By CBSLA Staff

BURBANK (CBSLA) — More than two weeks after a deadly crash in Burbank killed three people, police have arrested two teen suspects who authorities accuse of illegal street racing.

According to Burbank police, surveillance cameras showed a Kia and a Mercedes Benz street racing when one of the cars slammed into a Volkswagen that was making a left turn.

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The Volkswagen, which was carrying the four victims, split into several pieces and caught fire. Along with the deaths, one other victim was left seriously injured in the fiery multi-car wreck at the intersection of Glenoaks Boulevard and Andover Drive around 11:50 p.m. on Aug. 3. Victims were identified as 20-year-old Jaiden Kishon Johnson, 19-year-old Natalee Asal Moghaddam, and comedian Tony Baker’s 21-year-old son Cerain Anthony Raekwon Baker.

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The L.A. County District Attorney’s Office charged one of the street racing suspects, 19-year-old Burbank resident Hamlet Arseni Aghajanyan, who was driving the Kia, with three counts of murder and one count of reckless driving. He was arrested and is being held on $6 million bail. Aghajanyan was expected to appear in court on Aug. 23.

The other suspect, who was driving the Mercedes Benz, is a 17-year-old minor, so their name was not released. That individual was also taken into custody on Thursday and is being detained at a juvenile detention facility on three counts of murder and one count of reckless driving, pending review of the case by the D.A.’s office.

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The minor is expected to appear in court on August 27, 2021.