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Triple slaying in Lawndale remains a mystery

L.A. County sheriff's homicide detectives are searching for leads in the shooting death of a woman, her boyfriend and her brother inside a Lawndale home.

The three were killed about 3 p.m. Friday in the 14600 block of Larch Avenue.

Detectives identified the victims as Brittany Howard, 23; her boyfriend, Ivison Washington, 27; and her brother, Brandon Wright, 27.

Investigators said forensic evidence and autopsies may provide clues to who killed the three, but they also want the public to provide any information that could help solve the crimes. Detectives can be reached at (323) 890-5500.

-- Richard Winton

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Comments () | Archives (4)

No mystery. Lawndale is a dump. It's the kind of thing that happens there.

Peter, Lawndale is a beautiful city.

Hey Peter, so is Brentwood, I heard two people were stabbed to death a few years back.

Oh great... You go to bed, and wake up the next morning and learn that there was someone killed. EVERY NIGHT! I can't even keep up with all the people killed in only a month! What should you do, go to Siberia where no one can hurt you? Why would you kill anyone for no reason?


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