Wednesday, July 6, 2022

Suspected murder followed by suicide in a Chinese-intensive city in Southern California, 1 family and 3 members died

Suspected murder followed by suicide in Nangal Bay, 3 dead. (File photo of this newspaper)

A Chinese-intensive city in Orange County, Southern CaliforniaIrvine(Irvine), on April 6, a case that was most likely to be the murder of a family member before committing suicide in his own home was reported. The three people who died are believed to be the parents of a family and their adult son. The current Irvine Police Department (IPD) already under investigation.

The Irvine Police Department pointed out that at 10:30 a.m. on Wednesday, April 6, the Irvine Police Department responded to an unoccupied home at 58 Riverboat Street.WelfareInspection of.This inspection is for this residenceCanadaAt the request of relatives, they reported to Canadian authorities that they were concerned that relatives at the residence could not be reached for more than a year. Canadian authorities then contacted the Irvine Police Department and asked them to conduct a welfare inspection of the home.


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According to reports, the house is home to a father, mother and adult son.

The Irvine Police Department pointed out that when officers entered the home, they found three badly decomposed bodies, all of which appeared to be adults, and there was no sign of anyone forcibly entering the home. There are indications, however, that the killing appears to be related to a murder-suicide situation that resulted from a domestic dispute.

Police encourage anyone with information about the case to contact Detective Gavin Hudson:

[email protected] or call 949-724-7168.

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