2 group arrested, teen incarcerated in California triple slaying

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Two group were arrested and a 17-year-old lady was incarcerated Sunday on guess of murdering 3 people inside a Southern California home over a weekend, military said.

Fullerton military Sgt. Jon Radus would not contend if a arrested teen was a blank daughter of dual of a victims.

He did contend she has been found given authorities released an warning looking for her, primarily observant they were endangered about her safety.

“Katlynn Goodwill Yost has been located and she is unharmed,” Radus said. “State law prevents law coercion from releasing a names of juveniles who have been arrested for crimes. That said, a 17 year aged womanlike youthful has also been incarcerated in tie with a murders and is in a control of a Orange County Juvenile Hall.”

The arrests came a day after a child called 911 to news her relatives had died.

Officers who went Saturday morning to a home in a southeastern Los Angeles suburb of Fullerton detected dual group and a lady passed with signs of mishap to their bodies. Two girls, age 6 and 9, were found unscathed inside a home.

Radus identified a victims — Christopher Yost and Jennifer Goodwill Yost — as a girls’ relatives and described a third victim, Arthur William Boucher, 28, as a family friend. The means of their deaths was underneath investigation.

Suspects Josh Acosta, 21, of Fort Irwin and Frank Felix, 25, of Sun Valley, were arrested Sunday morning and requisitioned into jail for review of murder, Radus said.

The sergeant did not divulge a ground for a killings though says investigators trust a victims were targeted by a suspects.

“We wish a discerning detain of these people will move comfort to a village and support a friends and family of those influenced by this inconceivable crime,” he said.

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