According to a statement released by the police on Monday, only one of the two deaths is being examined as a potential homicide at this time.
The murders of two models whose corpses were found in their separate downtown residences within days of one another are unconnected, and according to the statement, only one of the homicides is being probed as a possible homicide at this time. Both of the dead models were discovered in their downtown area residences when they were discovered.
On September 12th, around 4:00 in the afternoon, law enforcement officers found the deceased body of Maleesa Mooney during a welfare check. She is the sister of Guyanese music singer Jourdin Pauline, and she had not been seen or heard from since that day.
It was determined that Maleesa Mooney’s corpse had been found. She worked in the real estate sector in addition to the other things she did.
Nichole Coats, a second model called, was discovered dead two days earlier inside her apartment about a mile from where Mooney, 31, was slain. Coats was 32 years old at the time of her death.
The person responsible for Mooney’s killing was identified as being Nichole Coats. The apartment building that Mooney had been living in was identified as the area where her body was discovered.
In order to ascertain whether or not Mooney’s death was the result of murder, the Los Angeles Police Department is now conducting an investigation into the circumstances surrounding his passing.
However, according to Tony Im, a spokesman for the Los Angeles Police Department, the LAPD is waiting for a report from the county medical examiner on Coats’ death before deciding whether or not to pursue her death as a criminal inquiry.
This decision will be made once the LAPD receives the report from the county medical examiner. The report will include specific information about the events that led up to the passing of Coats.
The judgment has infuriated members of the Coats family, who have expressed their belief that the dead person seemed to have had a harrowing end to their life.
May Stevens, who is Coats’ aunt, recently gave an interview to KTLA, a television station in Los Angeles. In the interview, she said that she “really does believe it was murder.”
She was kicking with one leg, so she was holding her other leg in the air as she kicked with the other leg.
There is no evidence to suggest that the individual in question passed away as a direct result of going to bed and then failing to get out of bed the following day.
The deaths of the women are not thought to be linked to one another, despite the fact that there are a number of similarities between them, such as their ages, employment, and locales, according to the police.
This is despite the fact that there are a number of similarities between them, such as the fact that there are a number of similarities between them.
Im made the observation that we can’t just assume things to be the case. “We can’t afford to be careless.”
We are not going to engage in conjecture or draw any inferences based on what we believe may have taken place until we have a greater understanding of what really took place.
He followed by saying that there is no imminent danger to the country’s populace as a whole, which was his next statement.
Mooney’s sister turned to social media throughout the course of the weekend to express her sorrow, and she began using the hashtag #JUSTICEFORMALEESA in an effort to contribute to the process of locating the person who was guilty for the assault committed against Mooney.
“once I go back to sleep, I always have the same horrible dream, and once I wake up, I immediately begin sobbing. Dear sister, we will do all in our power to defend your right to justice.
I firmly swear that the sacrifice you have made will not go unrecognized!! Pauline expressed her thoughts by writing a message on Instagram in which she wrote, “The people whose lives you touched and who loved you will carry on for you and keep your name alive in the most beautiful and loving light.”
Pauline’s acknowledgment of her feelings was heartfelt. “In no way, shape, or form did you in any way deserve this at all,” I told her.