“West Bureau Homicide Detectives responded and continue to investigate this case,” police said in a press release. “Based on the investigation, the LAPD is concerned that there could be other victims in our community who could have been drugged by one or more of these men.”
Pierce is being held on $1 million bail. Meanwhile, a $100,000 bond has each been set for Ansbach and Osborn. It’s unclear if the men have obtained legal representation who can speak on their behalf, and E! News has been unable to contact them for comment.
A GoFundMe campaign—which list Giles’ husband, Jan Cilliers, as its beneficiary—was created last month to raise money for funeral expenses, as well as “other costs are incurred in the pursuit of justice for the death of Christy,” according to the page’s description.
Giles’ mother, Dusty Leslie Giles, previously told The Independent that her daughter had texted Cabrales-Arzola on Nov. 13 with a message suggesting that they should take an Uber home.
“My daughter texted Hilda ‘let’s get out of here’ with a big wide eyed emoji—like I am scared, we need to leave. Hilda agreed and said ‘I’m getting an Uber,'” she said. “We know that Hilda did order an Uber, we know that approximately 5-10 minutes later an Uber arrived.”
She added, “The Uber waited. The Uber left.”