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Article Last Updated: 9/13/2005 10:07 PM<br>
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Odet Tsaturyan was an [[Armenian]] living in [[California]], [[Glendale]] area.
Slain woman's auto is found
 
 
 
Boyfriend called a suspect after dogs track scent
 
 
By Alex Dobuzinskis, Staff Writer
 
  
LA Daily News GLENDALE - A slain Glendale woman's car was discovered
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On 09 September [[2005]], Tsaturyan, by then 24 years old, was found dead in the trunk of her boyfriend's car in Azusa.
parked on a Glendale street Tuesday, and police announced her missing
 
boyfriend is a suspect in her slaying.
 
  
Odet Tsaturyan's Honda Accord was found by a patrolling Glendale
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Her car Honda Accord was found on 13 September 2005 by a patrolling Glendale police officer at  
police officer at 4 p.m. in the 600 block of Paula Avenue near the
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4 p.m. in the 600 block of Paula Avenue near the Walt Disney Imagineering buildings. No such incident was recorded in that neighborhood for decade before that.
Walt Disney Imagineering buildings. Until Tuesday, her missing
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Tsaturyan's missing boyfriend, [[Artur Khanzadyan]], by then 24, was considered only a "person  
boyfriend, [[Artur Khanzadyan]], 24, was considered only a "person of
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of interest" and suspect in the case.
interest" in the case.
 
  
However, bloodhounds on Tuesday tracked a scent from the Honda to
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[[Khanzadyan]] and Tsaturyan both left their parents' homes on Sept. 6 and were reported missing. Tsaturyan never arrived at a party where she was expected that evening.  
Khanzadyan's home two miles away.
 
  
"As a result of the scent tracking and other information the
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According to Tsaturyan's family Khanzadyan had been violent with her, and they tried to keep her away from him.
detectives have gleaned from this case, they are now considering Artur
 
a suspect in the homicide death of Odet," said Sgt. Tom Lorenz, a
 
spokesman for the Glendale Police Department.
 
  
Tsaturyan, 24, was found dead Friday in the trunk of her boyfriend's
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By then Khanzadyan's father issued a plea for his son to turn himself in, saying his son is
car in Azusa. An autopsy has been completed, but the Coroner's Office
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not violent. Khanzadyan had no criminal record, before that.
is awaiting the results of toxicology tests before determining the
 
cause of death.
 
  
Khanzadyan and Tsaturyan both left their parents' homes on Sept. 6 and
 
were reported missing. Tsaturyan never arrived at a party where she
 
was expected that evening.
 
  
Tsaturyan's family had told police her boyfriend had been violent with
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==Sources==
her, and they tried to keep her away from him.
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*''Boyfriend called a suspect after dogs track scent'', By By Alex Dobuzinskis, Staff Writer
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September 13, 2005
  
The missing man's father issued a tearful plea Monday for his son to
 
turn himself in, saying his son is not violent. Khanzadyan has no
 
criminal record, police said.
 
 
Neighbors told police that the Honda Accord had been parked in the 600
 
block of Paula since Saturday.
 
 
Monica Alvizures, a preschool teacher, watched as police looked around
 
the car for evidence.
 
 
"I've been here 11 years; I've never seen anything like this here so
 
close to home," she said.
 
 
Police were still looking for Khanzadyan and they had not arrested any
 
of there family members, Lorenz said.
 
 
Alex Dobuzinskis, (818) 546-3304 _alex.dobuzinskis@dailynews.com_
 
(mailto:alex.dobuzinskis@dailynews.com)
 
 
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[[Category:Armenian Individuals|Tsaturyan, Odet]]
 
[[Category:Armenian Individuals|Tsaturyan, Odet]]

Latest revision as of 12:36, 6 October 2009

Odet Tsaturyan was an Armenian living in California, Glendale area.

On 09 September 2005, Tsaturyan, by then 24 years old, was found dead in the trunk of her boyfriend's car in Azusa.

Her car Honda Accord was found on 13 September 2005 by a patrolling Glendale police officer at 4 p.m. in the 600 block of Paula Avenue near the Walt Disney Imagineering buildings. No such incident was recorded in that neighborhood for decade before that. Tsaturyan's missing boyfriend, Artur Khanzadyan, by then 24, was considered only a "person of interest" and suspect in the case.

Khanzadyan and Tsaturyan both left their parents' homes on Sept. 6 and were reported missing. Tsaturyan never arrived at a party where she was expected that evening.

According to Tsaturyan's family Khanzadyan had been violent with her, and they tried to keep her away from him.

By then Khanzadyan's father issued a plea for his son to turn himself in, saying his son is not violent. Khanzadyan had no criminal record, before that.


Sources

  • Boyfriend called a suspect after dogs track scent, By By Alex Dobuzinskis, Staff Writer

September 13, 2005