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"ruben flores" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Thursday, September night Teddy Bear Day. Teddy Bear day. You hate teddy bears, and I just it's there are appropriate at certain times, which is usually below the age of six. You have very specific rules about things like Teddy bears. Socks on men shorts on men. I've said to my son, by the way about teddy bears. I've given him my warning if you because he's 21 is almost 22 years old. If you're dating a woman Who has stuffed animals run. Hey, crazy can be the other way. Some guys like crazy. With stuffed animals watching, you know. Mm. Watching you. Well, I don't know what they're doing Things she likes, like, lines them up to watch the sexy times. You've seen toy story? Uh Hey, there was this story. This is a local one. Craig Batiste is, uh, went by the nickname Big former gang member. Turn Peacekeeper down in the neighbors South L. A shot and killed yesterday. He's 54 years old. He was the subject of a Wall Street Journal article a few years ago. About how l. A and other cities have brought down their homicide rates with the help of these gang intervention workers and he was one of them. Um Craig Batiste. Frank Williams was a friend. He was a former principal at a school where Batiste was providing gang intervention services and Frank Williams said of Craig Batiste. We called him the mayor of the one hundred's. Can't tell you how many lives he helped us save, he said. But he was shot and killed outside near his house early yesterday morning. Former Theranos CEO and founder, Elizabeth Holmes arrived at her fraud trial for opening statements. She was flanked, they say, by family members, including her partner, Billy Evans, her mom and Billy's father. There were three women with blonde hair in the galley, who mimicked homes his signature style by wearing all black Was this an homage to her? Or was this a mocking of her? It's not clear because one article I saw said that the three of them, then sat next to homes family. Which must be an homage, maybe like that's how they show support like we've talked about. Wearing purple at the Kristin Smart trial is a show of support for her because it was her favorite color. NBC described them as girl boss fans dressed in the black sweaters and sporting the wispy bun. I That's who ridiculous, Ari again. Who are you? If my son is listening? Yeah, They've got stuffed animals, buddy, and they line them up to watch. Do not do not Date a woman who is going to dress like Elizabeth Holmes with two of her closest besties and actually go to the trial in order to pay hommage to Elizabeth Holmes. Prosecutors called her a liar and a cheat right out of the gate. Her attorneys argued that the company's failure was not a crime. Robert Leach is the assistant U S attorney and he was the one who laid out the case that their nose ran out of cash in 2000 and nine and knowingly Misled investors to keep the company afloat, he said. Out of time out of money, Elizabeth Holmes decided to lie. Makes perfect sense to me, he said. She owned it. She controlled it. The buck stopped with her. And as you'll hear from insiders she was not an absentee CEO. She was there all the time. She sweated the details. She was in charge. They're trying to preemptively defend themselves against what her lawyers will argue. Which was she was just this shrinking violet, and she was Just acting at the behest of sunny ball. Wani. Yes, In fact, her attorney showed up and in in his arguments He said. Elizabeth Holmes made mistakes but mistakes are not crimes. He also said a failed business does not make a CEO a criminal. Miss Holmes did not go to work every day, intending to lie, cheat and steal, in fact, that she walked away with nothing. But failure is not a crime trying your hardest and coming up short is not a crime, and he's absolutely correct. The problem is he's not She's accused of just lying outright to these investors knowing full well that she was lying to them, and that failure was around the corner. This was a five hour hearing. She were a gray skirt suit with a cream colored blouse and a light blue face mask. I love that that's important. I mean, it is different than her black turtleneck, right? Especially considering these, you know, morons that showed up dressed like her to sit in the gallery and watch just like they do with male defendants putting eyeglasses on them and putting them in a suit and tie with women defendants. They always try to soften them up. Make them look more like a woman less like a guy that would be capable of crimes. I'm not surprised The baby wasn't there. I mean, the baby's went two months older, three months old, the one that she had with Billy. Um, What's the name Billy Evans. But I wouldn't be surprised if somehow the defense attorneys find a way to mention the baby over and over and over again remind the jury that this is she's just a young mother just trying to scrape by, right. I wanted to give you an update also on a court case that we have been watching up in ST Louis Obispo, and this is the preliminary hearing. For Paul and Ruben Flores. They're the ones Paul is the one accused of raping and killing Kristin Smart back in 1996 in the campus residence hall there at Cal Poly and then Reuben. His dad is accused of helping Paul dispose of the body hide the body, etcetera. There was there was a question about whether or not The guy who did the podcast was going to be called to testify. Chris Lambert. We talked to him on the show here before did a podcast called your own backyard that explores the entire Kristin Smart case. He's talked to everyone involved with this thing just about. He was initially called to testify by the defense team. The man accused of murdering smart for Paul Flores, his defense team..
