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12.23.02 Scott & Laci Peterson - pending

Scott Peterson - Wikipedia

Laci Peterson - Wikipedia

02.26.04 Vivian Mitchell died of "natural causes" - (possibly killed by controllers)

02.26.04 Portion of video Grissom from CSI (CBS) is inspecting a guy named "Peterson - Maggot" links Gwen Araujo

05.09.04 Xavier Martinez & Peterson - PG&E Commercial "Venue" - Mark Hendrickson Spokesperson for Pacific Gas and Electric; interviewed by Bee staff writer John Coté concerning a worker, identifying himself as a PG&E subcontractor, who La Loma residents speculate was involved in placing surveillance devices on a pole across from Scott and Laci Peterson's home; stated that PG&E subcontractors do only natural gas work and are local businesses: "There is not a plausible reason we would have a gas serviceman having anything to do with transmission lines, or a subcontractor for that matter" Links Supernatural -

05.26.04

05.30.06 48 Hours Deadly Obsession -Peterson Boat

05.29.03 e mail

05.31.03 KICU TV 36 Night Vision

Comcast Commercial 10.04.05 CBS

   

06.01.04 Opening Statements Scott & Laci Peterson Case

 

06.02.03 News breaks that Homer Maldonado witnessed a strange van driven by "Donny" about the same time he saw Laci in the area. (reference Night Vision) & email - not sure when it was reported to police that a van was spotted and in question.

06.02.04

06.03.04

06.03.04 Environmentally Correct Cemetery Fernwood - Evergreen links Luci Houston - pending

06.03.04 Delta Levee  break at Bacon Island near Stockton - Modesto Area -  Day 3 - Peterson Trial

06.04.04

06.12.04

12.13.04  Jury Reaches Verdict - Rechell Nice  reference Anna Belknap

reference Supernatural

05.13.05 EM - Court Room Artist - water colors  Brenda Duke Baby Faces Etcetera - Friends son Connor is about 10 years old now.

05.25.05

07.12.05 - Knife Found At Petersons Former Home

07.29.05 KGO reports Scott Peterson posts a message on prison inmate website

08.01.05 Tango personals 'Scott" - relevance

  08.19.05 Exploding transformer PG&E

10.21.05 Laci Peterson Life Insurance of $250,000 will be awarded to the Rocha family  - Judge Roger Beauchesne

 

09.18.05 Rocha throws first ball out at baseball game KPIX

 

 

01.15.07 TES peterson jurors newbook - Richell Nice

01.15.07 Shell Oil Refinery Richmond

 

  02.04.07 CM 214 The Big Game  - reference wave - timeline
 

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TV

10.13.05 CSI - NY - Lindsay Monroe - "Van & Fertilizer"

10.14.05 GW "Connor / Gwen"

10.14.05 TH -  "McKenzie AFB"

10.14.05 Numbers - - "Witness for the Prosecution"

10.20.05 WAT Lost Time

10.23.05 They Asked Me Why I Believe in You - Shawn Wallace

05.25.05 Wittiness to the Prosecution CBS Amber Frey

04.27.06 CSI L 621 Rashomama - Lacey - Valerie white

05.02.06 NCIS 322 Jeopardy  - connor

05.03.06 CSI N 222 Stealing Home - white

Spuds MacKenzie - Wikipedia

 

07.02.05 Mr. Frogs Bar Shooting

10.03.05 Apartment Complex Fire Lacy Ln Concord Ca Lionel Thomas

Note: Home Depot 10.29.05

10.03.05 Comcast - Comcastic new commercial

10.07.05 Rogue Buck Kills Dog Named Kermit - Stamped / Gored

   
   

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05.05.05 WAT 321 Off The Tracks

08.25.05 WAT 321 Off The Tracks

   
   

Links

 

05.25.05 Amber Frey Witness For The Prosecution CBS

 

 

 

 

 

 

05.29.03 - email - homer  news break 06.02.03

05.16.05 Shasta & Dyllan Groene Kidnapped 

05.17.05 Frank Groshin Died at age of 72  - CSI

06.03.04_Levee Break Delta Bacon Island Stockton

06.04.04 Man Destroys Several Building with a Bulldozer in Colorado

07.02.05 Shasta Groene Found - Denny's - SNL

07.02.05 Mr. Frog Bar Shooting - SNL

10.15.05 Daniel Horowitz's Wife Pamela Vitale Found Murdered In Their Lafayette Home - Scott Dyleski

10.22.05 Scott Thomas McAlpin Arrested For Body Found In Trunk Of His Car

Terminator 3 - Scott Peterson Scott Mason

Eddie Gwen Araujo

Jessica Lundsferd

 

