Michael Latt : “Homeless Woman Charged with Murder After Mid-City Home Invasion Shooting”

Death – Obituary – Accident and Crime News : Homeless Woman Charged with Murder after Shooting Hollywood Philanthropist in Mid-City Home Invasion

LOS ANGELES – In a shocking incident that has left the Hollywood community in mourning, a homeless woman has been charged with murder after breaking into a Mid-City home and shooting a well-known philanthropist. The victim has been identified as Michael Latt, a 33-year-old philanthropist who founded the Lead with Love organization in 2019. Latt was known for his success in getting big names in the entertainment industry involved in charitable causes.

According to Deadline, Latt’s brother is Franklin Latt, head of talent at the Creative Artists Agency, and his stepmother is Michelle Satter, an executive who has worked with the Sundance Film Festival for four decades. Satter is expected to accept an honorary Oscar next year for her work.

The suspect, Jameelah Elena Michl, 36, believed to be a homeless woman in the Los Angeles area, has been charged with murder and burglary with a firearm enhancement. The incident took place on Wednesday evening in the 900 block of Alandele Avenue. When police arrived at the scene, they discovered Latt had been shot by an intruder.

Michl, who was living in her vehicle, stayed at the scene before being taken into custody. Her vehicle has been seized as evidence. A neighbor, Averie Shevin, witnessed the aftermath of the incident and recalled seeing Michl standing on the street with her hands up. Shevin also mentioned that Latt lived with his girlfriend and their pets, and that Latt’s mother had just arrived to take him to a movie.

The arrest of Michl has left the community shocked and grieving for the loss of a beloved philanthropist. The Los Angeles County District Attorney’s office has set her bail at $3 million. The investigation into the incident is ongoing, and anyone with information is urged to contact West Bureau Homicide Investigators at (213)382-9470. Alternatively, anonymous tips can be provided to the LA Regional Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (800-222-8477) or through the Crime Stoppers website.

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