Published: Wed, May 31, 2017
National | By Rosalie Gross

Man suspected of kidnapping, killing 2 women in Los Angeles

Man suspected of kidnapping, killing 2 women in Los Angeles

A 32-year-old man was arrested in the killings of two women whose bodies were found on the side of a freeway six years ago.

Geovanni Borjas, 32, was arrested May 25 in connection with the deaths of 17-year-old Michelle Lozano and 22-year-old Bree'Anna Guzman, Los Angeles police said. It wasn't immediately clear if he had an attorney who could comment.

The teen's body, which had been wrapped in plastic bags and stuffed in a plastic container, was found on April 26, 2011, near the southbound Golden State (5) Freeway at State Street and Cesar Chavez Avenue in Boyle Heights, The Times reported. Lozano disappeared while walking to a store near her home in Lincoln Heights on April 24, 2011. An autopsy found she had been strangled to death.

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Authorities say Borjas is also suspected of killing Guzman, who disappeared from the Boyle Heights neighborhood on December 26, 2011. Guzman, a mother of two, had walked to a Rite Aid store near Avenue 26 and Daly Street in Boyle Heights to buy cough medicine on December 26, 2011, but she never returned home.

Guzman's body was found by a Caltrans crew on January 26, 2012 near the Riverside Drive entrance ramp to the southbound Glendale Freeway in Silver Lake. With no suspects in custody, the rewards were issued by the city as well as the Federal Bureau of Investigation in hopes that new information would help find the killer or killers.

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