Visalia, CA — A woman in Los Angeles was involved in a detention dispute over her three children in a Southern California apartment on suspicion of leading police on a long-distance chase to Central California on Saturday. Ross says. Los Angeles Times.
Police have identified his mother, Liliana Carrillo, 30, as a suspect in the case. After 2:00 pm, the LAPD reported that Carrillo was captured near Ponderosa, California, about 160 miles north of Los Angeles.
The Times reported that Sunday’s Carilo was involved in a tense custody dispute, according to a document from the child’s father and a court.
According to an online document from the Tulare County Family Court, Erik Denton, the father of three-, two-, and six-month-old children, sought their custody on March 1.
According to court documents, Denton requested a temporary emergency visit order from the Family Court in Porterville, California on March 4, petitioning for a mental health assessment of Kaliro. The order was made at a hearing on March 26th. Another hearing in this case was scheduled for April 14.
In response, Carilo sought a temporary restraint of domestic violence against Denton at the Los Angeles County Superior Court on March 12, according to court documents.
Denton tried to get the Times to intervene in the local government, but said, “In LA they won’t help. LAPD won’t be involved.” He said Carrillo was supposed to hand over the children to him on Sunday.
The murdered children were found after their grandmother entered an apartment in the Reseda district of Los Angeles and discovered that they had been stabbed to death, Los Angeles Police Department Sergeant. David Bamblick told KNBC-TV.
Police said the initial report suggested that the children were stabbed to death, but the official cause of death was not revealed.
“These are the moments we carry through our career,” Los Angeles Police Department Lieutenant Raul Jobel said on the scene. Los Angeles Times. “It’s hard to treat it as a police officer.”
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The department was then reported that when Carilo had a quarrel in the Bakersfield area, he was driving north on Interstate 5 on his way to Ponderosa. She abandoned her car and carjacked another, Jobel said.
Carrillo and her children’s neighbor, Lupe Cuevas, told San Bernardino Sun that they interacted with the three children and their grandmother during the afternoon walk.
One of the children, the girl, was drawn to her Chihuahua, Rosie, Quevas told the newspaper.
“These babies were very cute,” she said. “it hurts.”
Quevas said he thought the girl was the middle of the three children.
“She wasn’t shy. She was sweet,” Quevas said. “Angels don’t have to go that way.”
Contribution: Associated Press
This article was originally published in Visalia Times-Delta. Police say Los Angeles mother suspected of killing three young children