Council President Wesson Calls on Public’s Help Finding Suspect in Senseless Killing of Marine

Council President Wesson Calls on Public’s Help Finding Suspect in Senseless Killing of Marine

LOS ANGELES – The Los Angeles City Council will vote on and is expected to approve today Council President Herb J. Wesson, Jr.’s proposed $50,000 reward for information leading to the arrest of the individual who fatally shot a 19-year-old Marine last week. On September 16, Lance corporal Carlos Segovia Lopez, a United States Marine stationed at Camp Pendleton, was driving westbound on 31st Street when he was shot by an unknown individual. The Los Angeles Police Department is diligently investigating the matter and worked with Wesson to post a reward encouraging members of the public to provide information on the identity of the individual responsible for this horrendous crime. Wesson is asking members of the media to help broadcast the details of the tragedy and compensation available to members of the public who provide information leading to an arrest.

WHEN: TODAY, Friday, September 23 10:00A

WHAT: Los Angeles City Council Vote on Wesson’s Reward Motion

WHO: L.A. City Council President Herb Wesson Family of Lance corporal Carlos Segovia Lopez Members of the Los Angeles Police Department

WHERE: Los Angeles City Hall City Council Chambers 200 N. Mail Street