Friday, May 18, 2012

UPDATE: Bryan Barnes, Javier Bolden BOOKING DETAILS POSTED in murders of Ming and Ying! Great work, LAPD

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11:25 p.m. SATURDAY NIGHT.  Both SUSPECTS are being held WITHOUT BAIL.  Both Bryan Barnes and Javier Bolden's official criminal booking information has been posted by members of law enforcement.  Below you will find that information.

Chief Charlie Beck held a press conference on Friday night and announced that the Los Angeles Police Department has arrested 20-year-old Bryan Barnes, who lives near USC, and 19-year-old Javier Bolden of Palmdale, who is suspected of being an accomplice in the April 11, shootings of Ming Qu, and Ying Wu. This is great news, and it appears to be dramatic in the end. Helicopters were used in the arrests. One of my readers sent me a note who said the arrest scene "looked like something out of a Hollywood crime show."

Great news for the community and for the family of Ming and Ying!

Booking No.: 3162465       Last Name: BARNES       First Name: BRYAN       Middle Name: JOHNATHAN 

Sex: M       Race: B       Date Of Birth: 05/10/1992       Age: 20       Hair: BLK       Eyes: BRO       Height: 508       Weight: 195 
Charge Level: F   (Felony)

Arrest Date: 05/18/2012       Arrest Time: 2240       Arrest Agency: 4296       Agency Description: LAPD-SO. BUREAU HOMICIDE

Date Booked: 05/19/2012       Time Booked: 0150       Booking Location: 4212       Location Description: LAPD - 77TH STREET

Booking No.: 3162351       Last Name: BOLDEN       First Name: JAVIER       Middle Name: 

Sex: M       Race: B       Date Of Birth: 08/29/1992       Age: 19       Hair: BLK       Eyes: BRO       Height: 505       Weight: 145 
Charge Level: F   (Felony)

Arrest Date: 05/18/2012       Arrest Time: 2240       Arrest Agency: 4296       Agency Description: LAPD-SO. BUREAU HOMICIDE

Date Booked: 05/19/2012       Time Booked: 0006       Booking Location: 4212       Location Description: LAPD - 77TH STREET

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Anonymous said...

That is really great news for a family. We should celebrate and they should have a party smiling and dancing

Anonymous said...

This is ridiculous thet did NOT do this

Anonymous said...

It states that the two young men are suspected so there is not need to celebrate. People should get the facts before they act as justice is served it is only fair for then to have facts befor judging the young men with no proof.

Anonymous said...

They did it. wake up and smell the coffee. put them away.

Trojan Eddie said...

I live near USC. If they did it... I hope they get "THE CHAIR!"

Anonymous said...

Sounds like GREAT police work....

Anonymous said...

What a Crock! If you believe the police work on this was correct, I've got a great price on a bridge to sell you.

Anonymous said...

Law enforcement REALLY wanted to make a statement with this arrest, in my opinion.

Was it a "rad" over the top for the way these two were arrested? I don't think so.

I think the LAPD did what it needed to do to get these two suspects in custody.

I wonder with the family of Ming and Ying think about "American justice system?"

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Anonymous said...

They didn't do it if u don't know them don't speak up on them smh at ppl in this world there innocent till proven guilty.

Anonymous said...

Agreed, knowing both of them I'll speak in saying that they shouldn't be charged unless they is 100% proof that they are guilty. Taking the life of someone doesn't help, in the end more life are being lost.

Anonymous said...

Tell that to George Zimmerman


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