John Muir Medical Center and the Murder of Dr. Fang

The Contra Costa Superior Court Murders


Contra Costa Costa County (CA)


Dr. Kim Fang Dental Office Project


Share:

OBIT: Woman dies in vehicle crash near Walnut Creek

Woman dies in vehicle crash near Walnut Creek

By Chris De BenedettiContra Costa Times

Posted:   12/10/2011 10:04:17 AM PST0 Comments | Updated:   4 years ago

WALNUT CREEK -- A 44-year-old woman died Saturday morning in a vehicle crash in unincorporated Contra Costa County, a California Highway Patrol officer said.

The accident occurred about 6:30 a.m. when the Walnut Creek woman was driving a 2011 Nissan Versa eastbound on Treat Boulevard, west of Walnut Creek, Officer J. Johnson said.
  
For an unknown reason, she veered off the roadway and crashed into a light pole on the southeast corner of Treat Boulevard, near Cherry Lane, Johnson said.
The woman, who has not been named, was taken by ambulance to John Muir Medical Center in Walnut Creek, where she was pronounced dead, he said.
The accident is under investigation, authorities said.

Police said they do not know the speed at which she was driving or if alcohol or drugs played a role.
Anyone with information about the accident can call California Highway Patrol at 925-646-4980 or 707-551-4100.
Contact Chris De Benedetti at 510-353-7011. Follow him at Twitter.com/cdebenedetti.

Share:

OBIT: Preston Monroe Avery | PRESTON AVERY VS. COUNTY OF CONTRA COSTA

Preston Monroe Avery
June 4, 1929 - November 24, 2012
Resident of Cupertino
Preston passed away peacefully in his home. He was a loving husband to his wife Lois for 58 years. He was also a father to Jerry and Patti Jo, a father-in-law to Debbie and David, grandfather to Bill, Mike, Jesse, Eli and Britni and a loving great grandfather. He is also survived by three brothers and two sisters.
Dad, Papa or Preston was a man that worked hard everyday of his life and yet still made the time to be a great husband, father, grandfather, great grandfa-ther and true friend to all.
Preston was born in North Carolina, served in the Navy for 4 years and after-wards attended Campbell University. Preston had many jobs throughout his life. He was a very successful business man in many various fields. Of all the business ventures he pursued; his passion for construction and farming were among his favorites. Family and friends were most important in his life. Preston relished mentoring, teaching and helping others succeed and to be their best. We will all miss his guidance, expertise, support and love.
Family and friends are invited to join the service at Oak Hill on Wed. 11/28 at 2pm.


When you sue in Contra Costa County you can die from it.  I survived arson, fires, hit and run, shooting, muggings and good ole poison 
Share:

OBIT: Case CIVMSC03-03186 - PRESTON AVERY VS. COUNTY OF CONTRA COSTA

 










