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Politicians, Cops, Activists, Whistle Blowers and Journalists a clear pattern of Mayhem



The price of coming forward in America today is very high. My sons were nearly killed in one accident in 2004, my truck was blown up on 680 NB North of Danville, Ernie Scheerer (Whistleblower) murdered by his son, his friend Nate Greenan was murdered on WB-24, way back in 1982 Supervisor Federal Glover's cousin (my employee) was murdered by Pittsburg cops, and CHP Officer Kenyon Youngstrom was killed by a US Programmer heading to Fake H-1b visa interviews with Mindsource so that big Companies like HP, Sun, Oracle and Symantec These interviews serve one core Purposes re-certify some unsuspecting foreign tech worker for another three years, When you put 1.5 Trillion in the H-1b visas into a region where a million US Workers (required two american's be interviewed)

Councilman Shimansky is one of three politicians to expire from Spinal Meningitis in Contra Costa County where the same investigators convicted Scott Dyleski and Scott Peterson.
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PIMCO Employee, Accenture Client-Pasi Hamalainen Obituary





Pasi Hamalainen

Obituary

Pasi Hamalainen
Pasi M. Hamalainen, a gifted financial executive, devoted father and cultivator of many long-term friendships, died in his sleep on Jan. 16 at his home in Manhattan Beach, Calif. He was 46. Though he came from modest beginnings in Finland, Hamalainen earned an Ivy League education and parlayed it into a stellar career with Pacific Investment Management Co. (PIMCO), one of the world's largest asset-management firms. He rose through the ranks to become a managing director and director of global risk oversight, helping the company amass $2 trillion in assets. All the while Hamalainen lived by two iron credos: once you were his friend you were "a friend for life"; and he insisted on "nothing but the best." He possessed an engineer's fascination with precision instruments, from watches to sound systems to airplanes to very fast cars. An audiophile with a keen ear, Hamalainen built an oceanfront house in Manhattan Beach and equipped it with a vacuum-tube stereo system that turned his home into an approximation of a concert hall. His constantly evolving car collection included BMW's, Aston Martins, Bentleys and a Bugatti Grand Sport Vitesse. He loved to drive the snaking roads of the Los Angeles canyons, and with his Bugatti he set a staggering record of 230.6 miles per hour at the Sun Valley Road Rally last year. Though he enjoyed his toys, success for Hamalainen was not measured in money or possessions. He was generous with friends and family, and toward causes he regarded as worthy. He was also known for his unique sense of humor. He departed PIMCO in 2008 after 14 years with the company, and the next year his wife, Dr. Carey Cullinane, gave birth to their son, Logan Patrick. Retirement gave Hamalainen the freedom to travel the world. It also introduced him to the joys of fatherhood. "This last year Pasi was so happy," said his brother, Janne Hamalainen. "He was able to spend more time with his son, which was the most important thing by far to him. One of their favorite things to do together was play with toy planes - my brother was typically the air-traffic controller and Logan was the pilot - and they had a great bond." In 2012 Hamalainen joined the Capital Group, a Los Angeles-based investment management firm, as a fixed-income portfolio manager. He was also busy with a variety of philanthropic endeavors. He endowed a professorship at his alma mater, the University of Pennsylvania, and he joined the Advisory Board of the Jacobs Levy Center for Quantitative Financial Research at the university's Wharton School. He and his former wife, Dr. Cullinane, an oncologist, also endowed the Hamalainen Post-Doctoral Fellowship at the Stanford University Medical Center. Pasi Matti Hamalainen was born in Helsinki on May 18, 1967, where his father was a sportswriter and his mother was an elementary school teacher. His mother, Raili, had competed twice with the Finnish national gymnastics team in the Olympics. The marriage ended in divorce in 1969 and Raili raised her two sons in the town of Tampere, where they briefly attended the Tampere University of Technology. Janne went on to study electrical engineering at the University of Tulsa, and Pasi, after a two-year stint as a pilot in the Finnish Air Force, won a scholarship to the University of Pennsylvania. There he competed on the track team and completed a rigorous five-year program in just four years, earning dual bachelor's degrees in engineering and economics. He went directly into the Ph.D. program at the university's Wharton School, but left to join PIMCO in 1994 after earning a master's degree in finance. As a student at Penn, Hamalainen served as a research assistant for the professors Donald Keim and Ananth Madhavan, both of whom became life-long friends. Together they produced papers on such lofty topics as "The Upstairs Market for Large-Block Transactions: Analysis and Measurement of Price Effects." "Pasi was the guy who had the technical skills and the smarts to crack the data - load it, parse it, interpret it," says Madhavan, a native of India. "The guy was brilliant. But the thing that was important to him in his life were his friends. He was very close to the group at Wharton, and they remained friends. That's very Finnish." "He was very, very bright," adds Keim. "Very serious, very quiet, but always thinking things through. Everything he said was very measured, very precise. And once he became your friend, he was always a true friend." In lieu of flowers, donations in honor of Pasi Hamalainen may be sent via the Pasi Hamalainen Memorial Fund. - http://pasihamalainenmemorialfund.mydagsite.com 
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By PETE BENNETT - Contra Costa Watch EMAIL
Phone: 510-460-5641

