[UPDATED:] Juri Julie Kibuishi and Samuel Eliezer Herr, OC Homicides No. 19 and 22: Both Executed, He Was Also Dismembered
|Photo by Emily Brauer-Rogers|
|Dan Wozniak is surrounded by his fellow cast members in Hunger Artists' Nine.|
"Oh my God," Beers said of discovering the actor he praised is now a double-murder suspect, "this is scary."
Other than confirming Wozniak appeared in the Hunger Artists' most recent production that ended Sunday, the troupe would have no comment, according to managing director Anthony Galleran.
Wozniak was on stage for the 8 p.m. performances Friday and Saturday, May 21-22, the days police gave for the murders of Herr and Kibuishi respectively.
Chillingly, Wozniak posted the following on his Facebook page May 20:
|From Dan Wozniak's Facebook page|
Wozniak was scheduled to get married Saturday, the Orange County Register reports.
May 22 was the last date he logged onto his MySpace, which informs he is a Christian, belongs to the Independence Party of America, works for 20/20 Companies in Long Beach ("Smile, Sell, Train, and Have Fun") and attended Golden West College and Los Alamitos High School.
Whether Wozniak is guilty or innocent of the charges against him, the title of his favorite television show seems to sum up his current predicament: Lost.
Today's media advisory from the Orange County District Attorney's Office:
May 28, 2010
WHO: Daniel Patrick Wozniak, 26, Costa Mesa
WHAT: Has been charged with two felony counts of special circumstances murder of Samuel Herr and Juri Kibuishi. The special circumstance sentencing enhancements include multiple murders, murder for financial gain, and the personal discharge of a firearm causing death. If convicted, Wozniak faces a minimum sentence of life in state prison without the possibility of parole.
Wozniak is being held without bail. He is currently being treated at Western Medical Center for undisclosed injuries and an arraignment date and time are to be determined. The Orange County District Attorney's Office (OCDA) will release a media advisory at a later time with the arraignment details.
This case is being investigated by the Costa Mesa Police Department with assistance from the OCDA, Federal Bureau of Investigation, Long Beach Police Department, Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base, Orange County Coroner's Office, Los Angeles Coroner's Office, Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department, and Ventura County Sheriff's Department.