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A burglary at Rep. Karen Bass's home, (a Los Angeles Dem. mayoral candidate) resulted in two firearms stolen. She apparently didn't secure them in accordance with California DOJ mandates. She will, of course continue to blame other legal gun owners for the rise in crime.
 

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During the commission of the criminal offense, the vehicle and license plates of the suspects were identified at the residence where the victim lived on September 9, 2022.

The vehicle was discovered in the vicinity of Sylvan Street and Hazeltine Avenue on September 13, 2022, at 7:15 PM. Van Nuys officers from Los Angeles Police Department observed the suspects get into the vehicle and drive off. The vehicle was stopped and the occupants were taken into custody.

Suspect-1, 42-year-old, Patricio Munoz was arrested for 459PC-Residential Burglary. He is currently being held on $500,000 bail (Booking #6464056).

Suspect 2, 24-year-old, Juan Espinoza was arrested for 459PC-Residential Burglary. He is currently being held on no bail (Booking #6464057).

The case will be submitted to the Los Angeles District Attorney’s Office for filing considerations.

Second addendum:

This revision/addition clarifies the real and alias names of suspects.

Suspect-1, 42-year-old, Patricio Munoz was arrested for 459PC-Residential Burglary (Booking #6464056). Munoz provided an alias of Matias Milito to arresting Officers and was subsequently booked under that name.

Suspect-2, 24-year-old, Juan Espinoza was arrested for 459PC-Residential Burglary (Booking #6464057). Espinoza provided an alias of Baltazar Rodriguez to arresting Officers and was subsequently booked under that name.


There are no new curious actions or incidents involving Bass. Jennifer Van Laar reported that Bass accepted a secret scholarship at the University of Southern California (USC) on Tuesday, September 13, 2013.
This private institution then sponsored legislation that would have funneled public funds to the school through stipends to train social workers.
Multiple questions remain unanswered in the case of gun theft, despite Michaelson asking them.
What type of guns were involved?
How did the burglars or burglars find out that there were guns in the box, which was supposedly locked?
What was the reason for nothing else being taken?
To deduce many, shall we say peculiarities, a houndstooth cap does not suffice.

According to the complaint, the two guns taken from Bass' home were .38 caliber revolvers

 
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