past the kid while his friends were giving him CPR and waiting for the police to show up. We offered help but they had it covered. So awful.

  5. Gentrification can’t happen soon enough.

  6. The victim was my sister, a mom of two boys. Any info on what you saw or heard, please call (323)342-8956 even if you don’t want to leave your name, any info will help bring closure to our family. Thanks.

    • Im sorry for your loss, i knew her too, most wonderful person i have ever met, im a recent ex that tried to help her as much as i could when she needed help, please message me if anything, i saw her not long before all this happened, she seemed paranoid and felt she was in danger but wouldnt tell me why, and she told me to go home, the police came to my house the following morninh but i have no way of reaching anyone of her family, i would like to give you as much closure as posibble

    • So sorry for your loss- my condolences to you and family-

  7. Does anyone know what kind of car the shooters were in?

  8. [To Mr ex.] Its gona be on ur conscions (i hope i spelled that right) if u are not saying everythinvg u know.!

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