Wednesday, 21 March 2018 17:54

No Charges Against Suspect In La Brea Quadruple Murder

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A suspect remains in police custody in relation to last week Tuesday's quadruple murder in La Brea.

The suspect, who was captured on Sunday, is being questioned in relation to the deaths of 70 year old Michael Scott, his tenants, 41 year old Abigail Chapman and her 15 year old daughter, Olivia Chapman, and Olivia's 14 year old friend, Michaela Mason. They were all found dead at Scott's house on Tuesday March 13th, 2018.

TTPS Public Information Officer, Acting ASP Michael Jackman, gave further details on the matter at Wednesday's Police Press Briefing.

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