"ruben flores" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Has become the first female governor of New York, taking over that administration criticized for an action during Cuomo's final months in office. Took the oath just after midnight, former lieutenant governor promised a fresh collaborative approach. We got another guilty plea in the varsity Blues scandal chief executive officer at a liquor distribution company has agreed to plead guilty less than a month before she was scheduled to go to trial. Marcy Palette Tele will be the 33rd parent to admit to charges in the case that revealed a scheme in which these wealthy parents were paying big money, big cash to get their kids into the top schools around the country. Her plea deal with prosecutors Will have her serve six weeks in prison finger quotes and pay a $250,000 fine the country waiting on President Biden to speak about Afghanistan. He was supposed to have remarks this morning. Nine a.m. our time. There are several reports out there that he is sticking with that August 31st deadline for withdrawing troops. This is a strange story. Sexual assault charges filed against the 19 year old UCSB student that part of it's not strange. It's strange that they say that this may be larger than just the three victims. But they originally came forward at a God. He Is part This is the is the guy that they are investigating. It's not just the school. It is the local police department as well. And, yeah, they didn't really talk about why they believe that there are more victims. But That they do believe there are and that they need to come forward or, you know if they feel comfortable to come forward, he apparently is a second year. Pre biology major booked into county jail currently out on bail, though he has been restricted from actually setting foot on campus and has been temporarily suspended, according to the school. He was arrested on two counts each forcible rape, forcible sexual penetration by foreign object, forcible oral copulation and charged with single council falls in prison by violence and misdemeanor battery. Um, three assaults, they said. I should say the assaults involved at least these three victims and occurred sometime between October of last year. In June of this year. The charges were announced on Friday worked with, of course, the campus Police Department to investigate these complaints. Uh, It is a They didn't say what they believe. Or they didn't say. What prompted them to say They believe that there were other victims. Um, but they suggest, according to the D, a s office. That survivors of sexual assault and abuse are often reluctant to come forward for a variety of reasons. And with that in mind, we have many resources available through the victim Witness assistance Division, where advocates will Endeavour to ensure that the needs of survivors are not overshadowed by the focus on the investigation or the prosecution of the accused. Checking in on the preliminary hearing for Paul and Ruben Flores. It looks like yesterday kicked off. It's the fourth week of testimony. They're retired San Louis County deputy Sheriff Henry Stewart took the stand. For Paul and Ruben Flores for the hearing for Paul and Ruben Flores. Of course, the two are charged in connection with that disappearance of Kristin Smart from 1996. Now this deputy testified about an interview he conducted in July of 1996. With a girl by the name of Jannah, a friend of Christians, roommate Crystal. Janna reportedly stayed in Crystal and Kristen's room the night that Kristin Smart disappeared. He testified that Janet told him she was alone in the room until an acquaintance named Ted showed up and stayed with her until about nine or 10. And then during cross examination, he did testify that he did not get involved into the case until about a month after Christian's disappearance, and that's really the problem. With that story, isn't it? Right? You know what you saw at U. C S B with the school Police department, making sure that they roped in the city Police Department and the D A s office and all that. San Luis back in 1996. They just kind of kept it in house for a long time, you know, And you know, with crime that like the longer you keep the details in the dark, the fog year those details become when you try to bring them out into the light. Yeah, That's 25 years ago. You're talking about trying to remember all of the specific details of something like that. And it would be different. It would be different if I were to ask you. Where were you? Memorial Day Weekend. 