Case CIVMSC03-03186 - PRESTON AVERY VS. COUNTY OF CONTRA COSTA

Viewed
Date
Action Text
Disposition
Image
  07/23/2010 8:30 AM DEPT. 19  HEARING ON MOTION TO/FOR DISMISSAL OF PLAINTIFFS COMPLAINT FILED BY COUNTY OF CONTRA COSTA   VACATED    
  06/24/2010  PROOF OF SERVICE BY MAIL OF REQUEST FOR DISMISSAL ON STEVEN RETTIG FILED; SERVED ON 06/22/10   Not Applicable  N/A 
  06/24/2010  REQUEST FILED AND DISMISSAL ENTERED WITHOUT PREJUDICE AS TO ENTIRE ACTION  Not Applicable  N/A 
  06/17/2010  PROOF OF SERVICE BY MAIL FILED RE: MOTION TO DISMISS COMPLAINT MAILED 6/10/10   Not Applicable  N/A 
  06/10/2010  HEARING ON MOTION WAS SET FOR 7/23/10 AT 8:30 IN DEPT. 19       
  06/10/2010  CASE HAS BEEN ASSIGNED TO DEPT. 19       
  06/10/2010  REQUEST OF COUNTY OF CONTRA COSTA FOR JUDICIAL NOTICE FILED   Not Applicable  N/A 
  06/10/2010  MEMORANDUM OF POINTS AND AUTHORITIES FILED BY COUNTY OF CONTRA COSTA IN SUPPORT OF MOTION TO DISMISS PLAINTIFFS COMPLA INT   Not Applicable  N/A 
  06/10/2010  MOTION TO/FOR DISMISS PLAINTIFFS COMPLAINT FILED BY COUNTY OF CONTRA COSTA       
  02/06/2006  MEMORANDUM OF COSTS FILED IN THE AMOUNT OF $3,534.46   Not Applicable  N/A 
  12/30/2005  REMITTITUR FROM DCA - COSTS AWARDED TO APPELLANT   Not Applicable  N/A 
  11/09/2005  OPINION; AFFIRMED IN PART/REVERSED AS TO DISMISSAL F REMAINING CAUSES OF ACTION & REMANDED FOR FUR R   Not Applicable    
  06/01/2005  NOTICE REQUESTING PREPARATION & SENDING OF OMITTED PAGE OF RECORD ON CTX   Not Applicable    
  05/12/2005  REPORTER`S TRANSCRIPT MONIES ON DEPOSIT RETURNED TO DEPOSITOR.  Not Applicable    
  03/21/2005  COURT REPORTER PAID FOR TRANSCRIPT: $57.00   Not Applicable    
  03/08/2005  NUMBER OF VOLUMES (ORIGINAL TRANSCRIPTS).       
  03/08/2005  ORIGINAL CLERK AND REPORTERS TRANSCRIPT/S SENT TO DCA; #AO OO, DIVISION OO   Not Applicable    
  12/02/2004  NOTICE DESIGNATING ADMINISTRATIVE RECORD FOR TRANS MITTAL TO COURT OF APPEAL   Not Applicable    
  12/02/2004  FEE RECEIVED FOR CLERKS TX FROM PRESTON AVERY   Not Applicable    
  11/01/2004  RECEIPT FOR ESTIMATED COST OF REPORTER`S TRANSCRIPT DEPOSITED  Not Applicable    
  10/21/2004  DESIGNATION OF CLERK AND REPORTERS TRANSCRIPT ON APPEAL BY APPELLANT   Not Applicable    
  10/13/2004  NOTICE OF APPEAL FILED BY PRESTON AVERY, LOIS AVERY, TRUSTEES       
  10/08/2004  NOTICE OF/TO ENTRY OF JUDGMENT DENYING WRIT OF ADM MANDATE FILED ON BEHALF OF COUNTY OF CONTRA COSTA   Not Applicable    
  10/08/2004  JUDGMENT FILED/ENTERED-BEFORE TRIAL ON 10/08/04   Not Applicable    
  09/27/2004  1/2 DAY COURT REPORTER FEE PAID BY PRESTON AVERY   Not Applicable    
  09/27/2004 9:05 AM DEPT. 22  COURT TRIAL - SHORT CAUSE/ 1 DAY(S) - Minutes  DENIED    
  09/17/2004  ORDER DENYING PETRS MOT TO AUGMENT THE ADMINISTRATIVE RECORD   Not Applicable    
