Juliana Redding, 21
Died March 16, 2008 at 6:00 p.m.
Juliana Redding, 21, a white woman, was found dead inside her home at 1527 Centinela Ave. in Santa Monica about 6:10 p.m. Sunday, March 16.
According to Lt. Alex Padilla from the Santa Monica Police Department, Redding's mother had called police from Tucson, Ariz., Sunday evening and told police that she had been unable to reach her daughter at her home.
Officers were dispatched to the address and upon arrival discovered she had been killed during an assault. Anyone with information is asked to call Santa Monica police detectives at (310) 458-8451.
[Update Dec. 5, 2010: The Times has new details about allegations in the slaying of Redding:
As detectives pieced together the 2008 slaying of a young Santa Monica woman, they came to a chilling conclusion: She had been calling police for help when the killer snatched the phone from her hands and hung up.
Prosecutors unveiled the eerie account of the 911 call and other details from the March 2008 killing that has attracted national attention during secret grand jury proceedings against Kelly Soo Park, the woman arrested in June this year and accused of murder in the slaying of 21-year-old Juliana Redding. A transcript of the proceedings was obtained by The Times last week — its contents being made public for the first time.
Top photo: Juliana Redding Credit: DMV
Bottom photo: Kelly Soo Park Credit: Santa Monica Police Department
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Updated: May 15, 2013 at 7:50 a.m.