Bloody weekend: At least 12 killed

LOS ANGELES At least a dozen people were murdered over the weekend, many of them gang-related crimes.

Most of the killings took place in the city of Los Angeles, including a double shooting in Panorama City on Sunday. It happened along the 8400 block of Greenbush Avenue. One man was killed, and another critically wounded in the shooting. Cops say the gunman fired several rounds, then took off on a bicycle.

In downtown Los Angeles, police say an argument between people in a Hummer and a Chrysler 300 sedan ended in a gunfight on Sunday. The shooting happened on Hill Street and 23rd, near the 10 and 110 freeways. One person was killed and another wounded in the early morning shooting. It's not clear what sparked the argument.

On Sunday, 16-year-old Ruben Chavera was shot and killed while standing on a sidewalk in Baldwin Hills.

On Saturday night, a 20-year-old man was shot to death at the corner of 95th Street and Vermont Avenue in South Los Angeles.

Also late on Saturday night, a 40-year-old man in North Hollywood was stabbed with the broken stem of a bottle after having it smashed over his head.

To make a donation to the family of Ruben Chavera, the 16-year-old shot in Baldwin Hills
Ruben Chavera Memorial Fund
Chaffey Federal Credit Union
Attn: Nancy Fernandez
210 North First St.
La Puente, CA 91744
Checks payable to: Christine Diaz


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