There is an update on the tragic murders of Model Christy Giles and her friend Hilda Marcela Cabrales-Arzola.
As we reported, the bodies of the model and the architectural designer were left by three masked men in black at different hospitals in El Lay on November 23 last year Toyota Prius without license plate. Christy was pronounced dead when she was discovered Southern California Hospital in Culver City that day. A coroner determined that the 24-year-old had died using a mixture of cocaine, fentanyl, ketamine and gamma-hydroxybutyric acid (GHB or commonly known as the rape drug).
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Meanwhile, Hilda was found unconscious and in critical condition on Kaiser Permanente West Hospital of Los Angeles. Sadly, while she was in a coma for a while, she died on November 24th. She tested positive for cocaine, MDMA and other unspecified drugs.
Ultimately, the coroner said Christy died of “multiple drug intoxication,” while Hilda died of multiple organ failure and “multiple drug intoxication.” Both deaths were counted as manslaughter. Police believe the two women were drugged and overdosed in a Los Angeles apartment shortly after they met a group of men at another party.
It now appears that charges have been filed against two people involved in the case.
According to court records obtained by The Los Angeles Times On Saturday, the public prosecutor’s office officially filed charges David Pearce and Brand Osborn for their murders. Those who have followed this case may recall that the Los Angeles Police Department The two men had previously been arrested in December 2021. Pearce was taken into custody on suspicion of manslaughter while Osborn and another man were arrested Michael Ansbach were arrested on suspicion of involvement in the murders.
However, the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office has not charged three men with any crimes at this time – leading to the release of Osborn and Ansbach. Pearce remained behind bars for allegedly sexually assaulting or raping four women between 2010 and 2020.
Ansbach is not currently charged in the case, the Los Angeles Times reported. Meanwhile, Pearce’s attorney, Jacob Glucksmansays he plans to plead not guilty at his July 11 indictment. The attorney also declined to provide a statement to the outlet, noting only that his client “adamantly and emphatically denies any connection to the unfortunate deaths of these women.”
Hopefully these two women will finally get justice. Case update reactions, Perezcious paralegal? Let us know in the comments (below).