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Woman sought in 2014 Lebanon double homicide

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Keila Yadira Guillen

LEBANON, Pa. – Lebanon City Police have identified a female suspect in an October 2014 double homicide. Investigators have an arrest warrant for Keila Yadira Guillen, 19, of Lebanon, charged in the shooting deaths of 35 year old Larry Martin, of Lebanon and his girlfriend, 27 yr old Aeyisha Holden, of Cleona. The victims were discovered deceased in Martin’s apartment in the 300 block of Old N 9th St just after midnight on October 23, 2014. The shootings allegedly resulted from a drug deal gone bad.

A witness had been walking by and heard heated arguing and glass breaking inside the apartment. The witness contacted 911.   Inside the apartment police also discovered crack cocaine, drug packaging, a large amount of cash and three handguns. One of the handguns had been reported stolen to the Palmyra Police Department in August, 2014.

Lebanon County Coroner Jeff Yocum determined the cause of death for both victims to be homicide as a result of injuries received from gunshot wounds.

viz-carrondoPolice have already charged another suspect, Arturo Vizcarrondo, 38, of Allentown, in the case. Vizcarrondo was arrested on June 10. He is being held without bail at the Lebanon County Correctional Facility.

Guillen is charged with two counts of Criminal Homicide, two counts of Criminal Conspiracy to Commit Homicide and one count of Tampering with or Fabricating Physical Evidence. Guillen remains at large. She is described as a hispanic female, about 5 feet tall, 130 pounds, with brown shoulder length hair and brown eyes. She has a tattoo on her left are with the word “LOVE” spelled with weapons as letters. Police say Guillen should be considered armed and dangerous.

The investigation is ongoing, anyone with information is asked to contact Lebanon City Police (717) 272-6611 or Crime Stoppers 717 270 9800.