Grand jury indicts Sunday school teacher on charges she kidnapped, raped, killed Calif. girl

Sunday school teacher indicted in CA girl’s death

STOCKTON, Calif. — A San Joaquin County grand jury has indicted a Sunday school teacher on charges she kidnapped, raped and killed an 8-year-old girl and drugged two other people.

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In new grand jury transcipts, teen describes frequent beatings by 4 captors in Calif. home

Teen describes beatings by captors in Calif. home

STOCKTON, Calif. — A teenager who ran from a Northern California home wearing a shackle on his ankle endured frequent beatings, sometimes in front of other children, that worsened over the year he spent there, according to grand jury testimony made public Friday.

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Sunday school teacher pleads not guilty in murder of 8-year-old Northern California girl

Suspect in Calif. girl’s slaying pleads not guilty

STOCKTON, Calif. — A Sunday school teacher pleaded not guilty Friday to charges she kidnapped, raped and killed an 8-year-old Northern California girl and drugged two other people.

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D.A. wants plea in case against Sunday school teacher charged in Calif. girl’s death

Suspect in Calif. girl’s slaying due back in court

STOCKTON, Calif. — The Sunday school teacher accused of murdering an 8-year-old Northern California girl is due back in court, and prosecutors want her to enter a plea.

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Lawyers for Calif. woman accused of girl’s murder, rape drop request to exhume body

Request to exhume dead Calif. girl’s body dropped

STOCKTON, Calif. — Lawyers for a California woman accused of raping and killing an 8-year-old girl have dropped a request to exhume the body for a second autopsy.

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General Plan settlement bid draws many criticism to settlement agreement

In a rare incident of its kind the builders and developers of Stockton had raised their voices against the Stockton’s landmark General Plan. The environment body Sierra Club has filed a class action lawsuit that charges the plan of harming the environment and the economic standing of downtown. And California Attorney General Jerry Brown, similarly concerned, had threatened to join the environmentalists in court.

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