LAPD to Provide Update on Investigation into January Triple Slaying
Los Angeles, CA – The Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) is set to provide an update on the investigation into a triple slaying that occurred in Beverly Crest back in January.
Three women were tragically shot to death, and the authorities have been working tirelessly to bring the perpetrators to justice.
The press conference is scheduled to take place at 9 a.m.
this morning at LAPD headquarters.
The incident, which took place on January 28, was a gruesome discovery.
The bodies of the three women were found outside a short-term rental home on Ellison Drive in Beverly Crest.
Neighbors revealed that the property was known as a party house frequently rented out to different individuals.
The shooting occurred around 2:30 a.m., and the victims were pronounced dead at the scene.
At the time, the police confirmed that it appeared to be a gun battle, although the exact circumstances leading up to the incident remained unclear.
The LAPD previously served a search warrant to a residence in Beverly Hills in March, but no arrests were made in connection with the case.
The investigation has relied on information from witnesses and surveillance video, which led investigators to identify the suspects as individuals who were last seen fleeing the scene in a blue four-door Tesla.
The vehicle was reported to have damage to the right fender and no license plates.
The victims have been identified as Lana, a 33-year-old from Chicago, Davis, a 29-year-old from Boiling Brook, Illinois, and Destiny Sims, a 26-year-old from Buckeye, Arizona.
Four other individuals who were present at the scene sustained injuries, with two of them opting to seek medical treatment at a local hospital.
The LAPD’s upcoming update signifies their continued commitment to solving this heinous crime.
The public eagerly awaits further details and hopes that this development will lead to progress in the investigation, bringing closure to the victims’ families and ensuring the safety of the community.
Ellina Abovian reporting for KTLA 5 Morning News contributed to this article.
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