On December 2, 2012, a quadruple homicide took place in Los Angeles, California, in which the suspects shot and killed four people. Four of the suspects involved in this crime then fled the Los Angeles area to Las Vegas, and detectives from the LAPD and agents from the FBI contacted the LVMPD Criminal Apprehension Team (CAT) for assistance in locating and arresting these individuals. On Sunday evening the CAT team investigation indicated all four suspects were driving a black Audi with no license plates, and possibly staying at a local hotel. The suspect vehicle then was found in the Silverton hotel parking lot, and a check at the hotel revealed the suspects had checked in that evening. Agents and detectives maintained surveillance on the suspects and the vehicle throughout the night. Following the issuance of arrest warrants all four suspects were taken into custody at the Silverton Hotel without incident.
Howard Alcantra, 30 years of age,
Ka Pasasouk, 31 years of age,
Christina Neal, 33 years of age, and
Donna Rabulan, 30 years of age.
All four suspects are believed to reside in the Southern California area. Because the investigation into this crime remains ongoing, no booking photographs of the suspects will be released at this time. LAPD Detectives arrived in Las Vegas on the evening of the crime and have interviewed the suspects. Additionally, search warrants have been issued for both the suspect’s hotel room and the suspect vehicle. All four individuals have been booked into the Clark County Detention Center on the fugitive warrants and are awaiting extradition to California. The Los Angeles Police Department conducted a media briefing at 4:00 p.m. today in Los Angeles to further discuss details of this crime.The CAT/Fugitive Team is a federal task force comprised of detectives from the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department, the Henderson Police Department and special agents from the Federal Bureau of Investigation.