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3 men arrested in deaths of drugged model and friend who were dropped off at L.A. hospitals

Three men have been arrested in the deaths of two girls who died after being dropped off at Los Angeles hospitals on the identical day final month, (*3*) Thursday. 

CBS Los Angeles reports the three men were arrested in connection with the November 13 death of Christy Giles, a model and aspiring actress, and the November 24 demise of her friend, Hilda Marcela Cabrales Arzola.

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Christy Giles

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Investigators consider each Giles and Arzola were given medication and overdosed at a house in L.A’s Westside.

Thirty-seven-year-old David Pearce was taken into custody on a cost of manslaughter, whereas 47-year-old Michael Ansbach and 42-year-old Brandt Osborn were each arrested on a cost of accent to manslaughter, police stated.

“Based on the investigation, the LAPD is worried that there might be different victims in our group who might have been drugged by a number of of these men,” the LAPD stated in an announcement. 

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The New York Post reported that Osborn, an actor, was arrested on the set of “NCIS: Los Angeles.”  According to Osborn’s IMDB page, he has three performing credit, together with an look on a 2014 episode of “Nurse Jackie.”

On November 13, Giles was dropped off at Southern California Hospital at Culver City by masked men in a black Toyota Prius, police stated. She was unconscious and pronounced lifeless. A GoFundMe page arrange on behalf of her husband has raised greater than $130,000,

A short time later, the identical automotive dropped off Arzola at Kaiser Permanente West L.A. Medical Center, police stated. Arzola was in vital situation and died about ten days later, on November 24.

The suspects were arrested by the LAPD-FBI Fugitive Task Force. Pearce is being held on $1 million bail. Bail for Osborn and Ansbach was set at $100,000.

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Investigators consider the suspects might have extra victims. Anyone with data ought to name detectives at 213-382-9470

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