Hollywood Hills News
HOLLYWOOD HILLS—Los Angeles’ City Council is expected
to vote on whether to permit the issue of a $50,000 reward for information
leading to an arrest in the mysterious case surrounding a severed head found
earlier this year.
The head of the victim, 66-year-old Medellin Coronado, was found in a plastic bag on January 17 at about 2:30 p.m. in Bronson Canyon Park by two dog walkers. His hands and feet were discovered by L.A. Coroner’s Office cadaver dogs the next day buried some distance away.
Coronado was a former Mexicana Airlines employee living on De Longpre Avenue with a roommate at the time of the incident.
The LA City Council votes Tuesday on whether or not to approve the reward.
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