Plane Crash Victim Identified as Lawyer
Authorities on Thursday identified one of three people killed in the weekend crash of a small plane in northern Los Angeles County as attorney William Thomas Perry of Agua Dulce.
Perry, 52, was a passenger in the twin-engine Piper Aerostar 601, which took off about 1 p.m. Sunday from Agua Dulce Airpark headed for Nevada, according to friend Art Brewer.
The names of a 51-year-old woman and a 59-year-old man also killed have not been released. The plane was owned by George and Rosalie Willard of Encino, but authorities would not say if they were on board.
Perry was an arbitrator and volunteer judge for Los Angeles Superior Court who moved from Hollywood to Agua Dulce in 1995.