Man Fatally Shot Next To His Car In Bell Gardens

BELL GARDENS (CBS) —  A man was shot and killed Friday evening next to his car in Bell Gardens.

The fatal shooting occurred around 6 p.m. in the 6000 block of Quinn Street, between Eastern and Garfield avenues, said Lt. Christopher Hubner of the Bell Gardens Police Department.

The man was pronounced dead at the scene, according to sheriff’s officials.

The motive for the shooting was unknown.

Reporting for CBS2 and KCAL9, Suraya Fadel said police were being tight-lipped on the crime. They refused to say whether the shooting might have been gang-related.

Neighbors of the building outside the shooting were kept from coming and going while the investigation into the shooting continued.

Police told Fadel it might be 4-5 hours more before they are allowed to go back to their apartments.

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  1. lorena says:

    so much killing every were what is wrong with this world ……. sad to hear that another life was taking away ….. my prayers and deepest condolences to the family … rest in peace … god give the family strength,comfort,peace and abundance in life… god bless

    1. UNKNOWN says:

      i knew both. the killer and the one that got killed. such a sad story

      1. donttrip says:

        Who Shot HIM ?!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

      2. bellgardens says:

        Who did it??

  2. Wolfman says:

    sounds like more Mexican gang banger B/S

  3. KOBE says:

    Bell Gardens is the worst city in California. Gangs and illegals.

    1. Wolfman says:

      also for crooked politicians and cops

  4. ricardo merlos says:

    COOKIE,

    I understand police CANNOT be on every house they just doing their job accordingly, as long as if the P.D do not harass us and to provided protection to all civilian, just place the rest on “GOD” hands. and try to cooperate with the police department.

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