Mayan Club Murder Suspects on Video: Reward For Killing of Fernando Hernandez
The shooting that took the life of a young man outside the Mayan nightclub in January turns out to have been pretty much about nothing.
And now cops want witnesses -- there were plenty of you out there -- to tell them who the two guys (at right) are who are believed to have been a part of the attack on 23-year-old Fernando Hernandez of Culver City.
They're even offering you cash:
L.A. city Councilwoman Jan Perry's office has put up a $50,000 reward for information leading to the capture of the two guys seen here.
The shooting happened on Jan. 28 when, cops tell the Weekly, two groups of patrons spilling out of two clubs, the Mayan and the Belasco Theater, bumped into each other and got into a fight.
View Larger Map
One of the suspects went back to his car, got a gun, and opened fire, hitting four victims and ultimately killing Hernandez, who was shot in the head, according to an LAPD statement and comments to us from LAPD Det. Thayer Lake today:
All it was really was two groups of people who were out nightclubbing, it appears. It was a very benign incident outdside of a nightclub when it let out about 2:30, escalating into fist fight. And then suspect got a handgun and shot four people killing one.
Los Angeles Clippers v Minnesota - Verified Resale Tickets
TicketsThu., Jan. 19, 7:30pm
Los Angeles Lakers v Indiana Pacers - Verified Resale Tickets
TicketsFri., Jan. 20, 7:30pm
CSUN Womens Basketball vs. Cal Poly Women's Basketball
TicketsSat., Jan. 21, 4:00pm
CSUN Men?s Basketball vs. Uc Irvine Mens Basketball
TicketsSat., Jan. 21, 7:00pm
A friend of the victim's family has told the Weekly that he was not a gang member.
Lake told us that gang affiliations didn't appear to spark the confrontation: Rather, it was probably a combination of alcohol and simply bumping into each other and exchanging words, Thayer said.
Know the suspects? Call Lake at 213-972-1254.
Get the ICYMI: Today's Top Stories Newsletter Our daily newsletter delivers quick clicks to keep you in the know
Catch up on the day's news and stay informed with our daily digest of the most popular news, music, food and arts stories in Los Angeles, delivered to your inbox Monday through Friday.