JOSHUA TREE, Calif. - Developing details in the missing hiker case out of Joshua Tree where Joseph Orbeso and Rachel Nguyen have last seen two months ago. We've learned while there's been an active search in Joshua Tree National Park for the pair for 8 weeks, now an investigation outside the park has intensified with the United States Marshals Service getting involved.
JOSHUA TREE, Calif. - The San Bernardino County Sheriff's Department confirms to News Channel 3's I-Team Reporter Karen Devine that there is an on-going investigation outside of Joshua Tree National Park in the search for Joseph Orbeso and Rachel Nguyen. The pair have been missing since July 27th when they allegedly went hiking in Joshua Tree. Nguyen's car was found Friday July 28th at the trail head of the Maze Loop inside the park.
RIVERSIDE COUNTY, Calif. - The lawyer for Christopher Lee, the former Marine convicted last year of murdering Erin Corwin of Twentynine Palms in 2014 and dumping her body down a mine shaft, filed an appeal Thursday with the 4th Appellate Court District Division 2. Lee's attorney, Richard de la Sota, spoke with News Channel 3's Karen Devine by phone Friday afternoon saying he believes the judge made an error when he gave the jury their deliberation instructions.
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