Long Beach, California 2021-06-12 02:00:31 –
A 62-year-old Compton man was arrested on Friday for beating a seven-month-old baby in a stroller on North Long Beach with an SUV and escaping the scene.
Burnett Livingston was put in jail at Long Beach at 10:16 am and bail was set at $ 50,000. According to the records of sheriff prisoners, he was released at 7:26 pm at his own discretion.
Livingston was booked for a felony hit-and-run, according to Long Beach police.
According to police, the baby suffered a life-threatening injury on Thursday at around 11:30 am in the areas of Long Beach Boulevard and 67 Avenue.
According to police, police officers on the scene took the boy and mother to the hospital. The mother was not injured.
According to police, a model Ford Explorer in the early 1990s involved in the crash was recovered Thursday night in the Lindbergh district of Long Beach.
Police responded to the crash and delivered a new stroller to the boy and his family on Friday, police said.
Police call Long Beach Police Station Collision Investigation Details Detective Sean Laflin (562-570-5130) or Crime Stopper (800-222-TIPS (8477)) whoever has information about the crash. I asked.