EL DORADO HILLS — Law enforcement will usually describe what a suspect was seen wearing to get tips from the public, but a package thief in El Dorado Hills is getting attention for what she wasn’t wearing — a shirt. Thursday in El Dorado Hills was breezy and a cool 60 degrees. “Today was actually kind of a cold day,” El Dorado County Sheriff’s Sergeant Anthony Prencipe said. But the thief, caught on surveillance video, apparently worked up a sweat.
TRACY --The engaged couple from Modesto and the 19-year-old from Tracy. The courageous teenager who crawled a half-mile along a desolate road in Livermore after a horrendous knife attack -- the couple named as the two who stabbed her. On Valentine's Day, Gross and Leonardo appeared in court for their arraignment on murder charges. They chose not to enter pleas.
NEVADA CITY -- Family and friends of a grandmother found shot to death in her Nevada City home are grappling with the question -- who would want 67-year-old Pamela Tobiassen DeGrio dead? “She was the consummate cowgirl. You know, she was out here on her lovely little horses doing her barrel racing and Gym Con events," friend Mathra Kubitchek said. Pam's family, the Tobiassens, have deep roots in Nevada City.
When you work up a sweat stealing packages. This woman stripped down to her sports bra the second time she hit the same El Dorado Hills home within an hour. On @FOX40 @ 10 - why her bare midriff may help deputies identify her. https://t.co/aEouFedmFo
She had emotional issues & was extremely jealous. He had anger issues & talked about killing people who talked too much. That's what close friends of both suspects charged with murdering 19 year old Lizette Cuesta tell @FOX40 . Was the couple's relationship a recipe for disaster? https://t.co/S83QDTjYzb
"She fought like a soldier. Like a warrior. So I commend that." Richard says he prayed by a 19 year old Tracy woman's side this morning after she crawled along a dark road bleeding profusely from stab wounds. He says she knew she might die but refused to give up. @FOX40https://t.co/4CnmeSbo35
Pam was raised in the rodeo. Her horses were her life. Here she is at her Nevada City property hosing one of her old girl's off. Her friends and family can't understand why anyone in the community where she has such deep roots would kill her in her own home. @FOX40 @ 10 https://t.co/0rnwwJcq3n
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