Andrew Morrison, 34, and David Morrison, 38, facing suspicion of robbery after brutal attack in Costco parking lot shakes California community
Andrew Morrison, 34, and David Morrison, 38, both from California, were apprehended by the Major Crimes Bureau of the LA County Sheriff’s Department last week in connection with a heinous theft of handbags from Costco. A woman sustained serious injuries in late November. They were detained on suspicion of robbery, according to KTLA report. A meticulous inquiry into the heinous crime has led to this apprehension.
The unnamed lady was assaulted in Industry on November 26th while carrying goods into her car. A man appeared from an SUV and tried to steal her purse. The attacker dragged her 50 feet across the parking lot before fleeing with the bag despite her resistance. The woman had a face fracture, abrasions, and a scalp laceration. These injuries caused life-threatening trauma and demanded an emergency police response.
The Morrison brothers were arrested in Diamond Bar after a lengthy LASD investigation. A search warrant reportedly yielded critical evidence, including the victim’s possessions. Both suspects remain in detention on a $500,000 bond while the investigation proceeds.
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This horrific crime has shaken California, raising public safety worries. The case highlights the harm violent crime does innocent people and the need for justice for victims and their families. The authorities strive hard to hold culpable parties accountable and provide assistance and care to impacted individuals.
The arrest of Andrew and David Morrison is a major step toward justice for the victim and the community touched by this horrific act. The authorities are committed to protecting safety and justice for all residents throughout the judicial process, emphasizing the need to avoid and address communal aggression.