 

Teague

 

 

Lee Peterson - Lee's Batteries email Homer X ray

William Peterson Rescue at sea "Rescue Me" batman - 6.15.03

elizabeth smart - mitchell

holloway

Bruce VanHooris - walnut creek courts

 

Kirk Mclallister - Huckabay

Earl Foster - Ray Giacomelli (PPD)

McKenzie

Music Papa Roach

Check Leon Berger Data base examples  (Amber of lyons hall - Ambergait Connors Sierra Splash Debafinnus Amber Song - Earl v Naturpark Freya - Mystere Rohas - Arak Gomello

Flower Sagamore Scott Woodman

escort City Boston Escots Laci ?

 

Notes

Batman comics (final issue's)  - Scott Peterson - James Fry - Comic-Con, Wondercon, APE  lee Loughridge - Judge Alfred Deluci

Mitchell

Elizabeth Peterson Texas

Upper Jones ( Shawn Jones (news reporter) Wittiness For the Prosecution CBS

Kevin B

EM - Collin Brenda Peterson (Court Sketch Artist)

laci Logan (adult film) -

Tori Pines

red lions school shooting

StellarKraft - Fisher Nurseries Ripon CA

Peterson Power - Home

Abz & Echo - evergreen

CA recall Gray (Gray - Goes)

Scott - Ortho - Fertilizer & Birth Control

Shin Bone 5.17.05 Frank Groshin Died at age of 72  - CSI

Barbary Ape

Eric Rudolf (Bomber)

Homer Simpson email - lees batteries

Movie

KICU TV 36 - programming Night Vision 5.31.03 - 6.01.03 The Grid Scott Bowman - Jackson - Arrow

Where the truth lies (abortion) (dvd - 9/11/2001) - Rudolf arrested

 

Lockheed Martin - A. Love

Parris Hilton & Paris Latsis

Stellar Inflight -  david peterson (former employee)  Isobel

StellarKraft -

stellarcraft ranma fanfiction

 

 

CSI Miami "Sagamore Hotel" sex party -  Monday - 8.08.05

 

 

Laci Peterson Case Information

Laci Peterson Case Information Who The Friends, Lovers and Associates

 

Rabbit Barringer (Robert Barringer) 52, Narrator and writer of a documentary film, Bum's Paradise, about the Albany Bulb; earned bachelor of arts degree from University of California, Berkeley; falsely speculated to be "Citizen Q"; frequently referred to as "Robert 'Rabbit' Barringer"; web sites: http://www.bumsparadise.com/index.html and http://www.bumsparadise.com/bio.html


Joe Berry Vice President of the California Broadcasters Association; stated in a February 14, 2004, San Mateo County Times article that his organization was "trying very hard" to work out the dispute between San Mateo County and media outlets over the cost of space rental, and was even considering paying $11,639 to the county

 

Ty Phillips (Ty Lyn Phillips) 51, Modesto Bee reporter; through attorney, filed petition with Stanislaus County Superior Court for authorizing inspection of intercepted communications; resident of Sacramento
 

John Kobylt (John Chester Kobylt) 41, "Shock jock" personality with Los Angeles radio station KFI; used bullhorn to badger Scott Peterson and offer him $64,000 to take polygraph; stated, "If Mark Geragos represents you, it means you're guilty"; resident of Beverly Hills; web site: http://www.johnandkenshow.com/
 

Marlene Newell (Marlene A. Newell) 56, Webmaster of www.scottisinnocent.com, a site she started in December 2003 that grew out of the Laci Peterson Murder Mystery discussion forum she began in October 2003; stated, "I have the Web site up because I'm alarmed at how quick and easily the American public can convict someone...of course, our question is if Scott didn't do it, who did?"; first mentioned in media accounts related to the Scott Peterson case when "Citizen Q," one of the posters to an online discussion group, began sending her information about a blue tarp and a well that he proclaimed were related to the case; regarding "Citizen Q," stated, "He could be anything from totally uninvolved to the man who committed the murder himself"; later demanded that "Citizen Q" turn over evidence; watched both days of opening statements live; continued to participate in the courtroom lottery and to attend the trial on a regular basis; resident of Sunnyvale