  09/17/2004 8:30 AM DEPT. 22  HEARING ON MOTION TO/FOR AUGMENT ADMINISTRATIVE RECORD FILED BY PRESTON AVERY, LOIS AVERY, LOIS AVERY - Minutes  COMPLETED    
  09/15/2004  PROOF OF PERSONAL SERVICE BY BURDY WONG SERVICE OF REPLY TO OPPOSITION TO WRIT,ETC ON COUNTY OF CONTRA COSTA FILED. SERVED ON 09/15/04   Not Applicable    
  09/15/2004  REQUEST OF PRESTON AVERY, LOIS AVERY, LOIS AVERY FOR JUDICIAL NOTICE FILED   Not Applicable    
  09/15/2004  REPLY TO RESPTS OPPOSITION TO PETNRS WRIT OF MANDATE   Not Applicable    
  09/13/2004  DECL OF PERS SVC OF PTRS OPENING BRIEF, JUD NTC, MPA ON 8-11-04 SEE SVC LIST   Not Applicable    
  09/13/2004  DECL OF SERVICE OF PTRS REPLY TO RESPS OPPO, DEC L OF P AVERY ON 9-13-04 BY PERS SVC/   Not Applicable    
  09/13/2004  PROOF OF SERVICE BY FAX FILED RE: REPLY TO RESP OPPO, DEC OF PLTF ON 9-13-04/SEE SER VICE LIST   Not Applicable    
  09/13/2004  DECLARATION OF PLTF FILED RE: IN REPLY TO RESPS OPPOSITION TO PTRS MOTION TO A UGMENT ADMIN RECORD   Not Applicable    
  09/13/2004  PTRS REPLY TO RESPS OPPOSITION TO PTRS MOTION T O AUGMENT THE ADMINISTRATIVE RECORD   Not Applicable    
  09/01/2004  OPPOSITION TO MOTION TO/FOR AUGMENT ADMINISTRATIVE RECORD FILED BY COUNTY OF CONTRA COSTA, BOARD OF SUPERVISORS OF CONTRACOSTA COSTA, JOHN GIOIA   Not Applicable    
  09/01/2004  OPPOSITION TO WRIT OF MANDATE FILED BY DEFTS.   Not Applicable    
  09/01/2004  OBJECTION TO PETNRS REQ FOR JUDICIAL NOTICE FILED BY COUNTY OF CONTRA COSTA, BOARD OF SUPERVISORS OF CONTRACOSTA COSTA, JOHN GIOIA   Not Applicable    
  09/01/2004  REQUEST OF COUNTY OF CONTRA COSTA, BOARD OF SUPERVISORS OF CONTRACOSTA COSTA, JOHN GIOIA FOR JUDICIAL NOTICE FILED   Not Applicable    
  08/16/2004  PROOF OF SERVICE BY MAIL FILED RE: MTN TO AUGMENT ADMINISTRATIVE RECORD; P&AS IN SUPT EXECUTED ON 08/13/04 & SRVD ON (SEE LIST)   Not Applicable    
  08/11/2004  DECL OF M.HYNES IN SUPP OF MTN TO AUGMENT ADMINISTRATIVE RECORD   Not Applicable    
  08/11/2004  PETNRS OPENING BRIEF   Not Applicable    
  08/11/2004  REQUEST OF PRESTON AVERY, LOIS AVERY, LOIS AVERY FOR JUDICIAL NOTICE FILED   Not Applicable    
  08/11/2004  MOTION TO/FOR AUGMENT ADMINISTRATIVE RECORD FILED BY PRESTON AVERY, LOIS AVERY, LOIS AVERY       
  08/11/2004  HEARING ON MOTION WAS SET FOR 9/17/04 AT 8:30 IN DEPT. 22       
  05/25/2004  (U.J.) ANSWER TO COMPLAINT FILED 12/24/2003 OF PRESTON AVERY FILED BY COUNTY OF CONTRA COSTA, BOARD OF SUPERVISORS OF CONTRACOSTA COSTA, JOHN GIOIA, GAYLE B UILKEMA, DONNA GERBER, MARK DESAULNIER, FEDERAL GLOVER, CARLOS BALTODANO, JOSEPH LOSADO, RICHARD LIERLY   Not Applicable    
  05/12/2004 8:30 AM DEPT. 22  CASE MANAGEMENT CONFERENCE - Minutes  COMPLETED    
  05/04/2004  CASE MANAGEMENT CONFERENCE STATEMENT FILED BY PRESTON AVERY, LOIS AVERY, LOIS AVERY   Not Applicable    
  04/29/2004  CASE MANAGEMENT CONFERENCE STATEMENT FILED BY COUNTY OF CONTRA COSTA   Not Applicable    
Next 50  
Share:

