There’s reports of what went down hours prior to the deadly shooting that went down on the Benedict Canyon side of Beverly Hills.
Where a rapper’s album release party was hosted at a rented luxury home this weekend, killing three mothers and sending four others to the hospital, the LAPD responded to 911 calls of a burglary.
According to LAMag, the break-in was reported at 10:15 a.m. Saturday at the multi-million dollar home on Ellison Street, LAPD Public Information Officer Matthew Cruz shared.
Cruz added that when officers arrived on Saturday morning for the second time, “the burglary suspects were gone.”
According to a source, close to the incident [believe] the burglars were to be among the revelers at the house when the shooting occurred. The suspects returned after the crime scene had been processed and forcibly entered the house to “take their belongings,” the source shared.
It remains unclear what was stolen and if anything else was taken from the rented property, The estate was rented to the tenants through 365 Hospitality, a third-party luxury rental facilitator.
The victims who died at the scene were identified by the LAPD as Iyana Hutton, 33, of Chicago; Nenah Davis, 29, of Bolingbrook, Illinois, and Destiny Sims, 26, of Buckeye, Arizona. All of the women were shot to death inside a car parked outside the house.
LAMag added, “the property had been rented by Brandon Carroll, who is also from Chicago. Carroll, who is among the four people who survived the shooting, remains hospitalized along with another man; both remain in critical condition. Two other victims were treated at the hospital and have been released.
L.A. detectives are depending on the surveillance video captured of the assailant(s) who released fire on the individuals injured.