Reposted to Protect My Sons
Arson Murder - Magalia / Paradise CA
Related: Arson / Arson

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Mormon: Matthew Michael Lyon

The Bishops know one another as it's like a Fraternity
The death of Matthew Michael Lyon is like others connected to Dead Banker Story

Silverado Council

By PETE BENNETT - Contra Costa Watch EMAIL
Phone: 510-460-5641
Posted: 06/13/2013



Matthew Michael Lyon
Apr. 16, 1970 - July 27, 2012
Resident of Walnut Creek
Matthew Michael Lyon died unexpectedly Friday evening, July 27, 2012 while on his way to meet Boy Scouts from Troop 820 as they completed a 30-mile backpacking trip on the Pacific Crest Trail. 
Matt was born in Salt Lake City on April 16, 1970. He was raised in Pleasanton, California and graduated from Amador Valley High School. He served a two year mission in Guatemala for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Following his mission he attended UC Davis where he earned degrees in Economics and International Relations. He married Eleanor L. Valencia on September 15, 1995 in the Oakland LDS Temple. He worked for Accenture for 16 years. 
He is survived by his wife Eleanor, children Connor (12), Jordan (9), Maxwell (7), and Sierra (4); parents Michael and Susan Lyon of Pleasanton, brothers Nicholas (Chelsea), Daniel (Holly), and Christian of San Francisco, niece Madison and many loving aunts, uncles, and cousins.

NATE GREENAN
DECEASED
MURDERED
KNOWS
Mr. Lyons

Matt lived a life of selfless service to others and filled many church roles, including his most recent as the Bishop of the Walnut Creek II Ward. Matt enjoyed exploring the California coast, backpacking, gardening, home improvement projects, and spending time with his family and friends. He found beauty in nature, art, music, good literature, and always looked for the good in others. He touched many lives with his witty humor and easy-going nature. He loved his family above all and will be missed by all who knew him. 
Funeral services will be held Saturday, August 4, 11am with visitation at 10am at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 2369 Overlook Drive in Walnut Creek. A shuttle will be available for overflow offsite parking.
Two accounts for the benefit of Eleanor and her children have been established at Bank of America - the Lyon Family Memorial Fund and the Lyon Children Education Fund. Please visit the local branch or send checks made payable to Eleanor V. Lyon to the Lyon Family Memorial Fund c/o Bank of America 1330 North Main St. Walnut Creek, CA 94596. Please note the account number on the check:1641-0255-4031 and reference Lyon Family Memorial Fund in the Memo Line. For those that wish to donate for the benefit of the children's college needs, please follow the same instructions as above but reference Lyon Family Education Fund in the Memo Line. Express condolences at www.oakparkhillschapel.com - See more at: http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/contracostatimes/obituary.aspx?pid=158886112#sthash.Q2ZtM531.dpuf



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2 Walnut Creek teens drowned in treacherous stream


2 Walnut Creek teens drowned in treacherous stream
Kelly Zito, Chronicle Staff Writer
Published 4:00 am, Wednesday, February 23, 2011

The Powell Family Tragedy 
The father of Gavin suffered a stroke while working for Longs, he's got long term stroke issues and I travel up to his place.  As a project manager for Longs when the big outsourcing machines from Accenture and Protivity tried to get a foot hold Jim ended their contracts.

The business targeting model if you can't take down (kill) the obstacle, then take out the collateral target.
per Jim he's never had a completed police report.  I know how these agencies operate as I've used my IT skills to break their business processes in little segments.
The really strange part is Lt. Hill's comments that he has a son at Los Lomas.

Walnut Creek Police Lt. Jay Hill
Along the way I wrote the FBI when Hill pulled his little stunt over in front of Peet's Coffee.  Then I read about Hill being the hero first responder up on Skycrest where of all things Alice Roberts Attorney David Nearon appeared with a revised power of attorney.

