An autopsy report from the Los Angeles County Coroner’s office contradicts the police’s version of what happened the night veteran Hollywood publicist Ronni Chasen was shot to death in her car.
The coroner’s report published by the Hollywood Reporter indicates Chasen died from four gunshot wounds fired from what police initially described as a “secondary vehicle”.
The tipster who led police to the killer of Hollywood publicist Ronni Chasen last year is suing to get $125,000 in reward money that he says he is owed.
An entertainment industry website is reporting that the gun used to shoot and kill Hollywood Publicist Ronni Chasen belonged to a police officer.
Police say the slaying of Hollywood publicist Ronni Chasen has been solved after reviewing evidence that shows an ex-con acted alone in gunning her down.
The Beverly Hills police chief says the final ballistics report confirms that an ex-con killed Hollywood publicist Ronni Chasen.
Publicist Ronni Chasen, whose brazen killing stunned the entertainment industry, was remembered by veteran songwriter Diane Warren, who dedicated her Golden Globe for best original motion picture song to her.
LAPD Chief Charlie Beck says skeptics of the Beverly Hills police probe into the shooting death of movie publicist Ronni Chasen should be patient.
Los Angeles Police Department Chief Charles Beck wants skeptics of the Ronni Chase murder investigation to be patient because “it’ll make more sense to a lot of people once it’s all put into context.”
A Beverly Hills family considers themselves lucky that they didn’t seemingly meet up with the same fate as murdered publicist Ronni Chasen.
Chief Dave Snowden has confirmed that the gun used by a man who committed suicide at a Hollywood apartment building is a “preliminary match” to the one used in the killing of publicist Ronni Chasen.
Police on Wednesday will discuss preliminary ballistics results in the death of a Hollywood publicist gunned down in her car last month as she drove home from a movie premiere.
A law enforcement official says a gun used by a man to kill himself as police tried to talk to him about the slaying of a Hollywood publicist was likely not the weapon used in the high-profile slaying.
Police still don’t know whether Harold Martin Smith – a “person of interest” in the Ronni Chasen case – had anything to do with the killing, but sources tell CBS2/KCAL9 that preliminary ballistic tests show the gun Smith used to take his own life did not match the one used to kill Chasen.
Documents reveal that Harold Martin Smith, who acquaintances say had boasted of killing Chasen for money, was a convicted felon with a long criminal history.