 

Andrea Peyser Columnist for the New York Post; outspoken critic of Amber Frey for leaving Ayiana Frey overnight to sleep with Scott Peterson on their first date, then later presenting herself as a "role model for young women"; met Amber Frey during a book-signing event for Witness: For the Prosecution of Scott Peterson
 

 

Peter Costiglio 54, Employee of Time Inc.; stated concerning lawsuit filed against People magazine by Saki Vincent: "We intend to litigate it vigorously, but we're not going to go into the specifics of it"; resident of New York City
 

Rita Cosby Senior correspondent for Fox News; host of The Big Story Weekend Edition and Live with Rita Cosby; interviewed Lee Peterson and others close to the Laci Peterson case; on November 27, 2003, broke story about Amber Frey's pregnancy; mentioned in Maureen Orth's book, The Importance of Being Famous: Behind the Scenes of the Celebrity-Industrial Complex, as having discussed the Conner Peterson autopsy report story initially broken by Dan Abrams;

 

Loretta Dillon Author of the web site Observations of a Misfit; author of Stone Cold Guilty: The People v. Scott Lee Peterson; reviewed Inside the Mind of Scott Peterson; also referred to as "Loretta Serrano"; resident of Cleveland, Ohio; web site: http://misfitting.com/; web site with biography:  ---- Gerone SNL Link Pete Ellis

 

Pete Ellis (Peter Ellis) 57, Longview Daily News managing editor; bemoaned the intrusion of outside journalists after the alleged Laci Peterson sighting story broke; resident of Longview, Washington

 

 

Daniel Strone Agent at Trident Media; reviewed Sharon Rocha's 56-page book proposal
 

 

Chip Vaughn KTVU cameraman; according to a March 17, 2004, San Francisco Chronicle article, "took up residence in Modesto" along with Ted Rowlands after the Laci Peterson case became national news

 

Mary Anderson Representative of AT&T Wireless in West Palm Beach, Florida; oversees court orders for AT&T Wireless; testified for the prosecution at Scott Peterson's trial on August 23, 2004, blasting a large hole in their case by conceding under cross-examination that the timeline investigators had built from Scott Peterson's cellular telephone records was all but useless in pinpointing his location

 

Christy Conrad (Christy L. Conrad) Assistant vice president of public relations for Enterprise Rent-A-Car; contacted by Bee staff writer John Coté concerning Scott Peterson's rental vehicles but refused to comment; resident of Arnold, Missouri
 

 

 

Josh Evans 43, Founder of Leland's; in June 2005, offered at auction one of Scott Peterson's Tradecorp business cards, which featured a note from the convicted murderer; in a June 16, 2005, Newsday article, explained that articles must have historical value: "If we think it's morbid and it's just for exploitation, we're not interested"; demonstrated his taste by pointing out he once passed on a chance to sell an album that John Lennon signed for Mark Chapman
 

 

 

Mark Hendrickson Spokesperson for Pacific Gas and Electric; interviewed by Bee staff writer John Coté concerning a worker, identifying himself as a PG&E subcontractor, who La Loma residents speculate was involved in placing surveillance devices on a pole across from Scott and Laci Peterson's home; stated that PG&E subcontractors do only natural gas work and are local businesses: "There is not a plausible reason we would have a gas serviceman having anything to do with transmission lines, or a subcontractor for that matter"
Jack Hirsch Real estate broker with Realty World, Hirsch and Associates; on November 18, 2004, confirmed that Mark Geragos was selling the office building he had purchased during Scott Peterson's trial; predicted that the media attention the property received would have "no bearing at all" on its resale value; in a March 22, 2005, Modesto Bee article, confirmed that the property was no longer for sale but refused to elaborate
Craig Lewis Majority owner of Prudential California Realty; contacted by the Modesto Bee regarding the reported firing of Gerry Roberts, but refused to comment

 