Attorney Nearon baptized my ex-wife at Alamo 1st Ward, her father died in the house, i never trusted the story, David knows Nate Greenan (deceased), Nate would know Ernie Scherer Jr. (Murdered by Ernie Scherer III) who would know his father James Greenan, they all know Joan Buchanan, Federal Glover, Eric Nunn, Mark DeSaulnier, Gavin Newsome, and Richard Rainey whose nephew Michael McNutly is deceased.

In my old Cameo Neighborhood I've nicknamed it Burnville - as 1,000 feet in each direction, one suicide in a car, four total losses and one dad me whose truck blew up on 680 and can't find a police report.  I'm betting that CHP officer B. Johnson who appeared in late 2012 at Starbucks Duncan is Mormon - just a hunch as his family could be another Mormon I know.
 A brash attempt by two urban teens to raft an urban stream probably turned quickly into a harrowing plunge through a concrete chute, with 20-foot vertical walls on both sides, churning with rainwater, branches, rocks and trash.
The channel where Matthew Miller, 16, andGavin Powell, 17, of Walnut Creek drowned Saturday may have only been a few feet deep, but its appearance was deceiving. And, officials say, channels like this one can be found all over the Bay Area.
"It looks totally innocent," said Mitch Avalon, deputy director of the Public Works Department of Contra Costa County. "But when it's full (of water) you can't get out once you're in it."
About 100 feet from where the boys entered the water with their two-person inflatable raft was a chute with 20-foot-high walls and no way out. The frigid waters moved swiftly and they were soon pulled underground into a three-quarter-mile-long tunnel beneath downtown Walnut Creek. A few miles downstream, they tumbled two stories into a deep pool designed to slow raging storm runoff.

The boys' bodies were recovered Sunday in Concord, several miles downstream of the pool. Their deflated raft was found upstream, in Walnut Creek, at the waterfall.
Common urban feature
Flood control channels - some visible, some not - are common in cities where a central river or stream has the potential to overrun its banks. But these mundane canals are extremely treacherous when swollen with heavy rains, experts say, because they function to funnel water as quickly as possible from urban areas into larger bodies of water.
The San Ramon bypass the teens tried to navigate was built in the late 1980s to channel storm water from Walnut Creek's parking lots, streets and sidewalks. Downstream, the bypass connects with the namesake Walnut Creek waterway before emptying into Suisun Bay to the north.
During parched summer months, the channel flow shrivels to a trickle. But last week's soaking storms produced a coursing ribbon of water - a vision that proved too enticing for two teens described as funny, smart, outgoing and adventurous.
Amid Saturday's soggy weather, the two juniors from Las Lomas High School donned helmets and launched their blue-and-yellow raft on Sans Crainte Creek in a residential area near Murwood Elementary School and Vanderslice Avenue, authorities said. They did not wear life vests.
Sans Crainte Creek and other upstream brooks that cut through private land are protected only by trees, brush, backyards, open spaces and roads. In some spots, dirt paths wind down to the water.

Just downstream, however, the bracken-covered banks give way to the sheer cement walls of the San Ramon bypass. Beyond the walls and up on the banks, the channel is surrounded by fences adorned with "No Trespassing" signs.

On Tuesday, officials with the Contra Costa County Flood Control and Water Conservation District, which owns and manages the San Ramon bypass, examined the site where Matthew and Gavin embarked to evaluate whether additional fencing or warnings are necessary or feasible - particularly on private property, Avalon said. They are expecting to present a report to the county Board of Supervisors next week.

At least one of the teenagers' classmates said the current warnings and barriers aren't enough.
"The signs say 'No trespassing,' but they should probably communicate the danger ... that there are serious consequences, that people have died," said William Hansel, a Las Lomas senior who ran on the cross-country team with Miller.

