Carlo Navarro stood with his hands cuffed to his waist, head slightly bowed as he answered procedural questions with more than half a dozen cameras pointed at him.
How the paths of two strangers—a mentally ill young man and a devout older woman—became intertwined in a shocking crime. Could more have been done to save them both?
Los caminos de dos extraños—un joven con enfermedad mental y una mujer mayor devota—se entrelazaron en un crimen aterrador. ¿Se podría haber hecho más para salvarlos a los dos?
Carlo Navarro did not appear in court today to face the charges, but he’s set to be back in court Wednesday afternoon where he could enter a plea.
The video is some of the first the LBPD released under a new a state transparency law that requires them to show footage of police shootings.
Carlo Navarro, 20, was arrested for a third time this week, this time at the Long Beach courthouse, where he was already in custody.
The blaze was ruled an accidental grease fire, according to the LBFD, which doused the flames at Hof’s Hut overnight.
Joseph Awaida, his wife, Raihan Dakhil, and son, 3-year-old Omar, were 100 steps from their door when a suspected drunk driver hit them, according to an aunt.
Carlo Navarro was arrested again Tuesday evening, this time in connection with earlier burglary charges, authorities said.
“He’s broken too,” said the grandmother of Carlo Navarro, who is accused of killing Joseph Awaida, 30, his wife Raihan Dakhil, 32, and their 3-year-old son, Omar.