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Jennifer Kim, Robert Calabia, Amanda Ghossein, identified as three of four murdered victims in Northridge

Photo of Ka Pasasouk via Facebook Page

Photo of Ka Pasasouk via Facebook Page


By Brian Hews

The names of three of the four victims brutally murdered at a Northridge home earlier this week have been identified as Jennifer Kim, age 26, Robert Calabia, 34, and Amanda Ghossein, 24.

The name of the fourth victim has not been released by law enforcement officials as of Wednesday afternoon at 5 p.m.

Also, four arrests were made in Las Vegas in connection with the four murders.  The main figure in the case, according to law enforcement officials in Los Angeles is Ka Pasasouk, 31.

Others arrested in connection with the case are Howard Alcantara, 30, of Glendale; Donna Rabulon, 30, of Los Angeles; and Christina Neal, 33, of Los Angeles.

Pasasouk was arrested on suspicion of murder.  LAPD Chief Charlie Beck said Pasasouk is “the main figure” in the brutal mass killing.

Alcantara, Rabulon, and Neal were charged with aiding a felon and robbery charges.

The four victims were found fatally shot at around 4:30 am on Sunday morning, at a home located at the 17400 block of Devonshire Street.   The residence has been described as “an illegal boarding home” and as many as 17 people may have been living on the property amongst hoarding conditions.

Pasasouk is expected to be making an appearance in a Las Vegas court room on Thursday and could be returned to Los Angeles shortly afterwards.