Man Arrested on Suspicion of Murder in Music Studio Fire That Left 2 Dead: LAPD

KTLA’s Dave Mecham contributed to this story. LAPD said it would provide further details about Sunday’s arrest at a press conference on Monday afternoon. In a news conference earlier that day, Capt. Cahuenga Blvd. Some 80 firefighters responded to the blaze at 3779 N. One individual appears to be walking in the photo. A longtime tenant who did not want to be identified provided KTLA with three images he said were taken by a motion-activated camera over his door during the fire. Saturday, the Los Angeles Fire Department said. shortly before 7 a.m. The first image, time-stamped April 14 at 5:05:50, shows a hallway with no sign of a fire. A company called Top Notch Recordings was listed under that address. 34.111470

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Music Studio Fire in Studio City Leaves 2 Dead, 2 in Critical Condition: LAFD Hayes estimated that there were about a dozen people inside the recording studio when the fire happened. Two men were killed and a man and a woman were in critical condition, LAPD said Saturday evening. The building, which had several rooms inside, operated 24 hours a day, the officer said. An image provide to KTLA by a tenant at a recording studio in Studio City shows a hallway during a fire on April 14, 2018. Related StoryMusic Studio Fire in Studio City Leaves 2 Dead, 2 in Critical Condition: LAFD

It took crews about half an hour to extinguish the flames, according to the Fire Department. William Hayes said the deceased victims were male and female. Eferem Demery, a 28-year-old Los Angeles man, was arrested Saturday night and booked on suspicion of murder Sunday morning, according to the Los Angeles Police Department. An image taken a minute later shows the area completely filled with smoke. Please enable Javascript to watch this video
An arrest has been made in a music studio fire that left two dead and two critically injured in Studio City, police said on Sunday. In a second still time-stamped at 6:54:01, smoke apparently starts to fill the hallway, which looks empty.