1996. Because There was nothing particularly memorable about that moment about that time. If something had happened to a friend of yours or an acquaintance of yours, some of what happened would be seared into your memory of that. You know what's crazy as I think about this all the time. I think about this so much. I'll just be driving along and thinking about what is it you did today? Like what? Who did you encounter? Who did you talk to? Because so much happens that I don't even pay attention to And especially Now everyone's on their smartphones and not focusing on day to day stuff as much. You know if I got called to the stand if I got called by detectives in a week, and they said, what did last Tuesday look like for you? I'd be like I went to work, and then I went home. And they'd say, Well, Mark, Let's go back. What did you do that Tuesday morning? Uh, I took a shower. You remember what you were wearing last Tuesday? I mean, you know what I mean? I don't remember what I was wearing yesterday, let alone last Tuesday. I don't know how people are able to recall specific details the way they testify to its just blows my mind you're wearing the 40 Niners shirt yesterday. Was wearing the 40 Niners shirt answering. Thank you. You know what I will have you in with my, uh, the only reason I know that detectives room I bought that for you. It was your birthday present. Yes. Um, yeah. I don't think that works out where I am in the interview with, like he remembers more than I do. Can I? Bremer witnesses that $9 salad on that day? Oh, that's right. That's right. Yeah, but that that is an interesting thing, And we've talked before about the unreliability of our Stupid meat Computer up here, right. Eyewitness testimony is Regularly. Wrong. Yeah. You create new memories. You put things in your head that you think you saw, but you didn't see you combine multiple times together multiple memories in the same space head for some, like if somebody asked me who did I see on the street walking down the street this morning? Could you pick him out of the lineup? No. Remember seeing a woman in her dog. But in my monkey brain, all that I realized as it was a woman and a dog, I don't know what kind of dog I don't know what the woman looked like If she was blonde or brunette, because you know what? I've seen a woman in a dog walk down my street countless times. They all look different. What if it's one person and one dog? They just keep repeatedly go by your house and you never pay attention to them. All they're asking for..
"ruben flores" Discussed on KGO 810
"On June 15th. The county says it's a result of quickly rising covid case numbers here. Daily cases have risen 261% in two weeks. Masks will again be required indoors like stone, ABC News for K G 08 10. In addition, today, Sacramento and YOLO counties have issued advisories recommending that people wear masks in public indoor places, regardless of their vaccination status. And this, as they say, is due to the highly transmittable transmissible Delta variant have new information from court documents today in the case of Kristin Smart she's been missing since 1996 and presumed dead. The search of the home of the parents of Paul Flores, the man now charged with her murder, apparently uncovered traces of human blood in a patch of disturbed soil under the House. The homeowner Ruben Flores is accused of helping his son Paul, with concealing the body of the Cal Poly student. Court records also show a longtime tenant at that property. Told investigators that Flores kept the area padlocked and would not let a plumber access it as ride. Hailing companies continued to recover from the pandemic and lure in more riders lift is bringing back a money saver. KGO attends Mark Niet Mark Nieto San Francisco based lift has announced they are bringing back right sharing for the first time since the pandemic began. The cheaper option could attract more price conscious customers as ride hailing companies are still in recovery mode. Starting Monday, customers in Philadelphia, Chicago and Denver can book multi passenger rides with these rules. Masks are required. Only two riders allowed. The front and middle seats must remain empty and no eating or drinking. Lift says they plan to expand right sharing to other markets in the coming months. Mark Nieto, kgo 8 10. And this report sponsored by the downtown Los Altos Beer stroll, sample some of the Bay Area's best craft beers. Friday, July 23rd from 6 to 9 P.m. sip, stroll and enjoy live music through beautiful