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Serial Killer on the Loose in Los Angeles? LA Police Uncover Disturbing Pattern as 2 Women Fatally





Serial Killer on the Loose in Los Angeles? LA Police Uncover Disturbing Pattern as 2 Women Fatally


The Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) is currently conducting an investigation into the deaths of two aspiring models, who were discovered in separate Los Angeles apartment complexes just days apart. One of the deaths has been classified as a murder by the police, while the other is currently classified as an undetermined death. The spokesperson for the LAPD confirmed that Maleesa Mooney, aged 31, was found dead on September 12, and her death is being treated as a homicide. In contrast, the death of Nichole "Nikki" Coats, aged 32, on September 10 is currently categorized as an undetermined death. The LAPD will wait for the completion of the report by the L.A. County Department of Medical Examiner to determine the cause of her death and whether it should be treated as a homicide. The LAPD also stated on Monday that it is premature to establish a definitive connection between the two cases. They explained that they are eagerly awaiting the coroner's reports to gain further insights into the circumstances surrounding the deaths. Details provided by the LAPD in a September 15 statement indicate that Mooney's body was discovered inside an apartment unit on South Figueroa Street after LAPD Central Area officers responded to a Welfare Check on September 12 at approximately 3:54 p.m. local time.

An official spokesperson for the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) stated on Monday that it is still too early to determine whether the two murder cases are linked. The LAPD is awaiting the coroner's reports to make a definitive determination. According to a statement released by the LAPD on September 15, Maleesa Mooney was discovered dead in her apartment on September 12 at approximately 3:54 p.m. local time. LAPD Central Area officers responded to a Welfare Check call at the 200 block of South Figueroa Street and found Mooney's body. The investigation has revealed that Mooney was murdered, although the exact cause of her death remains unknown pending a post-mortem examination to be conducted by the Los Angeles County Coroner's office. In support of justice for Mooney, her family and friends held a rally in Los Angeles on Sunday evening. Mooney's sister, Jourdin Pauline, spoke out at the rally, expressing her concern after they were unable to contact Mooney. Pauline emphasized that they were supposed to grow old together and that what happened to her sister is an unimaginable tragedy. She described Mooney as kind, genuine, and loving, and stated that the act perpetrated against her was sick and demented. The LAPD's Central Bureau Homicide investigators have appealed to the public for any information that may assist in the investigation. They urge anyone with knowledge about the case to come forward and provide their testimony. When asked about the status of the autopsy reports for both Mooney and the previous victim, the Los Angeles County Department of Medical Examiner's office did not immediately respond to requests for comment. Further updates on the investigations into both murders are anticipated as more information becomes available.




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