Police found 17-year-old girl who was reported missing after police found 3 bodies in the house where she lived in southern California.
Police on Sunday arrested a 21-year-old Josh Acosta from Fort Irwin and 25-year-old Frank Felix. They are charged with murder, said police spokesman John Radus. He noted that 17-year-old girl was also charged with murder.
17-year-old girl, Katlin Goodwill Jost was recognized unharmed, said Radus. It was unclear whether it was the same girl who is a murder suspect. One of the suspects who was arrested is believed to have some relation to Catlin said Radus.
On Saturday, police responded to a call at a house in Fullerton, which is about 30 miles from Los Angeles, after the child was reported to dispatchers and said her parents died, authorities said.
When they arrived, they found two men and one woman dead in the house, said in a statement the police Department Fullerton. They also found two children who were unharmed.
Victim identified as 34-year-old Christopher Yost, a 39-year-old Jennifer Goodwill Jost, mother and stepfather, Catlin and 28-year-old family friend William Bosher, the investigator said. Formal charges will be announced and presented to the district attorney Monday, said Radus.
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