Three people, including an Air Force member, were charged in the suspected “love triangle” killing of a 19-year-old woman in California over the weekend, a report said.
Leilani Beauchamp, 19, was last seen leaving a Halloween party in Sacramento early Saturday and her body was later found in Monterey County, CBS 13 reported, citing police and prosecutors.
Authorities said Beauchamp was fatally shot at the Fairfield home of Juan Parra-Peralta, a 20-year-old Travis Air Force Base airman.
The alleged shooter has been identified as 21-year-old Jessica Quintanilla, who is believed to be dating Parra-Peralta, the report said.
“This appears to be a love triangle situation,” the district attorney told CBS 13.
Quintanilla has been charged with murder.
Parra-Peralta and Quintanilla’s 27-year-old brother, Marco Quintanilla, were charged with accessory to murder.
“It’s just beyond what I expect from humanity,” Beauchamp’s grandmother, Monica Beauchamp, told CBS 13 about her granddaughter’s killing.
“She did not deserve for her life to end this way,” the grandmother said.