Ok Ja Kim Death and Obituary News: Ok Ja Kim has passed away, and her body was discovered in Los Angeles in a “semi-charred” state. According to the police, an elderly woman’s “semi charred” body was discovered at her home in Los Angeles after what may have been a break-in.
At approximately 7:40 p.m. on Tuesday, the Los Angeles Police Department issued a news release stating that officers from the Topanga area patrol were dispatched to a residence in the Woodland Hills neighborhood of California after receiving reports of a “dead body possible fire arson involved.” As soon as the officers arrived at the residence, they discovered evidence of a suspected break-in and forced entrance.
Ok Ja Kim, 81 years old, was discovered lying face down on the floor of her bedroom with the lower half of her body tucked under the bed. When the LAPD found Kim, they described her condition as “semi charred,” and they said she was unconscious. At the location of the incident, the Los Angeles Fire Department pronounced her deceased.
According to the Associated Press, the precise reasons for Kim’s passing are unable to be determined at this time. The inquiry is still underway, and the detectives are currently searching for any witnesses and surveillance camera footage from the area that may have some proof. The Associated Press reports that the police do not currently have any information regarding a suspect.
Detective Steve Castro of the Los Angeles Police Department’s Valley Bureau Homicide can be reached at 818-374-1925 if you or anybody else has any more information about the case. You may also reach us by phone at 1-877-527-3247. Calling the Los Angeles Regional Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 or submitting a tip on their website allows you to remain anonymous. You can also submit a tip on the website of the Los Angeles Police Department.