‘Gun violence has no place here;’ mourners seek justice at vigil for teen killed in Cambodia Town

The move back to Long Beach was only going to be temporary for Gelinda Keo and her children.

After staying with her sister for a few months, the family moved into its own apartment in North Long Beach earlier this year.

“We were staying with her temporarily until I got back on my feet and was able to get our own place and I just barely rented the place for one month there—and my son died,” said Keo.

Landis Lim, 17, was gunned down Feb. 28 while playing video games in a friend’s garage in Cambodia Town.

Monday night, the community gathered for a candlelight vigil at MacArthur Park, less than a mile from where Lim was killed, to mourn his death and call for justice and an end to gun violence.
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