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[KHTS] – A Canyon Country woman has been arrested on murder charges after allegedly shooting a man in the head early Sunday morning.

Deputies responded to a call involving a domestic dispute around 5:30 a.m., a Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station official said Sunday.

Authorities arrived at the 18000 block of Danielson Street and found one woman and two injured men.

Both victims were taken to a local hospital, where one man was pronounced dead from a gunshot wound to the head and the other had injuries consistent with a graze wound to the head, according to Santa Clarita Sheriff’s Station Deputies.

Los Angeles Homicide detectives took over the investigation around 11 a.m. and later arrested the woman.danielson010815

The identities of those involved have not been released, and the investigation is ongoing.

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  1. Hey Laura Catherine Pearce and Michael O’Neal remember when you lived here like a week ago….

  2. Vickie Walker Edwards Jacob Wood

  3. Hummm, stress and money problems maybe. If he was a rapist or bulgar, then there is one less to worry about. Let’s see.

  4. Gary Wanjon Gary Wanjon says:

    I’m confused what the hell is going on in Santa Clarita!!!

  5. Ml Arney Ml Arney says:

    Which complex is that? I can’t tell. When I first moved to CA I lived at The Colony because I had to find a place online and couldn’t go apt hunting in person. Was outta there the minute our lease was up!

  6. Ashley Melissa Zetina

  7. It was a mentally ill problem.

  8. Sonya Rowin Sonya Rowin says:

    Off Jakes Way/Sandy Dr,

  9. Sandy Pinzon good thing u moved out of there

  10. Sandra Barajas Amanda Guzman

  11. What is going on in this town???

  12. Theresa Love Theresa Love says:

    Corey Lee Chaisson look smh

  13. She ruined her life. I hope she enjoys being locked up with her kind & worse.

  14. Rocio Garcia Rosalia Virues

  15. That area is the projects of canyon county theses days so sad

  16. Jason Rueck Jason Rueck says:

    Crazy chick in Santa Clarita.?.?. Whhaaaaaaaaattt.?.?.? Get outta here…. :-/

  17. Leticia Mijares thank goodness you moved!!!

  18. Well before we judge we need to know the cause of the shooting, if any mofós try breaking into my house for robbery,kidnapping my child or trying to rape me… I would be shooting those mofós too.

  19. Well before we judge we need to know the cause of the shooting, if any mofós try breaking into my house for robbery,kidnapping my child or trying to rape me… I would be shooting those mofós too.

  20. Canyon Country was a fun place to live when I was growing up. I still have the best of friends for life from there. We were always on foot, the bus or getting rides from friends before we bought our own cars. However nowhere is particularly safe now.
    What I learned at one of my NRA classes called: “Refuse to be a Victim” is to be aware. Be aware of what and who are around us at all times. Since this appears to be a dispute at 5:30am, we’ll have to wait for the investigation to know the facts.

  21. Canyon Country was a fun place to live when I was growing up. I still have the best of friends for life from there. We were always on foot, the bus or getting rides from friends before we bought our own cars. However nowhere is particularly safe now.
    What I learned at one of my NRA classes called: “Refuse to be a Victim” is to be aware. Be aware of what and who are around us at all times. Since this appears to be a dispute at 5:30am, we’ll have to wait for the investigation to know the facts.

  22. msc545 says:

    I can’t wait to hear the excuses…

    “He threatened me!” or…

    “He was abusive to me!”

  23. When we moved out here 12 years ago, we rented an apartment for 8 months on Jakes Way while our new home was being built. We did not know anything about this area of Cyn. Country. Boy did we soon find out! Wow…we sure have some crazy stories. Craig Jesse Jake

  24. When we moved out here 12 years ago, we rented an apartment for 8 months on Jakes Way while our new home was being built. We did not know anything about this area of Cyn. Country. Boy did we soon find out! Wow…we sure have some crazy stories. Craig Jesse Jake

  25. Unless you were there or personally know their situation you have NO IDEA how or why this happened. It is absurd that so many people are jumping to conclusions. Immediately think the worst and start the blame game?! How about instead of being a**holes we realize that families are suffering through this loss from many angles! Come on guys, Find the kindness in your heart!

  26. Unless you were there or personally know their situation you have NO IDEA how or why this happened. It is absurd that so many people are jumping to conclusions. Immediately think the worst and start the blame game?! How about instead of being a**holes we realize that families are suffering through this loss from many angles! Come on guys, Find the kindness in your heart!

  27. the news said she shot her father & brother.

  28. the news said she shot her father & brother.

