Suspects In Quad Murder In La Waive Extradition Rights In Las Vegas


By Paul Johnson

Las Vegas, Nevada (CNN) - Four suspects in the execution-style murders of two men and two women in California waived their right to be extradited ... clearing the way for their return to Los Angeles. The four were arrested in Las Vegas Tuesday afternoon. 31-year-old Ka Pasasouck was arrested on suspicion of murder and the three others face charges of aiding a felon.
The shooting happened early Sunday in Northridge area of L-A, outside what police are calling an illegal boarding house.
As many as 17 people lived there in what's been described as "deplorable" conditions.
The Los Angeles police chief said the murders involved a dispute and that investigators believe those involved knew each other.

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