Traydeon Jamari Holmes Arrested – In relation to a homicide investigation that took place in South Sacramento, there are currently two suspects detained. About noon on Friday, officials received reports of a woman who was unresponsive inside her home in the vicinity of Casa Grande Way and 53rd Avenue. Fire crews arrived to the area, and found the woman. Cynthia Frazier, a mother of four, was named as the victim by her cousin, who was present at the scene. According to the authorities, a woman in her 30s was pronounced dead at the scene of the incident.
She was determined to have a gunshot wound once she was delivered to the coroner, which transformed the case from a death investigation into a homicide investigation that was taken over by the sheriff’s office. The arrests of Traydeon Jamarr Holmes and Monique Renee Moore in connection with the incident were announced on Saturday by the Sacramento County Sheriff’s Office. Both Holmes and Moore have been charged with murder and are due to make their initial court appearance on March 7. They were both taken into the Sacramento County Main Prison.
Related topic: 1 killed, 2 hurt in south Sacramento house fire, officials say
Authorities with the Sacramento Fire Department stated that a house fire that occurred on Tuesday evening resulted in multiple casualties, including the death of a woman and the injury of two additional persons. At approximately 9:15 o’clock in the evening, a report of a fire was received by the Sacramento Fire Department in the 7900 block of Albion Way, according to the report. The information provided by a representative of the fire department indicates that there were three people present inside the home when the incident took place. A woman in her 70s was found to have passed away as a result of the fire, while a man in his 50s was taken to the hospital for treatment of burns to his feet. Another person who was exposed to the fire went voluntarily to the hospital to obtain treatment for smoke inhalation. This person was also affected by the fire. At this time, the origin of the fire cannot be determined.
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