Sam Newnam (Samuel Newnam) Owner of The Pawn Shop; contacted by reporters on June 17, 2004, after Mark Geragos produced a pawn ticket from the store for a Croton watch that supposedly resembled one owned by Laci Peterson; declined to comment concerning the pawn ticket, citing federal privacy laws; said that he was contacted by Gary Ermoian, but did not provide information to him, saying that purchase orders were turned over to the Modesto Police Department; said that he was contacted by Scott Bernstein, who was wearing a leather holder with a metal star badge reading "New York Fugitive Task Force," a meeting that later resulted in Bernstein being charged with impersonating a peace officer; on April 29, 2005, testified against Bernstein at his preliminary hearing, saying he was interested in the Croton watch: "He stated that he was out from New York and working on a national sting operation"; following the conviction of Scott Peterson, stated, "It kind of put my faith back into the American justice system"
 

Laura Rogers (Laura Ann Rogers) 40, Manager of The UPS Store, formerly Mail Boxes Etc., where Scott Peterson rented a private mailbox on December 23, 2002—a fact that became public on July 30, 2003; stated that federal law prevented her from confirming whether or not he had rented a box; resident of Oakdale
 

Jason Tardiff Employee of Enterprise Rent-A-Car in Modesto; testified at Scott Peterson's trial on August 30, 2004
Donald Toy Representative of EchoStar (Dish Network); testified at Scott Peterson's trial on August 3, 2004
Daniel White Representative of AT&T Wireless in South San Francisco; testified at Scott Peterson's trial on August 24, 2004
Philip Williams Mother's Work national loss prevention manager; testified at Scott Peterson's trial on June 14, 2004; presented at trial receipts dating from August 2002 showing what Laci Peterson had bought at the Modesto Motherhood Maternity store, and identified a series of photographs he had originally sent to the Modesto Police Department, showing photographs of those items; contacted by Det. Phil Owen to provide a photograph of the type of pants found on the body of Laci Peterson

 

 

Stephanie Cogdill (Stephanie A. Cogdill) 52, Retired account clerk in the Sylvan Union School District; wife of Dave Cogdill, Republican state assemblyman from District 25; urged him to introduce legislation prohibiting persons from obtaining insurance polices of more than $50,000 on their spouses without spousal consent, a bill for which he later suffered criticism when it was revealed that he relied on false rumors and inside information about the Laci Peterson case; resident of Modesto
 

Ana Cortez Newsroom clerk for the Modesto Bee; stated that she was asked, in violation of ethics, to complete a survey on the Scott Peterson case by a friend who was taking Stephen Schoenthaler's criminal justice class
 

Steve Critzer Husband of Birgit Fladager
 

Tom Eakin (Tom R. Eakin) 53, Person who was called by Karen Servas at 10:37 a.m. on December 24, 2002—a call that helped her establish the time she returned McKenzie to Scott and Laci Peterson's back yard; resident of Modesto
 

Matt Fortson (Marion Walker Fortson Jr.) Childhood friend of Paul Wieber, who recognized Scott and Laci Peterson's home at 523 Covena Avenue as the home of the Fortson family until they sold it in 1989; died September 5, 2004, in Greenboro, Georgia, after having lived most of his life in Modesto
 

Donald Gagnon 45; Husband of Penny Gagnon, a woman who claimed in a National Enquirer article that, in October 2002, she met Scott Peterson in a Death Valley bar, where he discussed murdering his wife; supported the contentions of Penny Gagnon; resident of La Crescenta
 

 

Steve Gould Son of Vivian Mitchell; confirmed to the Modesto Bee that his mother died on February 4, 2004, but refused to disclose whether or not she had made a statement under oath concerning the Laci Peterson case
 

 

Barbara Marino Wife of Tom Marino, with whom she raised three children; jokingly stated that her husband "ruined" her weekend by being a holdout against the death sentence, causing jurors in the Scott Peterson case to be sequestered two more days; sometimes met her husband for lunch during Scott Peterson's trial; said she had trouble firing up a wood-burning stove during her husband's sequestration; told a reporter that she has a cousin who lives in Modesto and that, "We feel for Laci and the Rochas"; argued that the Scott Peterson trial should have been televised: "It's the People v. Scott Peterson, right? The people have a right to see it"; resident of San Carlos

 

 

 

Richie Roldan (Ricardo Roldan) Death-row inmate at San Quentin State Prison; sent to prison in 1992 for killing a security guard during a botched robbery in Los Angeles; in a March 20, 2005, New York Post article, predicted that Scott Peterson may end up paying extortion money to fellow inmates and would be at the lowest rung in the prison for having murdered a child: "As for killing his wife, that's his business, but for killing that child—well, he gots to suffer for that"; stated that prisoners had it easy compared to others in the world who were homeless and starving, and loved ones on the outside who were concerned for them: "Prison ain't nothing...I'm sitting on death row living better than half the world, if not more"; insisted he was a "warrior" and wanted no sympathy for his incarceration: "Cry for hungry children, AIDS in Africa, tsunami victims, dead immigrants in the Mexican desert, but not for no grown man"
 

