ROSEMEAD, Calif. (KABC) – A man and a woman were found shot and killed in Rosemead on Wednesday. Police are not looking for a suspect.
Authorities responded to the 2600 block of Earle Avenue just after midnight and found a male and a female, both in their 20s, shot in the head. The female victim was declared dead at the scene. The male victim was taken to a local hospital, where he later died.
According to authorities, the couple dated and broke up a few months ago, but they still kept the lines of communication open. The young woman came to the home on Tuesday to pick up the man to go out for the day, and when they returned, things seemed fine.
And, finally DNA catches a man suspected of raping a blind Norwalk woman in May. Here’s how he was caught:
DNA led to the arrest of a suspect in the May 1 rape of an 82-year-old legally blind woman, authorities said Monday.
Antonio Durell Freeman, 31, of Norwalk was booked Friday on suspicion of rape, kidnapping and burglary. He is being held at the sheriff’s Century Station in lieu of $1 million bail. He has a court appearance today at Bellflower Superior Court.
Freeman appeared in the DNA database after Long Beach Police arrested him July 11 on suspicion of spousal assault and took a DNA sample from him, according to Maxwell.
Esotouric has its Blood and Dumplings tour of SGV crime scenes, so I guess it should come as no surprise that Sheriff Lee Baca wants to work dumplings into his discussion of SGV crime stats Friday. This from an invitation sent to reporter Rebecca Kimitch:
On Friday, February 6, 2008, from 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM, Sheriff Lee Baca will be meeting with various media sources to talk about crime stats in the San Gabriel Valley and would like to invite you to this important event. Local Sheriff’s Stations Captain, Cities Mayors, Managers and Los Angeles Chinese American Sheriff’s Advisory Council will be at the event as well. A press advisory will follow.
The press conference will be held at: 888 Seafood Restaurant, 8450 Valley Blvd., Rosemead, CA 91770.