By Anthony Alaniz
A woman was killed last week after she was beaten outside a Santa Ana nightclub. According to authorities, Pham was attacked on the morning of Jan. 18 as she stood in line outside The Crosby Club.
When officers arrived, they found her unconscious. She died Tuesday after being taken off life support.
According to one of Pham’s friends, the confrontation may have started when Pham unintentionally stepped into another group’s photo.
“I can’t imagine it starts with someone interrupting a photo,” her father, Dung Pham, said in an interview Sunday with The Los Angeles Times. “I don’t know what to think.”
Pham graduated from Chapman University with a degree in psychology and was married a year ago this month.
Police have arrested two suspects and are looking for another person of interest in the incident.
Last week, Vanesa Tapia Zavala, a 25-year-old of Santa Ana, pleaded not guilty to murder in connection with Pham’s death. She is being held on $1-million bail.
Police have released the names of the second suspect or of the other person being sought, officials said. The incident is still under investigation.
Source: The Los Angeles Times
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