A recently released autopsy report has revealed chilling details about the deaths of two women who were dumped by masked men in Los Angeles hospitals after overdosing.
Police believe model Christy Giles, 24, and her architect friend Hilda Marcela Cabrales-Arzola, 26, became unresponsive in a man’s apartment after a night of partying in November, according to the autopsy report of Giles completed by the LA County Coroner.
Toxicology reports showed Giles had multiple drugs in his system – including an acid gamma-hydroxybutyrate, commonly known as the date rape drug.
“After they became unresponsive, the suspect did not call 911, but instead took his time removing his license plate from his car,” the report said. “The suspect and another individual drove the two victims separately to the various hospitals where the suspect disposed of their bodies.”
Two men loaded Giles into the back of a car and dropped her off outside Southern California Hospital – Culver City.
“One of the men told a security guard that the two men observed [Giles] wandering around a neighborhood and thinking they would do the right thing by getting him to the hospital,” the report said.
The model could not be revived and was pronounced dead. Cabrales-Arzola was dumped at Kaiser Permanente West Los Angeles Medical Center and died Nov. 24 after being declared brain dead.
Giles also had a lethal combination of cocaine, fentanyl and ketamine in her system when she died, according to the report, which was obtained by The Post. A friend later told investigators that Giles had a fear of needles and had not used heroin or fentanyl for fear of their dangers, according to the report.
Cabrales-Arzola had tested positive for cocaine and MDMA, the drug commonly known as ecstasy.
On November 12, the two women and another friend went to a bar and then a rave in Los Angeles where Giles used marijuana, coke and ketamine, a sedative known as Street Special K, according to the autopsy.
The couple eventually joined three men at a residence early the next morning, but a witness said Giles texted that she wanted to leave shortly after arriving.
“[Gile’s] a friend would have ordered an Uber from them; however, no one came out to take the Uber when it arrived,” according to the report.
David Pearce, 40, was arrested and slapped on a manslaughter charge in connection with the women’s deaths. He had also been arrested and charged with assaulting four other women. Pearce reportedly pleaded not guilty in that case to charges of raping an unconscious or sleeping person.
Two other men, Michael Ansbach, 47, and Brandt Osborn, 42, face charges of aiding and abetting manslaughter, according to reports.