 

Adam Tenbrink (Adam D. Tenbrink) Brother of Shawn Tenbrink; friend of Steven Todd; reportedly asked by Todd to participate in a burglary in the La Loma neighborhood, but declined; mentioned in the March 14, 2005, defense motion for a new trial after attorneys discovered that he told his brother that Steven Todd admitted being interrupted by Laci Peterson while burglarizing a home in the La Loma neighborhood; referred to in defense motion as "AT"; resident of Modesto
 

Donald Toy Representative of EchoStar (Dish Network); testified at Scott Peterson's trial on August 3, 2004

 

Donald Gagnon 45; Husband of Penny Gagnon, a woman who claimed in a National Enquirer article that, in October 2002, she met Scott Peterson in a Death Valley bar, where he discussed murdering his wife; supported the contentions of Penny Gagnon; resident of La Crescenta

 

Steve King Friend of Chris Van Sandt who called him to see if he remembered seeing a pregnant woman in Dry Creek Regional Park when the two went bicycle riding on December 24, 2002

 

Lisa Krueger Patty Amador's sister; observed Scott Peterson at the December 31, 2002, vigil, later contacting the Modesto Police Department concerning his behavior there; testified at Scott Peterson's trial on August 3, 2004

 

Denise Smart 55, Mother of homicide victim Kristin Smart; asked that Scott Peterson be investigated regarding the death of her daughter after finding out that he was on a list of people in the case file: "I need to know why he was on that list—what connection he had with my daughter

 

Randy McGee 45, 40-year veteran of San Francisco Bay fishing; showed skepticism that anyone would fish San Francisco Bay in a 14-foot boat; stated he spoke to Scott Peterson at December 31, 2002, vigil, offering to take him sturgeon fishing after the Laci Peterson case "blows over," an invitation to which Scott Peterson replied, 'That would be cool"; resident of Modesto

 

Renee Baca (Renee Sally Baca) 32, Suspect charged with conspiracy and unauthorized credit card use for using stolen credit cards to pay for a hotel room while pretending to be related to Laci Peterson; pled no contest on October 30, 2003, and sentenced to jail time and 3 years of felony probation

 

Kim Brown (Kimberly Sue Brown) 33, Suspect charged with conspiracy and unauthorized credit card use for using stolen credit cards to pay for a hotel room while pretending to be related to Laci Peterson; pled guilty on November 4, 2003, and sentenced to 3 years in prison; resident of Modesto

 

 

Evelyn Taberna Sarah Taberna's mother; approached by Scott Bernstein, who was looking for Sarah Taberna; on April 29, 2005, testified against Bernstein at his preliminary hearing, stating that she gave him her daughter's cellular telephone number and work address after he claimed to be with law enforcement: "He said he was a detective, and I think he said Modesto PD, but I'm not sure—it was either Modesto PD, Modesto police department or MPD"

 

Jesse Hernandez (Jesus Cianez Hernandez) Convict transferred in 2003 to Stanislaus County Jail from San Quentin's death row after he won an appeal of his sentence for the 1998 murder of a prostitute; stated that he was questioned by Scott Peterson about what life would be like in San Quentin

 

Shawn Tenbrink Brother of Adam Tenbrink; mentioned in the March 14, 2005, defense motion for a new trial after attorneys discovered that he reportedly heard from his brother that Steven Todd admitted being interrupted by Laci Peterson while burglarizing a home in the La Loma neighborhood; referred to in defense motion as "ST"; resident of California Rehabilitation Center in Norco


