4 in Vegas agree to extradition in LA slayings
LAS VEGAS (AP) -- A 31-year-old Southern California man and three alleged accomplices agreed to be transferred in custody from Las Vegas to Los Angeles to face charges in a quadruple weekend slaying outside a crowded rental house in Northridge.
Alleged shooter Ka Pasasouk, along with Howard Alcantara, Christina Neal and Donna Rabulan told a judge Thursday they won't fight extradition.
Las Vegas police arrested the four at the Silverton Hotel and Casino on warrants issued in Los Angeles less than 24 hours after two men and two women were shot dead early Sunday morning.
A motive for the slayings remains unknown.
Police in Los Angeles on Tuesday described a grisly scene on the front lawn of the large unkempt house that authorities say appeared to be an unlicensed boarding house.