A parolee charged with killing a woman during a burglary and setting her home on fire has been taken back to Los Angeles after fleeing to Mexico.
Los Angeles police say a fugitive suspected of killing a woman during a burglary and setting her house on fire has been apprehended in Mexico.
Police have called off the search for a parolee suspected of murdering a Valley Village bride-to-be, then setting her house on fire.
A search is underway in a Sherman Oaks neighborhood for the parolee suspected of murdering a Valley Village bride-to-be, then setting her house on fire.
Los Angeles County prosecutors have charged a fugitive with murdering a woman during a burglary and then setting the victim’s home on fire.
LAPD officials and City Councilman Paul Krekorian named 34-year-old transient Omar Armando Loera in the murder of 34-year-old Cheree Ozmanhodzic, who was found July 24 after firefighters put out a fire that had been started in her house.
The man whose body was found Aug. 31 in the trunk of a burned-out car in Valley Village was identified as a 50-year-old Van Nuys man whose death was not caused by the fire, police said today.