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Homicides: Dec. 21 - Dec. 28

December 30, 2009 | 11:26 am
The year-to-date number of homicides in Los Angeles County is about 735. This number does not include a few cases in which the cause of death has been deferred.

Los Angeles County coroner's officials have listed the following deaths between Dec. 21 and Dec. 28 as homicides:

Doris Guardado, a 24-year-old Latina, on Dec. 21. Guardado was stabbed in the 19400 block of Wyandotte Street in Reseda.

Loren Arterberry, a 36-year-old black man, on Dec 21. Arterberry was shot at Western and Vernon avenues in Vermont Square.

Crystal Coronel, a 19-year-old Latina, on Dec. 21. Coronel was stabbed in the 8200 block of Santa Fe Springs Road in Whittier.

Fereidoun Kohanim, a 72-year-old white man, on Dec. 22. Kohanim was shot in the 1800 block of Venice Boulevard in Pico-Union.

Hiram Taylor, a 57-year-old black man, on Dec. 22. Taylor was shot at 156th Street and Central Avenue in Compton.

Nabil Tawab, a 37-year-old white man, Dec. 22. Tawab was shot in the 26600 block of The Old Road in unincorporated Los Angeles.

Kevin Shallowhorn, a 25-year-old black man, on Dec. 22. Shallowhorn was shot in the 1600 block of East 110th Street in Watts.

Tyrone Green, a 68-year-old black man, on Dec. 24. Green died of blunt force trauma in 1200 block of South Atlantic Drive in Compton.

Paul Moore, a 18-year-old black man, on Dec. 25. Moore was shot in the 9300 block of South Vermont Avenue in unincorporated Los Angeles.

Elmer Rodriguez, a 25-year-old Latino, on Dec. 25. Rodriguez was stabbed in the 5400 block of Blackwelder Street in West Adams.

Jesus Saucedo-Herrera, a 32-year-old Latino, on Dec. 25. Saucedo-Herrera was shot in the 1500 block of West Harbert Street in West Covina.

Larry Woods, a 50-year-old black man, on Dec. 26. No additional details were provided by the coroner.

Jose Landaverde, a 24-year-old Latino, on Dec. 26. Landaverde was shot in 13100 block of Vanowen Street in Valley Glen.

Ivan Munoz, a 24-year-old Latino, on Dec. 27.  Munoz was shot and stabbed. No additional details were provided by the coroner.


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Comments (6)

It's rather ironic isn't it, that in Los Angeles County alone, there have been at least 735 murders - that is Americans killed by their fellow Americans. It barely rates as news, yet, the fact that 318 Americans have died in Afghanistan, in a war zone on the other side of the planet is major news. There's something wrong with this story. America's streets are deadlier than those in a war zone - something is not right.

Paul,

What's not right is these gang members killing each other 24/7/365. Our military men and women are respected citizens of society and gang members are not. And besides their skin color is not white.

Seaside, are you saying that because the homicide victims are not white, they get no press coverage?

Feel so sorry for the families of the victims. I hope they can live to see the killers pay for their sins.

Wasn't there a murder in Marina Del Rey Christmas week? I remember seeing news reports about a woman being murdered on Marina City near Admiralty Way. I've been looking for some follow up information but haven't seen any more details.

Seaside said it. Our military are generaly decent kids from a decent upbringing and are more respected for fighting for the freedom of our country, but what are these gang bang'in fools fighting for? Nothing, commiting crimes and hurting family members who love them. I disagree with Seaside that its because they're not white is that they don't get press time, I lived in the Pacific Northwest for a brief time and there was alot of white on white crimes, the big ones there was (and I'm sure it still is) pedophilia and domestic abuse, that gets coverage.

But lets face it, I'm a hispanic dad thats outraged at my own kind, this blog reports alot on black on black and hispanic on hispanic murders, and its usally gang related.



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