Glendale resident among those arrested in Northridge quadruple homicide investigation

Los Angeles police detectives have arrested four people in Las Vegas in connection with a quadruple homicide in Northridge, Chief Charlie Beck announced Tuesday.

The four people were taken into custody without incident at the Silverton Hotel and Casino, Beck said. The suspects were identified as Ka Pasasouk, 31, of Los Angeles; Howard Alcantara, 30, of Glendale; Donna Rabulan, 30, of Los Angeles; and Christina Neal, 33, of Los Angeles.

Pasasouk was arrested on suspicion of murder, Beck said. The three others faced charges of aiding a felon; Alcantara faced an additional charge of robbery.

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All four suspects remained in Clark County jail and were expected to be extradited to Los Angeles in the coming days, Beck said. The FBI assisted with the arrests, along with Las Vegas and Henderson, Nev.,  police.

Citing the ongoing investigation, Beck declined to reveal additional details about the case, including a motive or information about the victims.

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-- Andrew Blankstein and Kate Mather, Los Angeles Times

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