(L.A.) Paul Razo, 46, Died of Leukemia 🥕
Case Number: 2023-05809
Los Angeles County is reporting the death of a 46-year-old Latino male that occurred in a health care service.
The coroner’s office has identified the man as Paul Razo. Born in L.A. County. Mother’s maiden name is Madrid.
Manner of Death: Natural
Cause of Death: Sequelae of B-Cell Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia
RIP PAUL J. RAZO (August 30, 1976 – May 20, 2023)
Formal pronouncement of death was made on Saturday at 7:24 a.m.
Given that he was employed by the city, it is almost certain that the decedent was injected with synthetic mRNA.
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A former Los Angeles Police Department officer who was charged with committing lewd acts on four young boys at his Covina-area home has died while in custody.
Sheriff’s department officials said only that Paul Razo, 46, died of medical complications.
Razo was arrested May 10, five days after he was charged by prosecutors with eight counts of lewd acts on a child. He was scheduled to appear in court for arraignment on multiple days last week, and again on Monday, but the hearing was repeatedly delayed for unspecified reasons.
He was being held on $2.5 million bail at the sheriff’s Inmate Reception Center in downtown Los Angeles.
According to the District Attorney’s Office, Razo allegedly committed the lewd acts at his home, which sheriff’s officials said was in the 4800 block of Brightview Drive in an unincorporated area bordering Covina. Prosecutors said two of the alleged victims were related to Razo, while two others are related to a woman Razo dated.
The children ranged in age from 9 to 13 years old when the abuse began; the crimes were between 2006 and 2017.
Following his arrest, the LAPD released a statement saying it “is aware of the criminal case involving former Police Officer Paul Razo. The Los Angeles Police Department’s Internal Affairs Division initiated an administrative investigation, which is being conducted simultaneously with the pending criminal case. The administrative investigation will include reviewing his past work history for similar behavior.
Razo was hired by the LAPD in 1999.
In 2018, Razo received an LAPD Medal of Valor for pulling a man out of a burning car that he saw crash in July 2016 in Glendora while off-duty.