Three children killed in Reseda, suspect believed to be at-large

Liliana Carrillo

The grandmother of the three children - a three-year-old, a two-year-old, and a six-month-old - discovered them stabbed to death inside a Reseda, California, apartment, NBC Los Angeles reported.

Before Carrillo was considered the sole suspect in a triple-homicide case, she had her own blog called "Blogging for Good" where she trashed the moms who appeared on the MTV show Teen Mom 2. She had not been booked into jail as of Sunday afternoon, according to the Los Angeles County Sheriff Department's online booking system, and it was not immediately clear whether she had an attorney. Authorities originally said the victims were under the age of 3.

Officers responded to the apartment complex in the 8000 block of Reseda Boulevard about 9:30 a.m., police said.

She said that the girl was the middle child and that she believed the other two children were boys.

The department received reports Carrillo was driving her vehicle and heading north on Interstate 5 when she got in an altercation in the Bakersfield area.

He said she might have gone to Tulare County to look for him but that he was away from home at the time.

We are receiving reports that she just committed a carjacking in the Bakersfield area and might be driving in a stolen Silver Toyota pickup license J258T0.

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"She did a horrific crime here and she followed it up by another crime north of here and it's those behaviors that ultimately got her caught", LAPD Lieutenant Ben Fernandes told KABC-TV.

Elizabeth Cuevas, who lives in an apartment above the one where the slayings occurred, said she knew the grandmother as a casual acquaintance.

Authorities said they're still trying to determine a motive in the case as the investigation continues.

"Those babies were such sweet little ones", she said.

At one point in the post, she likened herself to the women, saying that she, too, has been in "unhealthy relationships" and that she would "go out with my girls, drink, smoke, lose control".

"Somebody snapped there, and they snapped in the wrong direction", she said.

The entire neighborhood is really scared after learning about the gruesome killings.

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