RATES RATES  

Socialize

Anthony Craig Chambers, 41, identified as suspect in MTA Bus Driver Murder

Sheriff’s Homicide Bureau detectives are continuing their investigation into the circumstances surrounding the shooting death of a MTA bus operator, which occurred Sunday morning, May 20, 2012, while the bus was traveling eastbound on Santa Monica Boulevard. During the Investigation, detectives discovered a suspicious package inside the bus. The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department, Arson/Explosive Detail, was notified of the package and responded to the location. Upon their arrival, Arson investigators determined that the package was not an explosive device and removed the item from the bus. The suspect, who was detained at the scene, has been identified as 41-year old, Anthony Craig Chambers, a resident of Los Angeles. He was booked at the West Hollywood Sheriff’s Station for Murder and is being held in lieu of $1,000,000.00 bail. A booking photo of the suspect will not be released at this time. There is no further information available.

One Response to Anthony Craig Chambers, 41, identified as suspect in MTA Bus Driver Murder