Los Angeles Detectives Announce Arrests of Homicide Suspects NR22068ll

March 10, 2022

Los Angeles: On March 9, 2022, The Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) Gang and Narcotics Division (GND) United States Marshals Task Force arrested two suspects in connection with the Hawaii Loa Ridge homicide investigation.

The victim and one of the suspects were involved in an intimate relationship. It is alleged that after the murder, the two suspects were living in the victim’s house and on the victim’s money until the neighbors complained about a decaying smell from the victim’s location. The HPD found the victim encased in cement in a bathtub in his house.

On Wednesday, March 9th, 2022, at approximately 5:18 p.m., the LAPD’s GND USMTF arrested Baron on a Greyhound bus in the City of Anaheim, CA that was bound for Mexico.

At approximately 6:44 p.m., LAPD’s GND USMTF arrested Hannon near the intersection of West Manchester Blvd and South Oak St in the City of Inglewood, CA.

The suspects:

Juan Tejedor Baron
Booking No. 6338908
Honolulu resident
Male, Hispanic, Black hair, brown eyes, 5”09”, 175 lbs., 23 years old
Arrested 2626 E Katella Avenue Anaheim
Booked for 1551.1 PC Hawaii Fugitive No Bail

Scott Hannon
Booking No. 6338920
Billerica Resident
Male, Caucasian, brown hair, brown eyes, 6’0”, 175 lbs, 34 years old
Arrested 600 Block of Manchester Bl. Inglewood
Booked for 1551.1 PC Hawaii Fugitive No Bail

Both suspects will be booked into the Los Angeles Police Department Metropolitan Detention Center pending extradition hearings to be returned to Oahu to face murder charges.