Tarzana Man Pleads Not Guilty to Grisly Murder of Wife and In-Laws, Remains Found in Trash Bin

TARZANA, Calif. – A man from Tarzana pleaded not guilty on Friday to murder charges related to the disappearance of his wife and her parents. Samuel Bond Haskell, 35, is accused of killing his wife Mei Haskell, 37, and her parents, Yanxiang Wang, 64, and Gaoshan Li, 72. The Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office has charged Haskell with multiple murders, including a special circumstance allegation. If convicted, Haskell could face life in prison without parole. The victims, who resided with Haskell and the couple’s three young children in Tarzana, were last seen in early … Read more

Tarzana Dad to Face Murder Charges as Wife’s Dismembered Body Parts Found in Trash Bin

LOS ANGELES — A Tarzana father is scheduled to be arraigned on Friday on murder charges after his missing wife’s dismembered body parts were found in a trash bin and his in-laws were discovered dead. Samuel Haskell IV, 35, is facing charges for the murders of his 37-year-old wife Mei Haskell and her parents, 64-year-old Yanxiang Wang and 72-year-old Gaoshan Li, according to the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s office. Previously, the dismembered body parts found in an Encino dumpster were positively identified as Mei Haskell’s remains. The cause of death was listed as “deferred” … Read more