Investigators with the Contra Costa Sheriff's Department and Walnut Creek Police Department are uncertain how far the boys traveled aboard their raft. But the deflated raft was found several miles to the north at the 20-foot man-made waterfall near Bancroft Road and Bentley Street at 8:30 a.m. Sunday.
The bodies of Matthew and Gavin were recovered in the waterway near Buchanan Field in Concord. They were reported missing by their families shortly after midnight Sunday after friends said they missed a prearranged pickup appointment Saturday evening.
The tragedy, which many classmates marked Tuesday by wearing bright yellow - Matthew and Gavin often wore yellow bike gear - and leaving flowers and cards at spots along the creek, isn't the first for that stretch of waterway.
In April, a 75-year-old Walnut Creek woman was pulled from the channel in a dramatic helicopter rescue after the car driven by her son crashed through two fences and landed upside down in the rushing water. Janet Hogan survived; but her son, 40-year-old Timothy Hogan, and husband, 79-year-old James Hogan, died.
Other teen drownings
Three other teens who ventured into the creek drowned in two separate instances in the early 1990s and early 1970s, Avalon said.
Granted, many more children and adults may have braved the creeks waters over the years and come away unscathed - they simply haven't come to the attention of authorities, said sheriff's Lt. Eric Navarro, who announced the finding of the boys' bodies Sunday.
"All of us have done things in our lives that you look back on and think, I got away with one," Navarro said.
 
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Blast kills 2, puts 6 in hospital / Fuel line erupts in flame at work site; 2 missing

By PETE BENNETT - Contra Costa Watch EMAIL
Phone: 510-460-5641
Posted: 12/24/2013

Reposted to Protect My Sons

Perhaps the CEO of Accenture will give my 4.0 Student Son a College Grant 
Arson Murder - Magalia / Paradise CA
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WALNUT CREEK / Blast kills 2, puts 6 in hospital / Fuel line erupts in flame at work site; 2 missing

Published 4:00 am, Wednesday, November 10, 2004
  • Adri Riley (cq) (left) and Sarah Potter run with their pet dogs out of the Diablo Pointe apartment complex at 1450 Creekside Drive in Walnut Creek.They were told to evacuate because of fear of further explosions. (note : they did not live at this complex but rather one just across the street.
 A gas line explodes killing two members of a work crew as they were working on a construction project on South Broadway near Los Lomas High School.
 Photo by Michael Maloney / San Francisco Chronicle Photo: Michael Maloney
    Adri Riley (cq) (left) and Sarah Potter run with their pet dogs out of the Diablo Pointe apartment complex at 1450 Creekside Drive in Walnut Creek.They were told to evacuate because of fear of further explosions. (note : they did not live at this complex but rather one just across the street. A gas line explodes killing two members of a work crew as they were working on a construction project on South Broadway near Los Lomas High School. Photo by Michael Maloney / San Francisco Chronicle Photo: Michael Maloney

