Police examine dying of man discovered sure in Woodland Hills
Police say they’re pursuing leads in reference to the dying of a 42-year-old man in Woodland Hills final week.
Los Angeles Police Department officers responded round 5:30 p.m. Thursday to reviews of battery at a residence on Ventura Boulevard, close to the 101 Freeway.
Topanga space patrol officers arrived to discover a man, recognized by the Los Angeles County coroner’s workplace as Jeffrey Howe, on the ground in a room at a lodge. Officials mentioned the person’s ft had been tied collectively and his palms had been handcuffed behind his again. Strangulation marks had been seen on his neck. Paramedics declared him lifeless on the scene.
Detectives realized that the sufferer was found by a safety guard and supervisor of the Extended Stay America location. The sufferer had been staying on the lodge since July.
Steve Castro, a murder detective with LAPD’s Valley Bureau, mentioned they’ve recognized leads on suspects and a motive, however declined to launch particulars of the continued investigation.
“We are working on some leads that I think are very promising,” Castro mentioned Monday morning, noting the ugly particulars of the case. “In the end, I don’t think it’ll be as weird as everyone thinks it is.”