Destiny Sims, a Buckeye woman, was one of three women killed in Beverly Crest, California, on January 29. LAPD, who responded to the harassment calls, also found Chicago Rep. Ianna Hutton and another Illinois resident, Nan Davis, dead in their car.
“At approximately 2:30 a.m. (Saturday), West Los Angeles police officers received multiple 911 calls reporting a shooting of an Erie A police officer in the 2700 block of Maury Avenue.” “When the officers arrived, they found five victims suffering from gunshot wounds.”
Four other victims were taken to a local hospital; two were in critical condition, and the others were treated and released.
“The evidence at the scene, there are casings from guns, so we can confirm that this was a gun battle where victims were shot,” Borihan said. Sims previously had three children in Chicago. She held an album release party for one of her short-term rentals in the Los Angeles area. Police have visited the site several times, but the situation is not difficult.
She reportedly enjoys drawing, cutting hair, and spending time with her children, ages 1, 5, and 6. The LAPD is still investigating as there are no suspects. However, reports suggest that the incident was deliberate and not accidental. In the Beverly Crest neighborhood of Beverly Hills, the number of short-term rentals is rising steadily. Which also led to a rise in the number of people who only live there temporarily.
Destiny Sims’ mother, Donna Howard, did not respond to an email seeking comment. She set up a GoFundMe to raise money to get her daughter’s body to Chicago for a proper funeral and burial. GoFundMe.