A fireball several stories high roared out of the ground near downtown Walnut Creek on Tuesday, killing two construction workers, injuring six and leaving two workers missing after a crew accidentally cut an underground jet fuel line.
The blast occurred about a quarter-mile away from the intersection of Newell Avenue and South Broadway, where two crews contracted by Mountain Cascade Inc. of Livermore were installing a large water main for the East Bay Municipal Utility District.
One group of workers was welding in a trench, and a second group was digging another trench with a backhoe that apparently broke a pipeline that carries aviation fuel from Concord to the San Jose International Airport, said EBMUD spokesman Charles Hardy and Walnut Creek police investigating the accident.
Ellen Sabaduquia, 54, of Walnut Creek was driving on Broadway at 1:30 p.m. when the inferno shot out of the ground a few feet from her Toyota minivan. 
She watched in horror as two screaming men emerged from the hole, engulfed in flames.
"I thought I was in Fallujah for a moment," Sabaduquia told The Chronicle, her voice trembling. "It almost looked like slow motion from a horror movie."
Sabaduquia said she wanted to get out and pick up the workers, but the flames were too ferocious and she was forced to throw her vehicle into reverse.
The six workers who were injured were all burned -- three critically, authorities said. Those with the worst injuries were airlifted to Doctors Medical Center in San Pablo in critical condition with burns over 40 to 60 percent of their bodies, said hospital spokeswoman Paula Ferron.
Two victims were airlifted to John Muir Medical Center in Walnut Creek with burns so severe they were transported again to a burn center at UC Davis, according to a hospital spokeswoman. There was no information available on the sixth burn victim.
Initial reports by authorities had three workers dead, but later in the evening police said that they had confirmed two fatalities and retrieved the bodies of those victims. Authorities did not disclose the names of the dead or the missing.
The accident sparked a series of underground explosions, sent a huge column of black smoke into the sky, burned one home and damaged several others on Doris Avenue, and prompted the evacuations of Las Lomas High School and Muirwood Elementary.
"This is the worst day of my life," said Bill Williams of Mountain Cascade, general contractor for EBMUD's $180 million Walnut Creek-San Ramon Valley Improvement Project to increase water flow in the area.
Williams fielded phone calls Tuesday afternoon from worried wives and scanned work rosters to try to figure out who was unaccounted for.
The explosion rattled shops at nearby Broadway Plaza and caused students to jump in their seats. The force was so intense it blew out the windows of several apartments on Creekside Drive across the street and charred the cab of an 18-wheeler parked near the construction site.
Initially, firefighters were prevented from approaching the searing hot flames, so they were forced to keep the public away and wait for the gasoline to burn out.
Firefighters capped the pipeline at cutoff valves in Concord and Alamo, and the inferno receded about 90 minutes later, said Steve Maiero, battalion chief of the Contra Costa Fire Protection District.
They discovered two bodies in or near the hole, Maiero said.
The jet fuel line, owned by Kinder Morgan Energy Partners of Houston, was marked on maps that construction workers were using, according to Eugene Braithwaite, director of operations for the company's northern region.
Kinder Morgan is under investigation in a separate incident in which 85, 000 gallons of fuel spilled from one of its pipelines into the Suisun Marsh last April.
Braithwaite said as soon as it was safe, Kinder Morgan would assess how to clean up the Walnut Creek pipe break, possibly using vacuum pumps to remove any residual fuel.
A few Doris Avenue residents spent the night with friends or in hotels with help from theRed Cross. Among them were Enos and Leto Chabot, who lost the back half of their two-story home at 2053 Doris Ave. The fireball rose 90 feet from the construction pit, up a concrete wall and burned their entire backyard, melting the windows on their back wall.
The couple were having lunch at the Hick'ry Pit restaurant nearby when they heard the boom, and they returned home to find their neighbors evacuated to a street corner a few blocks away.
"The important thing is we're OK," said Leto Chabot. "We have insurance, but this will take months to get fixed."
At Las Lomas High, Sarah Jones, 16, said she was in her physics class when she heard what she thought was someone dropping something on the roof.
Students were instructed over the loudspeaker to stay inside, then told to evacuate to Civic Park. They could see the plume of black smoke from the parking lot.
"I don't think we were so much scared as confused," Jones said. "Because nobody told us what was going on."
The evacuation went smoothly, however, because nearly all the students had cell phones and could call their parents to come get them. Only about 50 of the school's 1,700 students made it to Civic Park, and the rest went to downtown coffee shops and juice bars to wait for their parents.
As darkness fell, authorities used a robot to shoot close-up photographs of the accident scene.
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PROGRAMMER and Veteran: Suspect Dies In Leap Off Bay Bridge / Girlfriend found slain -- cops were tailing him

By PETE BENNETT - Contra Costa Watch EMAIL

Posted: 12/22/2013


We were both US Programmers.

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In my story I've been targeted over and over, in my story i was against the H1b visas and just before I was going to fly to Washington just a few small events occurred, like my truck blowing up, or nearly dying in the ER, or that I was nearly beaten to death in my house by a Danville Building inspector but when I connected to Mary Alicia Driscoll as the same person that almost bought my Play Structure - the problem I moved to Walnut Creek.

There is no way this woman killed her daughter and I am very suspect about the murder suicide of Judith Adam Williams whose was a Nurse Registry, just like the guy that owned the Nurse Registry on Country Club Drive that caught on fire. I met him just before the fire - he acted he was being stalked, and Chris Lacey flips kills Officer Youngstrom was on his way to a fake Visa Interview and five nurses who came here on H1b visas burned alive. Down the street my Karaoke Buddy died when drowning.


Does anyone realize that in a small 2 square mile area we've had numerous jumpers, two murder suicides on back to back streets (Norris and Blackwood) that Tim lived down the street but drowned on the exact same spot where i was nearly killed and that my friends son traveled underneath and drowned? A little surprise was his father like me was a IT project manager for Longs.

When I walk around Walnut Creek I can the IBM workers who have jobs, tax free income, that got $5,000 credit cards for each person all issued at the same time for Macy's and Nordstroms.


Did anyone ever consider that outsourcing might have caused the housing market to collapse?


Watch me on PBS


High-tech Companies Seek to Hire More Foreign Workers


The reason the Outsourcing Agencies are calling programmers in Butte County who don't know what's going on down in the Bay Area. They are also calling Nurses who I sat with in Butte EDD on Park Ave for several months. It was unbeliavble the endless suckers pitch - come on down we got a job for you then nothing.



