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LAPD Announce Arrests For The Murders Of two USC Students  

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LAPD Announce Arrests For The Murders Of two USC Students

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From the April 18 memorial on campus for Ying Wu (left) and Ming Qu (right). (Gracie Zheng/Neon Tommy)
From the April 18 memorial on campus for Ying Wu (left) and Ming Qu (right). (Gracie Zheng/Neon Tommy)

Updated: 8:34 p.m.

LAPD officials announced Friday evening that two arrests were made in the fatal shootings of Ming Qu and Ying Wu, the two Chinese electrical engineering students shot and killed off-campus April 11.

According to NBC News that covered the press conference, a 20-year-old Los Angeles man and a 19-year-old man from Palmdale have been charged with the murders.

LAPD Chief Charlie Beck said that forensic evidence linked the two men to the case as well as to two other homicides.

Chief Beck didn't go into specifics about the evidence because he said the DA still needed to make a case.

From KPCC:

The suspects are Bryan Barnes, 20, and Javier Bolden, 19, both African-American men. They're scheduled to be arraigned Tuesday. The suspects have minor criminal records and are not known to be gang members, but Beck said they may have some connection with a gang.

"Let this be a reminder to anyone who wants to do something like this, we will work every day to find you," Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa said at a press conference at LAPD Headquarters. The press conference also included LAPD Chief Charlie Beck, as well as detectives from the LAPD's Criminal Gang Homicide Division and representatives from LAPD command staff.

The search is still ongoing for the murder weapon, Chief Beck said. The reward is still in effect, as police want more information from the public, Beck said.

 

According to The L.A. Times, the bullet casings may have been what led the LAPD to the suspects:

A police source who requested anonymity because the investigation is ongoing said ballistic tests on shell casings recovered at the scene of the USC shooting show they were fired from the same gun used in two other shootings.

Detectives working on the two previous shootings had followed some "very tenuous" leads that led them to believe the man taken into custody might have been involved, the source said. The source added that the man did not have an extensive criminal record.

The source said police knew the man had been in possession of something that "could very readily be tied to one of the victims."

 

Ming Qu and Ying Wu had been sitting in Qu's car on the 2700 block of Raymond Avenue around 1 a.m. Wednesday, April 11, when both were shot. 

Wu was found slumped in the passenger seat while Qu was found on a porch after trying to get help. The LAPD had said they were seeking the help of the public in finding the suspects.

The LAPD had announced a $125,000 reward for information linked to the crime. The reward was pushed to $200,000 after the L.A. City Council agreed to add an additional $75,000.

The LAPD's announcement of the arrests is made just one day after the victims' parents filed a wrongful death lawsuit against USC for misleading students about campus safety.

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