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Saturday, 10 April 2010

Suspect in Valley Village massacre is named -

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Suspect in Valley Village massacre is named - "Nerses Arthur Galstyan is considered to be armed and very dangerous and is still at large somewhere in the city, possibly hiding with the aid of friends or relatives, said LAPD Chief Charlie Beck, speaking at news conference downtown.Investigators said they believe anger was behind the attack April 3 against six acquaintances at the Hot Spot Mediterranean Restaurant on Riverside Drive in Valley Village.Police said Galstyan was among a group of guests attending an afternoon celebration in honor of a friend who had died in an accident a year earlier. A quarrel broke out and Galstyan began shooting, they said.Hayt Yegnanyan, 25; Sarkis Karadjian, 26; Harut Baburyan, 28; and Vardan Tofalyan, 31, were killed, and two other men were wounded. Galstyan fled and remains at large, police said.Members of the Los Angeles Police Department's Robbery-Homicide Division have been conducting an 'extensive, nonstop' investigation into the case, Beck said.They have made progress despite uncooperative witnesses and conflicting accounts, uncovering leads that overlapped with information gathered in an ongoing federal investigation into weapons violations and prompting federal weapons charges against Galstyan, said U.S. Atty. Andre Birotte Jr. of Los Angeles.
Galstyan had not previously been the focus of the federal probe, Birotte said."

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