The H-1b Murder Patterns  

Judith Williams who killed her son (allegedly) on Mt. Diablo ran a nurses registry and likely competed with firms that used H1b Visas. They have an innate advantage - they have hordes of help overseas that want US Jobs.

They got em - we lose our houses, jobs, families and place in society.

Suspect Dies In Leap Off Bay Bridge / Girlfriend found slain -- cops were tailing him
Jaxon Van Derbeken, Chronicle Staff Writer
Published 4:00 am, Wednesday, August 16, 2000

2000-08-16 04:00:00 PDT SAN FRANCISCO -- One day after his missing girlfriend was found beaten to death in rural Marin County, the San Francisco man suspected of killing her plunged 170 feet to his death off the Bay Bridge yesterday.


Darion Sable, 23, headed straight for the span after his release from the San Francisco Jail and jumped headfirst over the side. His suicide was witnessed by undercover police officers assigned to shadow his movements.


"No one had a chance to intervene," said Officer Jim Deignan, a spokesman for the Police Department.


Marin County authorities found a woman's body on Monday afternoon near Muir Beach and identified it as 20-year-old Jerusha Briley's yesterday morning. San Francisco investigators said it appeared the stay-at-home mother had died of "blunt force trauma."


Within hours of the Marin County coroner identifying Briley, her boyfriend was released from jail and took his fatal dive.

Briley disappeared Saturday morning from the Richmond District home she shared with Sable and her son, Gabriel, who turns 2 in two weeks. Although Sable was a suspect in her slaying, investigators lacked the evidence to arrest him on charges relating to that crime. He had no criminal record but was arrested and jailed over the weekend on charges of possessing drugs.

"There was not enough to charge him with murder," said Paul Cummins, the assistant district attorney who handled the case.

Homicide investigators wouldn't say whether Sable had been told he was a suspect in his girlfriend's death.



Sable was held overnight on drug charges after investigators found him with methamphetamines on Sunday afternoon. He was released on his own recognizance at 1:42 p.m. yesterday.

SURVEILLANCE PLAN

Unable to hold Sable in connection with Briley's death, investigators planned to keep close tabs on him after he was freed.

Their surveillance started the moment he left the Hall of Justice, police said, with undercover officers following him in cars and on foot.

The officers were more than 100 yards away when Sable walked to the Bay Bridge and jumped over the side. He fell into a Caltrans maintenance yard and died at the scene.

The undercover officers, who assumed Sable was headed for the East Bay, summoned the California Highway Patrol for help as soon as Sable reached the span, police said.

"It's a very tragic incident," said San Francisco Police Lt. Kitt Crenshaw, whose officers were following Sable.

From the start, police -- along with Briley's friends and family -- found Sable's reaction to his live-in girlfriend's disappearance odd. He did not appear to be distraught and acted "inappropriately," they said.

He told investigators that Briley woke him at 5:30 a.m. Saturday and borrowed $40 to go to a market two blocks away to buy breakfast.

Sable told investigators he first called police about 2:30 p.m. Saturday but could not reach anyone; he finally reported her missing about an hour later.

He told police that she had never stayed away from the house for more than two hours. He also said Briley had no medical problems, no drug addictions and "no enemies that he knows of."

He said that Briley was seeing an "unknown counselor for possible depression" -- an assertion that her family disputed.

ORDINARY COURT PROCEEDING
A public defender who represented Sable in court said yesterday's proceeding was typical for a first- time drug offender and that Sable did not appear to be upset.

"He had no prior record, he had community contacts, a job and went to school," said Elizabeth Hilton, the deputy public defender, who added that another public defender talked to Sable at noon yesterday.

"He was actually fine in the holding tank. He looked totally normal," Hilton said of Sable's demeanor. "I explained to him the charges and said that he could get drug diversion, that he was eligible," she said.

Sable, who worked in Internet services and described himself as an "engineer" for Wells Fargo, deserted from the Marine Corps in 1997 and later was discharged from the service. He had been stationed at Camp Pendleton.

RELATIONSHIP IN TROUBLE


During a two-hour interrogation that followed his arrest Sunday afternoon on the drug charges, Sable acknowledged that the couple had been quarreling and that they were on the verge of a breakup, police said.

"He thought everything was going to be OK" in the relationship, despite the fighting, according to one investigator familiar with the case.

Briley's friends and relatives gathered yesterday before the news came that Briley's body had been found.

They described her as a devoted, loving mother to her young son. Briley and Sable had known each other since she was 14 and he was 17.

"We're still trying to know what happened here," said Devon Rath, a childhood friend of Briley.






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