Charred remains of the Inglewood house where a gunman, accused of attacking a five-member family by gunpoint early Saturday, lived. Investigators described the man as a "pack rat," which is also indicated by the huge pile of his burned belongings littering the yard.
The body found inside the charred remains of a bungalow at the site of this weekend's fatal Inglewood shootings is that of the man police believe repsonsible for kiling a father and his son.
Inglewood police said Tuesday night that the man found with a fatal gunshot wound to the head, holding a handgun and wearing body armor was 55-year-old Desmond John Moses, police said. The Los Angeles County coroner's office made the determination after an autopsy.
Police say Moses set ablaze his backyard bungalow before spraying bullets at his neighbors early Saturday morning. He blamed the family for an eviction notice, police said.
Killed were 33-year-old Filimon Lamas and his 4-year-old son. The father was shielding three of his children when he was shot.
Lamas's 28-year-old wife and two other children were wounded and are expected to survive.