Super Bowl Party Turns Violent in Hollywood Hills Mansion, Two Men Shot, Suspects in Custody

Super Bowl Party Turns Violent in Hollywood Hills Mansion, Two Men Shot, Suspects in CustodySource: Google Street View
Jake Rodriguez
Published on February 12, 2024

A Super Bowl gathering turned violent in the early hours of Monday when two men were shot at a Hollywood Hills mansion.  The Los Angeles Police Department confirmed that the incident occurred around 12:08 a.m. at 1655 N. Crescent Heights Blvd. The luxury rental property became the scene of bloodshed when a disagreement between attendees escalated into gunfire, as reported by FOX 11.

Victims included a 26-year-old and a 27-year-old man, both of whom are said to have non-life-threatening injuries. Police, who recovered two handguns at the scene, currently have two people in custody related to the shooting, which seemed to have stemmed from an argument turned, according to NBC Los Angeles.

The house, swarming with about 30 partygoers from Illinois, is believed to be an Airbnb rental. After the altercation, one group fired at the other from behind, striking one man in the back and the other in the lower back. Both men were transported to a hospital and are expected to survive their injuries, as per CBS News Los Angeles.