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Three Chicago gang members have been charged in the murders of three women who were ambushed near a rental property in an affluent neighborhood north of Beverly Hills in January.

Dejean Thompkins, 28, and Dontae Williams, 22, were both arrested in Chicago over the past few weeks, Fox News reported.

Daries Stanford, 28, was arrested in New York. All three suspects are awaiting extradition to Los Angeles, the LAPD said.

Thompkins is also charged with the murder of Julian Bynum, 30, in North Hollywood on Dec. 16, 2022.

“The violence that occurs in Chicago today is having an effect on all of us,” LA Police Capt. Jonathan Tippet said in a news conference Friday.

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Destiny Sims, 26, Nenah Davis, 29, and Iyana Hutton, 33, were fatally shot while sitting in a car near their $3 million rental home in the Beverly Crest neighborhood on Jan. 28. Police said the mass shooting wasn’t random.

Four other people — three men and a woman — were wounded in the shooting.

Hutton, Davis and Sims were longtime friends who lived in Arizona, but grew up on Chicago’s South Side.

Hutton and Davis were best friends since middle school. Davis was a mom but it’s unclear how many children she had.

Hutton was an aspiring rapper who pursued a recording career in California. The three women attended an album release party at the rental home. They had just returned to the house from a bowling alley when the shooting occurred.

Keith Hutton, Iyana’s father, wrote on social media: “I would have never thought that I would be saying this to any of my children, never in my lifetime. My first born girl … I love you so much.”

Sims’ mother, Donna Howard, is caring for her three children, ages 1, 5 and 6. “I just miss her. We were alike in so many ways,” Howard told NBC5 Chicago.

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She said Sims (pictured) told her she was going to an album release party for a childhood friend.

“She was calling to check in and I told her don’t worry about the kids – just enjoy yourself,” Howard said.

“We are suffering over here. Her kids are suffering. Chicago is suffering. I don’t wish this pain on nobody ever.”