  29. Time to get out of dodge.

  30. Joey C Bavle Joey C Bavle says:

    Two victims both with gun shot wounds to the head?sound like self defense to me……projects sniper

  31. Ficus locos Christina Palmieri-Warren Tim Perez Megan Perez lol

  32. Joey C Bavle Joey C Bavle says:

    We need Jesus on Jake’s way

  33. Lately Santa Clarita seems to be getting on a dangerous side….grew up a newhalller

  34. We just moved here but it looks like as soon as our lease is up we are getting out of dodge . We have to wait until this October, can’t come soon enough!!!!

  35. damn i lived right there on danielson where that white sub is way back in the pic

  36. Jakes way was a problem in the 80’s when first built..Thanks to HUD housing. However, there was a fair amount on crime back then that was not made public. Reason? At one time we were one of the safest city’s in the country. If it did not make the news, it Never happened! I like the fact that today we are more informed.

  37. You can almost always assume it’s near Jakes Way

  38. Santa Clarita Valley Signal has an update.

  39. norma greenback says:

    That was her brother and her dad she shot. She has mental issues.

  40. I currently reside in this complex. There’s a serious issue with the management company and it’s a high crime area. Riverpark apartments is not a safe or sanatary place to live. It’s infested with roaches and rodents. Thank goodness I’ll be vacating soon. I’m deeply sorry to hear tht someone has lost their life. Very sad and my prayers are with the family.

  41. I was in the complex when that happened… It’s a two minute walk from my boyfriends apparent

  42. Lisa Keating Lisa Keating says:

    Our dear friend had died. This is a shock to all of our friends and his family. Please pray for the family for comfort in this time of need.

  43. The news said it was her brother & dad she shot. Sad family matter. Yikes.

  44. Bob Kurfurst Bob Kurfurst says:

    Santa Clarita is just an extension of L.A.

  45. Rocio Garcia Rocio Garcia says:

    No manches tantas cosas que pasan y nadanas alrededor de tu casa :-D

  46. Janeth Peña so glad I moved this chick used to be obsessed with my roommate and in my apt all the time

  47. All u people sound stupid
    Domestic violence happens all over the world not just santa clarita u fools and it has nothing to do with gang violence duh

  48. Scott Burke Scott Burke says:

    Nothing ever happens in SCV

  49. Wats going on in awesome town

  50. Don Teller Don Teller says:

    Show me anywhere domestic violence doesn’t happen.

  51. David Kelly David Kelly says:

    This is my dear friend, the jokes are too soon and not okay.

  52. David Kelly David Kelly says:

    This is my dear friend, the jokes are too soon and not okay.

  53. Jose Rogel im telling u man
    U need to get outta canyon

  54. Jose Rogel im telling u man
    U need to get outta canyon

  55. I miss when Jake ‘ s way was not a part of santa clarita ‘ s map. Crime rates plummeted

  56. Vanessasells4u@aol.com says:

    When the story first released yesterday it said she shot and killed her brother and also shot her dad. Very sad for the victims and for her.

  57. Raise the rent in canyon country and get rid of the parasites

  58. Alison Stapf says:

    My apartment is LITERALLY across the street and slightly down the road…SMH…

  59. Oh see there is nothing wrong here in Santa Clarita said the blind man. These issues have been ignored since the 1990’s. It’s too late to save them now. what happened to safety and prevention?

  60. Ilyene Nieto Ilyene Nieto says:

    This was my son and daughter. Please don’t be judgmental and ugly.

  61. Man anything can happen any where. Santa Clarita has always swept it’s trash under the rug. More or less a drug haven for teens. Teens turn to young adults who commit crime. With that being said it’s still safer than most places around So Cal

  62. Don Hoffman Don Hoffman says:

    It’s always Jakes Way or American Beauty …..

  63. Don Hoffman Don Hoffman says:

    It’s always Jakes Way or American Beauty …..

  64. norma greenback says:

    This was a family dispute. Mental Illness was the cause.

  65. Lanna Ng Lanna Ng says:

    CC getting ratchet

  66. Corey Miron Corey Miron says:

    Brittany Covello Samir Saba

  67. Samir Saba Samir Saba says:

    Yea we could watch it out are,window

  68. The block is hot.. Mike Loe Ian Witham Nicholas Evison

  69. Of course there is going to be high crime over near the freeways. You have the av in the north and sfv in the south. Bound to happen over time.

  70. Of course there is going to be high crime over near the freeways. You have the av in the north and sfv in the south. Bound to happen over time.

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