Police have made several arrests in connection with the deaths of two women whose lifeless bodies were thrown in hospitals around Los Angeles last month, KABC-TV reports.
Relatives of the women – Christy Giles, 24, and Hilda Marcela Cabrales-Arzola, 26 – claim they were drugged without their consent after a night of partying.
Security camera footage captured men wearing face masks leaving bodies in hospitals and driving away in a vehicle without license plates, according to the Daily Mail.
Giles was an aspiring model and actress from Alabama, and Cabrales-Arzola was an interior designer from Mexico, according to KABC-TV.
It’s unclear exactly what happened to the women, but Giles’ husband Jan told the Daily Mail that security camera footage showed Giles and Cabrales-Arzola leaving a party with the men in the wee hours of the morning. November 13.
The phone’s location data appears to put Giles in an apartment near Beverly Hills around 5:30 a.m. when she texted Cabrales-Arzola “Let’s go” with an emoji of a shocked face.
In a response, Cabrales-Arzola wrote “Yes. I’ll call an Uber. She said a car was 10 minutes away, but the women never took it.
A friend then texted Giles at 5:36 am asking where she was, but the “reading” receipts showed Giles did not read the text or the others following it, according to the Daily Mail.
About 12 hours later, security cameras recorded a black Toyota Prius without license plates at the Southern California Hospital in Culver City, where men in hats and masks unloaded and abandoned Giles’ body. . Two hours later, the men left Cabrales-Arzola’s body at Kaiser Permanente West LA
Giles was pronounced dead shortly after being found. Cabrales-Arzola was declared brain dead and was interrupted on November 28, a day before her 27th birthday, according to KABC-TV.
Heroin has been found in the Cabrales-Arzola system, reports KABC-TV; Giles’ toxicology report has yet to be released.
Friends and relatives of the women believe that neither of them has intentionally used drugs.
Investigators then spoke with the men. They reportedly admitted to bringing the women home, but allegedly claimed that Giles and Cabrales-Arzola had intentionally ingested drugs and overdosed. The men say they immediately took the women to hospital.
The three men have been identified as David Pearce, Brandt Osborn and Mike Ansbach.
Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department show booking records Pearce, 37, was arrested at 11 a.m. on Wednesday and is being held on $ 1 million bail. Osborn, 42, who is Pearce’s roommate, was arrested Wednesday afternoon and given $ 100,000 bail.
Details on Ansbach, 47, were not yet available.
The Daily Mail approached Osborn last month outside his apartment; he made no comment except to allege that he was the target of “slander”, according to the outlet.
Neighbors reported seeing the men loading a moving van in December, according to the Daily Mail.
A friend of Giles and Cabrales-Arzola told the Daily Mail that Pearce and Ansbach were “obnoxious” and “crazy” at a party on the evening of November 13. The friend suggested that Pearce and Ansbach had infiltrated the party uninvited.
“Their energy was extinguished. Usually people in this industry are very cool and cold, and they are respectful. But these men were odious. They took off their shirts and started to fidget as if they were speeding. There was a certain energy of madness, ”the friend told the Daily Mail.
Cabrales-Arzola’s father, Luis, told KNBC-TV that the family were with her after she was hospitalized. They decided to donate his organs.
“We are all devastated but grateful that God allowed us to have him with us for almost 27 years and allow us to come here and say goodbye to him,” Cabrales Rivera told the TV station.
“I am grateful that with her last breath she can bring others to life and that she will live in someone else’s heart, eyes, lungs.”
A GoFundMe account raises funds to hire private investigators and help cover funeral and memorial costs for Giles and Cabrales-Arzola.
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[Feature Photo: Christy Giles/Instagram]