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Homicides: Oct. 6-12

October 13, 2009 | 11:59 am

The year-to-date number of homicides in Los Angeles County is about 591. This number does not include a few cases in which the cause of death has been deferred.

The Los Angeles County coroner's office has confirmed the following recent deaths as homicides:

Stephanie Almanzan, a 21-year-old white woman, on Tuesday, Oct. 6. Almanzan was found burned in the 13100 block of Firestone Boulevard in Whittier.

Victor Rosales, a 25-year-old white man, on Tuesday, Oct. 6. Rosales was shot in the 3900 block of West 112th Street in Inglewood.

Esperanza Serrano, a 66-year-old Latina, on Wednesday, Oct. 7. Serrano was shot in the 3000 block of Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard in Lynwood.

Joaquin Navarro, a 20-year-old Latino, on Wednesday, Oct. 7. Navarro was shot in the 14600 block of Blythe Street in Panorama.

Reginald Hendrix Jr., a 28-year-old black man, on Thursday, Oct. 8. Hendrix was shot in the 100 block of West 74th Street in Florence.

Diamond Hiloman, a female black infant, on Friday, Oct. 9. No other information was provided by the coroner.

Juan Guijarro-Ramirez, a 44-year-old Latino, on Sunday, Oct. 11. Guijarro-Ramirez was assaulted in the 11700 block of Victory Boulevard in North Hollywood.

Anthony Torres, a 33-year-old Latino, on Sunday, Oct. 11. Torres was shot in the 5900 block of East Northside Drive in East Los Angeles.

Marvin Nicholson, a 13-year-old black youth, on Monday, Oct. 12. Nicholson was shot in the 900 block of South Grandee Avenue in Compton.

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Comments (3)

This ain't right...same ole areas the shootings keep going on....a 13yr old? An infant? A old lady? I didnt hear about the 13yr old at all on the news. Same areas all the tyme. I don't get it at all. I know I'm preaachin to the choir.....just gotta post somthing. I know its not us its not the police its the shooters who ain't don't give a hoot about you me the police and prison. They don't even care about they own life. Man I got pulled over twice in the last month . Once by lapd and once by cypress pd.....on Sunday when we were hangin out on westertn in out low riders...they sure had the police out in full force for us showing off our low riders..not hurting anybody... all blk and brown united . Hopefully they catch these killers

I love LA ! It's such a nice, peaceful place to raise a young family. The education my kids will get just from being in the 'Hood will last a life time.

I forget, do the Crips wear Red or Blue? I think if my kids wear white they'll be OK.

I just love LA.

The difference between 4months old and 13 years old is just numbers, they have parents who love them the difference is what is the law enforcement agency in each area trying to hide. One gets TV, newspaper coverage day after day until the shooter is found, the other from Compton doesn't even get a helicopter in the air, a mention in the evening news and to top it off the Sheriff let the shooter go after telling them to freeze. That is the difference the cover up of the sheriff's office that they are incompetent because after all a child is a child.



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