The killings of an infant were connected to a single suspect

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Detectives have connected the deaths of an infant in Culver City and a man in Woodlands Hills to a single suspect: the child’s mother and the man’s wife, according to the Los Angeles Police Department.
The deadly spree allegedly began early this morning when the woman stabbed her husband to death after a fight in Woodland Hills, LAPD Valley Homicide detectives said.
Neighbors at the Montecito Apartments said the couple had a volatile relationship.
She allegedly took her two kids into her car before removing them for an unknown reason on the I-405 Freeway near Centinela Avenue in Culver City.
California Highway Patrol officers found the two girls — an infant and a 9-year-old — at around 4:30 a.m. on the right shoulder of the freeway.
The baby died at the side of the road while the girl was hospitalized with moderate injuries.
Detectives are trying to determine if these killings are connected to a deadly single-car crash in Redondo Beach.
The woman behind the wheel of the car died at the crash site.


As reported by the Los Angeles Police Department, detectives have linked the deaths of a man in Woodlands Hills and a baby in Culver City to one individual: the man’s wife.

Detectives from LAPD Valley Homicide claimed that the woman killed her husband with a knife early this morning following a fight in Woodland Hills, sparking the deadly rampage. The couple’s volatile relationship was reported by neighbors at the Montecito Apartments.

She is accused of loading her two children into her car and driving off on the I-405 Freeway near Centinela Avenue in Culver City for an undisclosed reason.

The two girls, a 9-year-old and an infant, were discovered by California Highway Patrol officers at roughly 4:30 in the morning. m. across the freeway’s right shoulder. While the girl was admitted to the hospital with mild injuries, the baby passed away by the side of the road.

Investigators are attempting to ascertain whether these homicides are related to a fatal Redondo Beach single-car collision.

The Redondo Beach Police Department released a statement saying, “The driver of a vehicle traveling southbound on Pacific Coast Highway lost control of the vehicle and collided with a tree near the intersection of Vincent Street.”.

At the scene of the collision, the driver, a woman, passed away. Her name has not been made public by the authorities.

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