BREAKING : “Marina del Rey: Woman’s Death Ruled Homicide, Man’s Death Ruled Suicide”

Death – Obituary – Accident and Crime News : Tragic Discovery in Marina del Rey: Woman’s Death Ruled Homicide, Man’s Death Deemed Suicide

LOS ANGELES – In a shocking turn of events, two bodies were found last week in the serene Marina del Rey area, leaving local residents and authorities stunned. The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department’s Marina del Rey Station received a distressing call on December 7, prompting a welfare check on two individuals residing on a boat in the marina.

Responding swiftly to the call, deputies arrived at the 14000 block of Tahiti Way and made a grim discovery. Tragically, a deceased female was found on the boat shortly before 11:15 a.m. Meanwhile, the Los Angeles Police Department notified investigators of the discovery of a deceased male in a vehicle at the 100 block of Via Marina. Disturbingly, local residents informed deputies that the male victim was a resident of the boat where the homicide investigation was underway.

The Los Angeles County Medical Examiner-Coroner’s office has since revealed that the female victim’s death has been classified as a homicide. However, her identity is currently being withheld pending notification of her next of kin. The deceased male has been identified as 33-year-old Kelvin Nelson Jr., and the coroner has ruled his death as a suicide.

As the investigation into the circumstances surrounding the female victim’s death continues, authorities have stated that they believe there are no outstanding suspects. They are urging anyone with information about this tragic incident to come forward and contact the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department’s Homicide Bureau at (323) 890-5500.

This heartbreaking incident has sent shockwaves through the close-knit community of Marina del Rey. Known for its picturesque views and tranquil atmosphere, the area is now grappling with the aftermath of this tragic event. Residents are left reeling, struggling to come to terms with the loss of two lives in their midst.

As the community mourns the loss of these individuals, it serves as a reminder of the importance of mental health awareness and support. If you or someone you know is in distress, please reach out to the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255 or text HOME to 741-741 (Crisis Text Line). Remember, help is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

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