A new indictment unsealed in court shows the suspect in the stabbing murder of Brianna Kupfer now faces two special circumstance allegations.
The vendor says the suspect was arrested wearing clothes he stole from the van.
A street vendor was attacked and carjacked in Hancock Park Saturday. The attack was caught on video.
Brianna Kupfer, the UCLA graduate student killed in a random daytime attack at a luxury furniture store in Hancock Park in January, was stabbed 26 times, her newly released autopsy has revealed.
Ashton Dwight Carter and his girlfriend Teresa Whitaker were arrested after they allegedly followed a woman home from a post office then robbed her at gunpoint while she was taking her two young daughters out of their car seats in Hancock Park.
A homeless man suspected of killing 24-year-old UCLA grad student Brianna Kupfer inside a Hancock Park furniture store was charged Friday with murder.
Friends and family gathered outside the Hancock Park upscale furniture store to remember Brianna Kupfer, the young woman who was killed while on the job by a 31-year-old man.
A murder suspect is off the streets of Los Angeles and in police custody after being recognized by people in Pasadena.
Those who live in the area where Brianna Kupfer was murdered are calling for a larger police presence and more mental health services.
Shawn Laval Smith, the suspected killer of Brianna Kupfer, was arrested Wednesday in Pasadena in connection with the 24-year-old UCLA grad student's stabbing death.
Neighbors say they can breathe a sigh of relief after learning that the man wanted in the murder of a Hancock Park store employee is now behind bars.
FOX 11 looked into the criminal record of Shawn Smith, the man who was taken into custody in connection to the murder of Brianna Kupfer.
A man wanted in connection to the murder of Brianna Kupfer has been taken into custody.
The man suspected of killing Brianna Kupfer, Shawn Laval Smith, has a long rap sheet covering
Shawn Laval Smith has been identified as the suspect wanted in connection to Brianna Kupfer's death. He has been seen in Pasadena, Santa Monica, West Hollywood, Covina and other parts of California, LAPD says.
A combined $250,000 reward is being offered to help Los Angeles Police track down the person responsible for stabbing UCLA graduate student Brianna Kupfer to death in a random daytime attack at a luxury furniture store.
A manhunt is underway for a 31-year-old man wanted in connection to the death of Brianna Kupfer, a 24-year-old UCLA grad student who was working at a upscale furniture store in Hancock Park.
A combined $250,000 reward is being offered to help LAPD track down the person responsible for stabbing UCLA graduate student Brianna Kupfer to death in a random daytime attack at a luxury furniture store.
Brianna Kupfer, 24, was stabbed to death during a random daytime attack while working at a luxury furniture store in Los Angeles.
Brianna Kupfer, 24, was working inside a store in Hancock Park when the suspect walked in and killed her in what police are calling a "random" attack.