Bold Declaration by LASD Regarding Justice Deserved for Murdered Family
LANCASTER – To add to a tragedy caused by a shooting-death scene found on in the 3500 block of Garnet Lane, where multiple individuals perished – a cry for justice was heard. Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department (LASD) has issued a call for responsibility for the type of filing by the DA’s Office.
Four children and the shooter’s mother-in-law were discovered to have been murdered at the hand of their father/son-in-law. Yet, an advisory states that the family won’t get the justice that they deserve.
“These heinous murders took the lives of the following victims: Erica England, 51-year-old female, Namyiah D., 11-year-old female, Germarcus D., Jr, 7-year-old male, Kayden D., 2-year-old male and the youngest Noah D., 18-month-old male,” announced LASD.
“Unfortunately, there were no special circumstances, such as multiple murders, filed by the DA’s Office, resulting in the offender not being eligible for Life without Parole,” added LASD According to LASD Homicide Bureau Investigators, the horrific tragedy took place on Sunday, November 28, 2021, at approximately 10:27 p.m. Their immediate response to the scene found all family members deceased, when the mother reportedly arrived home and found no one alive, there.
Homicide investigators arrested Germarcus Lamar David, male Black (29), of Lancaster, for the five murders. David was charged with five counts of murder, along with three counts of assault on a child, causing death.
Held on $10 Million Bail, his arraignment is expected to take place on 01/12/2022 at Los Angeles Superior Court, Antelope Valley Branch, in Dept. A01.
And here’s the rub – “However, this means if convicted, the suspect could possibly be eligible for elderly parole at 50 years of age,” emphasized LASD, as they declared #VictimsMatter#Lancaster. This is just the beginning – there will be more to follow.