Suspect in a series of killings in California is formally charged with 3 murders, 5 attempted murders, and many other brutal, random acts of violence.
The Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office said it received a copy of the suspect’s DNA, which was matched to DNA found in a car and in two of the three murder victims.
On March 28, the suspect’s DNA was found on the door of another murder victim’s vehicle, in addition to DNA found in a car that was shot into, including the license plate, in an attempt to stop the murder suspect, according to the LA Times.
The suspect is expected to be formally charged in the three murders on April 28 with murder and is being held on $2 million bail.
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Couple found dead from apparent gunshots in Northern California have been identified as sisters.
The latest victim is a 28-year-old pregnant woman known as M.F. on the West Coast, who was found shot to death in a garage in Los Angeles.
Two other women were found shot to death in their car in Northern California. The victims are identified as Cesarita Rodriguez, 45, and Diana Ramirez, 36.
The suspect was identified as 22-year-old Elliot Rodger during his court appearance on April 28, by Los Angeles County District Attorney Jackie Lacey.
The suspect, who was arrested on suspicion of murder and attempted murder, had no previous convictions.
He is currently a student at the University of California, Davis.
Rodger’s family has also confirmed he is not related to the suspect.
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On the morning of March 10, M.F. was found dead in her apartment.
According to the Daily Mail, she had recently gotten pregnant with Rodger’s child.
“We are stunned and devastated by the senseless violent murders that took the lives of three of our friends and neighbors,” the Rod