OBIT: Michael Sevenau Danville San Ramon Valley Schools -

Alamo man who died in burning vehicle identified

By Rick Hurd Contra Costa Times POSTED: 09/04/2014 11:07:54 AM PDT0 COMMENTS UPDATED: 09/04/2014 11:30:27 AM PDT ALAMO -- A man who died after he was trapped in a burning vehicle over the weekend has been identied as an Alamo man.

The California Highway Patrol said 60-year-old Michael Sevenau died after the silver 2000 Jaguar he was driving went off the road, hit a tree and caught fire. The wreck happened just after 12:30 a.m. Sunday.

An investigation showed the Jaguar was traveling east on Stone Valley Road and wound up in the west side of the road before colliding first with some mailboxes, CHP Officer John Fransen said.

The Jaguar then spun around, broke through a wooden fence and down a dirt embankment before hitting the tree. Police are still investigating whether drugs or alcohol played a role in the wreck.
Investigators have not yet determined if Sevenau suffered a medical issue while he was behind the wheel. He was pronounced dead at the scene. Contact Rick Hurd at 925-945-4789 and follow him at Twitter.com/3rderh



The Scherer Murders and
the Mormons near
Smith Road
The Contra Costa District
Attorney Investigators

Share:

OBIT: Emily Courchesne, 37, of Danville with a stuffed dragon - Another Danville Tragedy


Share:

Hillside Covenant Church Outreach @fbi @usdoj @wcpd



There are many suspicious deaths in Walnut Creek

Hillside Covenant Church Outreach

  • Date: Fall 2010
  • Connection: Hit and Run / Attempted Murder by church member
  • Domestic Terrorism: PG&E Sniper Attack Metcalf Station
  • Claimed File: Feb

Hillside Covenant Church Outreach
My first meeting with Hillside Covenant Church was Christmas 2010 and they seemed genuine. Their youth director friended me around May 2011 but unknown was Hillside's connection to a Concord City Councilman whose grandson died under highly suspicious circumstances in Las Vegas. I learned about events via his daughter who like many sought me out in 2014.
Share:

NTSB: Energy Terrorism Vying for Energy



Trail of Bodies SF Flat 
San Francisco Cop was key to forcing me to close my Software Company located at 1923a Oak Park Road Pleasant Hill

San Onofre Murders nicotine poisoning whe





 

Share:

Obit: The Clare Orton Murder and Orton Development


WALNUT CREEK — Two promising students — one a freshman at San Diego State and the other who studied engineering at Stanford University — died Tuesday in what police said looked like a murder-suicide in a home just north of Ygnacio Valley Road.
Clare Orton, a 19-year-old majoring in environmental engineering in San Diego, was found dead in her parents’ Walnut Creek home off Homestead Avenue. Also there was the body of Scott Bertics, a 21-year-old Lafayette resident who had attended Stanford.
Police called to the neighborhood around 6:50 a.m. said they found the two dead from gunshot wounds inside a home on Holton Court.
The two knew each other and had dated, police said.
She had graduated from Las Lomas High School in 2014 and he from Acalanes in Lafayette in 2012. Both were interested in engineering and both were long distance runners on the track teams at their high schools.
Orton’s family lived in the home for more than 10 years, said neighbor Linda Darnsteadt.
The “very pleasant” college student was visiting her home for the summer break from San Diego State, where she had completed her first year, Darnsteadt said.
“I’m just so sad. That’s so tragic,” she said.
Darnsteadt and her husband Gary said that they did not hear gunshots.
“We knew something tragic had happened, but we didn’t know what,” Linda Darnsteadt said. Police cars filled the cul-de-sac until noonOrton was an honors student at San Diego State, according to a school merit page. Her Facebook page includes a reference to membership in the Society of Women Engineers at San Diego State and to the Eco-Action Club at Las Lomas High School in Walnut Creek.
For a photo of a rainbow posted on her Facebook page, she wrote, “When the sunrise is underwhelming, turn around, you may see a double rainbow.”
Bertics was on leave of absence from Stanford and last attended the school in the fall of 2014, a school spokesman said.
Stanford’s website lists Bertics as a member of a team that in 2013 worked on project called “Controlling Robot Dynamics with Spiking Neurons.” He is also credited in a 2014 paper by some of the same team members for developing the driver interface in a project titled: “Controlling Articulated Robots in Task-Space with Spiking Silicon Neurons.”
A 2011 Github entry shows his pleasure at winning an animation code award. “I wrote this program during the summer quarter in 2011 and it won the Stanford CS106A graphics contest!”
Bertics also had a YouTube channel called “sbertics” on which he put videos of his projects, but the newest videos were of glider flights over Oahu in Hawaii. His electronic device videos were three years old.
Walnut Creek police would like to hear from anyone who might have information about what happened. They can be reached at 925-943-5844.


Share:

Contra Costa Flaws

Popular Posts

Blog Archive

Ad Home

Follow Us

No one has ever become poor by giving, Please Donate

Flickr Images

Featured

javascript:void(0)
Powered by Blogger.

Comments

Search This Blog

Find Us On Facebook

Random Posts

Recent Posts

Header Ads

BlogRoll

Labels

Blog Archive

Labels

Popular Posts

Recent Posts

Unordered List

  • Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetuer adipiscing elit.
  • Aliquam tincidunt mauris eu risus.
  • Vestibulum auctor dapibus neque.