California attacker killed by victim's mother, sister

Man who attacked ex-girlfriend killed by her mom and sister

Man who attacked ex-girlfriend killed by her mom and sister

A man who broke into his ex-girlfriend's California home and attacked her was killed by the woman's mother and sister - who used golf clubs and a kitchen knife to defend her, police said.

South Pasadena police responded to a report of domestic violence in progress in the 500 block of Five Oaks Drive around 10 a.m., according to the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department.

Further investigation revealed that Goss had broken into the residence and attacked a woman who authorities determined to be his "estranged girlfriend", according to a press release from the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department, whose homicide investigators continue to assist South Pasadena police to determine the circumstances surrounding the stabbing death.

Officers arrived to find a home's front window shattered, with the sound of women screaming coming from inside.

Officers entered through the broken window and found an adult white man beaten and stabbed. During the ensuing struggle, Goss was stabbed and beaten with a golf club, authorities said. Her mother and sister will not be charged.

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A man was stabbed to death today in South Pasadena.

"They were well within their right to act in defense of their sister and daughter", Hall told the newspaper. "So they had to resort to using weapons", Lt. Barry Hall told the Times.

The woman targeted in the attack suffered facial injuries and has been released from the hospital, according to the release.

Authorities are still investigating the incident and have asked anyone with information to call them at 323-890-5500.

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