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December 21, 1992 | MILES CORWIN
This is the kind of case homicide detectives dread. There are no witnesses. There is no crime scene. There is no way to determine the cause of death. There isn't even a body. There are just two arms that washed up on the beach, one on the wet sand in Venice, and the other 3 1/2 hours later near a boat slip in Marina del Rey. This is a problem case, and has been from the beginning, because the arms surfaced in different law enforcement jurisdictions.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 21, 1992 | MILES CORWIN
This is the kind of case homicide detectives dread. There are no witnesses. There is no crime scene. There is no way to determine the cause of death. There isn't even a body. There are just two arms that washed up on the beach, one on the wet sand in Venice, and the other 3 1/2 hours later near a boat slip in Marina del Rey. This is a problem case, and has been from the beginning, because the arms surfaced in different law enforcement jurisdictions.
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January 14, 1995 | JULIE TAMAKI, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Los Angeles police got a break in a gruesome murder case, announcing Friday that authorities in Indonesia have arrested a suspect wanted in the slayings of two men and a woman whose decomposing bodies were discovered last summer in a Northridge storage locker. The suspect, Harnoko (Oki) Dewantono, 30, was arrested by Indonesian authorities in Jakarta, the country's capital, said Lt. Al Moen, head of the Los Angeles Police Department's major crimes investigation section.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 14, 1995 | JULIE TAMAKI, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Los Angeles police got a break in a gruesome murder case, announcing Friday that authorities in Indonesia have arrested a suspect wanted in the slayings of two men and a woman whose decomposing bodies were discovered during the summer in a Northridge storage locker. The suspect, Harnoko (Oki) Dewantono, 30, was arrested by Indonesian authorities in Jakarta, the country's capital, said Lt. Al Moen, head of the Los Angeles Police Department's Major Crimes Investigation Section.
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