The LA neighborhood is evacuated after a man and a dog in a house have been shot along with the bloody body of a woman under a bomb threat on the walls.
- The man came home on Thursday and found a woman in a pool of blood in Simi Valley
- Emergency services rushed to the scene at 7 p.m. and discovered a bomb alert
- Discover another corpse, a man with gunshot wounds and a dead dog
- 47 neighbors were allowed to return to their homes later when no bomb was found
A neighborhood in Los Angeles was evacuated last night after a man and a dog were found shot along with the body of a woman next to a bomb threat on the walls of a house.
The bombing team and the SWAT team shot into the 500 block of Fairfield Road in Simi Valley on Thursday evening, where 47 residents were evacuated.
Officers reported a stunningly brutal scene in the house where they soon discovered a bomb threat while they examined the woman in a pool of blood on the ground floor of the building.
A dead man was discovered elsewhere in the house with gunshot wounds and a dead dog who was also shot, NBC reported.
Police vehicles in the gated community in the Simi Valley area of Los Angeles where a stunningly brutal scene was reported last night
Emergency services rushed to the 500 block of Fairfield Road in Simi Valley on Thursday evening, where they reported a stunningly brutal scene (photo: the house during the investigation last night)
Heavily armored police vehicles retreated after the bomb threat was found on the wall
A wide outline was made and other locals had to stay in their homes, Fox news reported.
& # 39; There is quite a lot of blood in the scene, but we have no further information & # 39 ;, said commander Steve Shorts ABC.
The emergency services were called by the third occupant of the house around 7 p.m.
He lives, although it was not revealed what his relationship with the other two dead residents was.
Officers saw a drone and a robot deployed to see if there was indeed a bomb in the house last night.
Police officers were seen with the help of a drone and a robot to determine whether the bomb threat had been propagated
& # 39; There is quite a lot of blood in the scene, but we have no further information & # 39 ;, commander Steve Shorts told ABC last night.
The gated community on the 500 block of Fairfield Road in Simi Valley, California
Armored vehicles also arrived while researchers discovered the threat level inside.
Late last night, people were admitted back to their homes after researchers were convinced that there was no bomb.
The investigations are expected to continue until Friday afternoon.
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