A brief description of the incidence
A juvenile couple is found guilty of killing three women over a rental dispute.
Jordan Guzman,20, and Anthony McCloud 18, the suspects who murdered three women were arrested in Las Vegas, 250 miles away from the place of crime in Hemet, California, the fled away from the scene in a Hyundai Sonata which was one of the victim’s car. The car was later recovered by the cops.
The officers found the victim’s body unresponsive covered with blood
The Hemet police officers got a call about an unresponsive woman in the house totally covered with blood.
46-year-old Wendy Lopez-Araiza, the husband of one of the three victims informed the police when he returned from his work and found his wife in critical condition. When officers and paramedics reached the scene, they found two more victims in the house.
The cops found other two deceased women in the house
The other victims were identified as Genesis Lopez-Araiza, 21 — Wendy Lopez-Araiza’s daughter — and Trinity Clyde, 18. Cause of the death is not clear yet, officers are waiting for the autopsy reports so that they can know the cause of the death, but one thing is clear that the victims were killed by a weapon other than a firearm.
According to the reports, officers claimed that they have evidence that the victims suffered blunt force trauma and strangulation.
Officers told that the victims and the suspects had a dispute over rent.
“I know they were trying to get her to move out, I believe,” family member Cheryl Mead told. They added, “I guess that this is how she retaliated, which is pretty horrific.”
Police officers found a connection with Las Vegas, so they informed Las Vegas cops who helped them in arresting the suspects.
Charges for the crime
Both have been charged with three counts of murder and are being held at the Clark County Detention Center on a $2 million bonds each pending extradition.