Steven Todd (Steven Wayne Todd) 35, Suspect arrested January 2, 2003, and charged, along with Glen Pearce, with burglary of Rudy and Susan Medina's home; cleared by Modesto Police Department of involvement with Laci Peterson's disappearance; originally thought to be connected to "suspicious" van in area but later determined to be riding in a Chevrolet Corsica sedan driven by Pearce; pleaded guilty to one burglary count in February 2003; sentenced to 8 years and 8 months in prison for that charge and two other burglary counts from a separate incident (according to Laci: Inside the Laci Peterson Murder, sentenced to 16 months in prison); sentenced to Deuel Vocational Institution; called a "necessary and material witness" in a court filing by Scott Peterson's prosecutors on January 5, 2003, and subsequently transferred to Redwood City for several weeks, according to his sister; according to March 14, 2005, defense motion, admitted that he was interrupted by Laci Peterson while burglarizing a home in the La Loma neighborhood; described as 6'1" and white with fair skin; erroneously referred to by Mark Geragos as "Stephen Todd"; also referred to as "Steve Todd"

 

 

Samuel Torres 40, Suspect charged with conspiracy and unauthorized credit card use for using stolen credit cards to pay for a hotel room while pretending to be related to Laci Peterson; pled guilty on November 4, 2003, and sentenced to jail time and 3 years of felony probation; resident of Modesto


Art Walters Former inmate at San Quentin State Prison; served four years for possession of methamphetamines; featured in a March 31, 2005, National Enquirer article in which he announced that there was a plot among inmates to kill Scott Peterson
 

Chris Young 29, Former inmate at Modesto County Jail while awaiting trial on multiple felony charges stemming from a high-speed chase; later relocated to Public Safety Center west of Ceres; former jail trusty (an inmate who can be trusted for special work details) who served meals for a short time to Scott Peterson and spoke with him; stated that he once received a Nestlé Crunch from Scott Peterson; claimed that Scott Peterson spent his time watching television, playing chess and reading stacks of letters from female admirers—at least one of whom was a convicted murderer; stated that he believed Scott Peterson to be innocent and that he loved Laci Peterson; featured in a June 15, 2003, article in the Modesto Bee, which stated that he suffers from "auditory hallucinations," or imaginary voices, brought on by years of drug use; former resident of Oakdale

McKenzie 8, Scott and Laci Peterson's male golden retriever (according to some sources, a "golden retriever mix"); taken to live with one of Scott Peterson's siblings in the San Diego area after his arrest; subject of search warrant allowing hairs to be plucked as evidence; according to testimony in the preliminary hearing, claimed by Scott Peterson to be his dog when he was single; according to Amie Krigbaum's preliminary hearing testimony, a usually quiet dog: "McKenzie didn't really bark a lot"; barked incessantly during a 45-minute video of investigators' December 26, 2002, search of Scott and Laci Peterson's home; called "beautiful" and "high-spirited" in The Murder of Laci Peterson; referred to as "MacKenzie" and called a "retriever-like mix" in the May 12, 2003, issue of People magazine; also referred to as "MacKenzie" in November 24, 2003, issue of In Touch Weekly; in trial transcripts, frequently referred to as "McKenzi" and spoken of erroneously as a female
 

Dakota Pit bull that accompanied human companion Kris Crawford in early searches for Laci Peterson
 

Merlin 4, Human scent-trailing purebred male bloodhound that accompanied human companion Cindee Valentin in early searches for Laci Peterson; certified by the California Rescue Dog Association in completing a 48-hour-old trail; according to court documents, demonstrated ability to run trails up to 14 days old; according to February 24, 2004, testimony by Cindee Valentin, followed Laci Peterson's scent in a zigzag pattern down the middle of the road, indicating to Valentin that Laci Peterson had left her home in a vehicle; trained for vehicle trailing three times in roughly 300 training runs
 

 

Twist 9, Female Labrador cadaver dog that accompanied Eloise Anderson in early searches for Laci Peterson; photographed for the Modesto Bee; according to court documents filed by the defense team, placed into Scott Peterson's boat on December 27, 2002, but did not alert; according to court documents filed by the prosecution, showed interest in the boat and in containers under a small workbench; according to report filed by Eloise Anderson concerning search efforts of December 27, 2002, showed "mild interest" in a duffle bag in Conner Peterson's nursery closet, alerted in Scott and Laci Peterson's family room but could not isolate a specific area and, when taken to a shed in their back yard, "crawled over a blue tarp on the lawn mower and alerted"
 

 

 

Sage Dog that awakened Amie Krigbaum the morning of December 24, 2002
Jack Kim Westphal's golden retriever; testified about by her at Scott Peterson's trial on September 9, 2004
Bubba Lori Krestian's dog, with her when she discovered bones she believed could be related to the Laci Peterson case
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 
 
 
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