Sam Nhat Do's arraignment on two counts of homicide with special circumstance was continued until Feb. 26. The shooting victims were the defendant's brother and sister-in-law. Their four-year-old child was with them when they were shot but was not wounded.
The two victims were pronounced dead at the scene in the 400 block of North Second Street about 7:30 on Friday night. The suspect will be arraigned Tuesday at Alhambra City Courthouse.
The 400 block of North 2nd Street in Alhambra was the scene of the apparent double homicide Friday night. A suspect is in custody.
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A storage facility on West Mission Rd. was allegedly burglarized early Sunday morning. The suspects were both transported to an area hospital.
The blaze began in the Student Services Office of the A Building. Two offices sustained serious fire damage and the building will be out of commission for the rest of the school year. Classes at the school will resume as planned on Monday.
The victim was discovered with a gunshot wound to the upper torso in a vehicle on West Ramona Rd.
On Monday and Tuesday, Alhambra Fire Department used the site to practice high risk, low frequency maneuvers they seldom get to practice on a real-world commercial site.
Firefighters from Alhambra, South Pasadena and San Marino will converge on the old Wondries Toyota location next Monday and Tuesday for a ventilation training exercise.
A recent Alhambra Police Department enforcement effort targeted motorists who failed to yield to pedestrians in crosswalks.