LA police chief: 4 arrests made in Las Vegas in slayings of 4 people at overcrowded LA home

Los Angeles police say four suspects have been arrested in Las Vegas in the slayings of four people who were found dead in front of an unlicensed boarding house.

Police Chief Charlie Beck said at a news conference Tuesday that the four were arrested at the Silverton Hotel in Las Vegas.

Two men and two women were found fatally shot on a front lawn Sunday after police received a 911 call that led them to a large house in Northridge. Three of the bodies were found face-down.