Last seen June 2009
LOMITA, Calif.—A 31-year-old woman has been missing for nearly a year and a half, and sheriff's investigators asked today for the public's help intheir stalled search for the Lomita resident.
Raven Joy Campbell was last seen about noon on June 4, 2009, leaving the Western Avenue residence where she was living at the time, according to the sheriff's department.
She may be living on the street, according to detectives, who could not be reached to elaborate.
Campbell was described as black, 5 feet 4 inches tall and about 180 pounds, with black hair and brown eyes.
Anyone with information on her whereabouts was asked to call sheriff's homicide detectives O'Quinn or Lopez at (323) 890-5628 or (323) 890-5579, respectively.
Los Angeles police say two suspects have been arrested for the murder of 5-year-old Aaron Shannon, and are being held without bail. Leonard Hall Jr., 21, was taken into custody today (Friday) about at 2:10 a.m. at an apartment in the 200 block of West. 27th Str. Marcus Denson, 18, was arrested Thursday evening by Sheriff’s deputies in the 1100 block of East 83rd Street. Law enforcement officials say both suspects are active gang members.
You can never underestimate the power of prayer. And when you specifically ask Jesus to pray for you, get ready to be blessed. Problem is you want your prayers to be answered immediately. After all, Jesus is the Son of God. God listens to Him, right? But it didn’t happen immediately for me. I wanted off the street right then and there. I was diligently looking for blessings, jumping at everything that looked promising to me, hoping it was a blessing from God. As a result, it caused me a lot of heartache.
LOS ANGELES, Calif.—More than 51,000 people are homeless in Los Angeles County, a 3 percent drop from 2009, according to a report released today.
The report, by the Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority, which counts the homeless once every two years, found that social service agencies and homeless prevention programs have helped keep the numbers level despite the economic downturn.
Teresa Marshall, a 58-year-old African American woman who is 5 feet six inches tall and weighs about 250 pounds, was reported missing from her residence near the 1500 block of East 105th Street in Los Angeles.
Marshall, who is described as having a “poor mental condition,” was last seen May 12, and investigators and her family believe she may have boarded a Greyhound Bus in downtown Los Angels bound for San Diego.
Although Lonnie Franklin, the defendant in the Grim Sleeper murders that plagued South Los Angeles over the past two decades, has been in custody for more than three months, the “800” Task Force charged with solving the carnage is still embroiled in the investigation, according to Bill Fallon, one of the eight officers assigned to the investigative unit. The detective granted Our Weekly an interview in between treks to Mississippi and Northern California to tie up loose ends in this ever-expanding multiple homicide case.