Rafael Leon could not believe his sudden reversal of fortune. So timely was his lucky break, on a December day in 2013, he suspected it must have been a case of divine intervention.
Here's what I'll give police:
They meet on Mondays at lunch.
In the next several weeks, money will begin falling out of the sky and onto skid row in downtown Los Angeles. Manna from heaven, as they say.
It's not uncommon on the Westside of Los Angeles for people to shell out $20 million or more for a house.
So here's the question of the day: