Hamlet Arsen Aghajanyan – Hamlet Arseni Aghajanyan, 19, of Burbank, and a 17-year-old suspect, whose name was retained, were set up for doubt of three tallies of homicide and one tally of foolish driving.
A youngster and a teen were captured Thursday regarding the passings of three individuals in a searing three-vehicle impact in Burbank during an unlawful road race, police revealed.
Hamlet Arseni Aghajanyan, 19, of Burbank, and a 17-year-old suspect, whose name was retained, were set up for doubt of three tallies of homicide and one tally of foolish driving, as indicated by a Burbank Police Department explanation.
The accident happened at about 11:50 p.m. Aug. 3 on North Glenoaks Boulevard at Andover Drive, said Burbank police Sgt. Emil Brimway, who said the lethally harmed casualties were not associated with the supposed road race.
At the point when cops and paramedics showed up, they discovered three individuals who had been catapulted from a silver Volkswagen. Pasadena inhabitant Cerain Anthony Raekwon Baker, 21, Burbank occupant Jaiden Kishon Johnson, 20 and 19-year-old Calabasas occupant Natalee Asal Moghaddam were articulated dead at the scene.
A fourth inhabitant of the Volkswagen supported genuine wounds and was taken to a neighborhood emergency room, police said.
Aghajanyan, who was observed to be truly harmed in a dark Kia, was likewise taken to an emergency room for treatment, as indicated by police.
The 17-year-old was in the driver’s seat of a dark Mercedes-Benz, as indicated by Brimway, who said the teenager and a traveler were safe.
Police said Hamlet Arseni Aghajanyan, 19, was driving a Kia while hustling a 17-year-old kid in a dark Mercedes-Benz when the Kia crashed into a Volkswagen.
Aghajanyan is being hung on $6 million bail and is relied upon to show up in court on Monday. The 17-year-old driver is being confined at an adolescent detainment office.
Burbank criminal investigators are as yet researching the crash and requested that anybody with data contact the office’s Investigation Division at 818-238-3210.