Saturday, September 7, 2019

Los Angeles Clippers star KAWHI LEONARD's SISTER:ACCUSED of the MURDER at Pechanga Resort & Casino in Temecula CA

 ANOTHER MURDER   at Pechanga Resort & Casino.

LA Clippers star Kawhi Leonard is the brother of one of the women accused of the BRUTAL MURDER of a Long Beach woman at Pechanga Resort Casino, his aunt confirmed Saturday, the PE has reported.

Kimesha Monae Williams, Leonard's sister, is being held without bail at Indio Correction Facility.

An elderly woman visiting Pechanga Resort and Casino, a tribal gaming venue know for cheating their own people via tribal disenenrollment, located in Temecula, CA
was assaulted soon after arriving on the premises on Sat, Aug. 31 and later died from injuries suffered in the attack, prompting Riverside Co Sheriff’s Dept to arrest 2 female suspects on charges of murder and robbery

The victim, 84-year-old Afaf Anis Assad of Long Beach, was found unconscious on the floor of a bathroom at Pechanga at 8 a.m. Aug. 31, just 30 mins after her son-in-law dropped Assad and her husband off at the casino.  
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If Townsel and Williams are tried on first degree murder charges, they could face sentences of 25 years to life, life or capital punishment, though California has suspended the death penalty


Pechanga Statement, just released a WEEK after the attack:

Saturday morning, an elderly guest was found on the floor of the casino valet restroom, the potential victim of an assault by a woman. Pechanga EMTs immediately provided assistance and had the victim transported to a nearby hospital to treat critical injuries.
Below is a statement from Jared Munoa, President of the Pechanga Development Corporation.
“We are absolutely saddened over this incident and are praying for the victim and her family.The suspects were quickly identified through surveillance footage and the information was immediately provided to local law enforcement. We pride ourselves on putting the safety of our guests and Team Members first and are fully cooperating with law enforcement to bring these perpetrators to justice.”

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

The one had been caught stealing a wallet at Pechanga before. Why wasn't she banned for life? Yet, she had an active players card. The tribe and its Casino should be held liable. They knew this woman was trouble but renew her players card. Will they have to post security guards in all the shitters now?