Knabe Calls for $20,000 Reward for Information Related to Double Murder in Long Beach

On Tuesday, August 16, Los Angeles County Supervisor Don Knabe will put forth a motion requesting the authorization of a $20,000 reward for information related to the murders of Carina Mancera and her four-year-old daughter Jennabel in the city of Long Beach.

On August 6, 2016, Carina and her boyfriend Luis Anaya, along with their daughter Jennabel, were returning home to the 900 block of Locust Avenue after a shopping excursion. An unknown assailant appeared at the intersection of 9th Street and Locust and began firing at all three victims. Carina and Jennabel were fatally shot and Luis escaped with no injuries.No arrests have been made and detectives are asking the public to assist with their investigation.

“This horrific tragedy has shaken the Long Beach community and broken our hearts,” said Supervisor Knabe. “I encourage anyone who may have seen or heard something to please come forward and help bring Carina and Jennabel’s killer to justice.”