Weekend roundup:

Here’s some stories we’ve been following this weekend:

*DIAMOND BAR — The father and sister of a 3-year-old girl killed by an out-of-control SUV have been released from a hospital after being injured in the same crash, officials said.
Soonil Kwon, 43, and Christine Kwon, 5, were discharged from Los Angeles County-USC Medical Center Friday, hospital officials said.
Michelle Kwon, 3, died Thanksgiving Day at UCI Medical Center from injuries sustained in the Wednesday crash at Maple Hill Elementary School, 1350 Maple Hill Road, sheriff’s and coroner’s officials said.

*ARCADIA — Authorities have released the name of a man whose body was found floating in the waters of the Peck Road Water Conservation Park Saturday.
Phillip Ramos Jr., 48, was pronounced dead at 7:17 a.m. after fisherman discovered the body and called police, Los Angeles County Department of Coroner Investigator Jerry McKibben said.
Ramos was listed as a transient with ties to El Monte, McKibben said.

*WEST COVINA — A 2-year-old boy was hospitalized Sunday after he fell about 15 feet from a balcony, officials said.
The incident occurred about 4:15 p.m. at an apartment complex in the 4100 block of South Sentous Avenue, West Covina Fire Department Capt. Esteban Rodriguez said.
The boy was taken to Los Angeles County-USC Medical Center where he was listed in stable condition, the captain said.

*WEST COVINA — A local man was arrested Sunday following an 8-hour search after he allegedly threatened a car full of women with a gun and fired into the air, authorities said.
Daniel Valle, 27, was arrested shortly after 10 a.m. near Garvey Avenue North and Hollenbeck Avenue with the help of a police dog and a Taser, West Covina police Sgt. Walt Hauser said.

*PASADENA — A bagel shop and coffee shop are temporarily closed for business following a fire Sunday, officials said.
The blaze was reported just after 9 a.m. at Noah’s Bagels, 605 S. Lake Avenue, which is joined with Peet’s Coffee and Tea, Pasadena Fire Department spokeswoman Lisa Derderian said.

*POMONA — Police arrested three people Saturday on suspicion of shooting a local man in the back, authorities said.
Anthony Hernandez, 23, of Paramount, Elaina Hernandez, 21, of Wilmington and Luis Duarte, 21 of Long Beach were booked on suspicion of assault with a deadly weapon, Pomona police Sgt. Robert DeVee said in a written statement.

*WHITTIER — Three men believed to have ties to various area street gangs were arrested after a brief car chase Saturday, authorities said.
Gilbert Gonzalez, 25, of Whittier, Daniel Gonzalez, 28, of La Puente and Edgar Archila, 20, of Bellflower were booked on suspicion of felony possession of a firearm and misdemeanor evading, Whittier police Sgt. Jim Uhl said.

*PASADENA — A 23-year-old man was arrested Friday for allegedly stealing a car after a short pursuit that began near the Art Center College of Design, police said.
The ordeal began just before 3 p.m. when a man at the college noticed his car being driven away as he walked to the parking lot, Pasadena police officials said.

*PASADENA — A 28-year-old man was robbed at an ATM machine in the 100 block of West California Boulevard early Saturday morning, officials said.

*SOUTH PASADENA — A man was arrested on suspicion of drunken driving late Saturday after his car struck a parked car, a telephone pole and an oak tree, authorities said.
Edouard Nersisian, 26, of Pasadena was jailed in connection with the crash, which occured shortly after 10 p.m. in the 700 block of Garfield Avenue, South Pasadena police Officer Matthew Ronnie said.

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    *ARCADIA — Authorities have released the name of a man whose body was found floating in the waters of the Peck Road Water Conservation Park Saturday.
    Phillip Ramos Jr., 48, was pronounced dead at 7:17 a.m. after fisherman discovered the body and called police, Los Angeles County Department of Coroner Investigator Jerry McKibben said.
    Ramos was listed as a transient with ties to El Monte, McKibben said.]* Have they found the reason of death?