downtown Los Altos tickets and more information at downtown los altos dot org. We're going back to the South Bay for an update on your traffic. Heather's report sponsored by Juniper Networks, is it changing? CHP issuing a traffic advisory for Silicon Valley from the Children Auto body Traffic desk. It is an accident with several vehicles and one of them burst into flame. The two left lanes are blocked. Southbound 85 south of 87 traffic absolutely packed from Union Avenue and likely to get worse before it gets better, leaving the South Bay getting first word of an accident on the snow grade north 6 80. At Washington with multiple lanes blocked traffic backing up behind it, but well, it was heavy beyond it, nor found from that point all the way up to Stoneridge injury. Rex still there, South 8 80 off to a in the middle of slow traffic from 2 38 all the way down to auto mall got injury crashes for the anti act for area. Yeah, One of South found 1 60 before the anti AC Bridge and others east for east of Laundry Way in Brentwood, with traffic backing up through an niac. Almost all the way to Hillcrest out of San Francisco still really jammed from before Cesar Chavez to Treasure Island, Crossing the Bay Bridge companies from eight zoom run on juniper networks with the ability to handle all that video traffic.
"ruben flores" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Johnny Dagestani. An analysis by the Sacramento Bee found the region's restaurants suffered the most during the worst of the pandemic. And continue to struggle now with labour shortages, Movie theaters, gyms, and some retailers also saw significant declines with weak recovery numbers still affecting those businesses. However, there were some sectors that saw no job losses like the state government construction and, of course, Amazon. Experts also note that overall unemployment numbers have improved from a 14% high in May 2020 to 6.2% in June 2021. Johnny de Agostini was 93.1 kfbk. A preliminary hearing for two men accused in the 1996 disappearance of Cal Poly freshman Kristin Smart will move forward next month. Paul and Ruben Flores, their father and son, co defendants were in court Monday for pre preliminary hearing in which the parties discussed scheduling a 12 Day preliminary hearing that will start July. 6th Paul Flores was the last person seen with the then 19 year old smart before her disappearance in 1996. Her body has never been found, although investigators believed that it was buried at Ruben Flores Arroyo Grande home and has recently been moved. That's according to court documents. The hearing will not be livestreamed and media coverage will be limited. This morning at nine a.m. smud and regional trends that are breaking ground on what will be one of the largest fast charging electric vehicle charging hubs in the West. The high speed charging hub will be at the RT station at power in Road and Folsom Boulevard. It will eventually have space and power to charge 80 electric And going international with the news this morning. The Australian government is fighting back against a U. N proposal to classify the Great Barrier Reef as in danger. KFBK is Rory o Neill. Reports. UNESCO the UN's Educational, Scientific and cultural Organization says with its deteriorating condition, coral bleaching and climate change. Australia's Great Barrier reef should be added to a list of world heritage sites considered in danger. Australia's environmental minister, responding saying the move By UNESCO is political as the country resisted a pledge to reach net zero. Emissions by 2050. Australia contends it spent billions in reef protection. UNESCO will meet on the matter next month. Rory O Neill news 93.1 KFBK. All right, let's get you caught up now on all of this hour's top national stories on news 93.1 kfbk The Senate is taking up for the People Act today, but Republicans are expected to block it. ABC News Political director Rick Klein says it needs 60 yays. The reason that it can't pass is because of the Senate filibuster. Even if all the Democrats stay together, That's not going to be enough, and the reason Democrats are holding this is to showcase that fact and hope to pressure their own members to change the Senate rules now. Couple of Senate Democrats have ruled that out, but they're hoping that the pressure builds after today's vote. The Senate Judiciary Committee examining federal sentencing disparities between crack and powder, cocaine, people of color are likely to receive tougher sentences related to crack cocaine. The CDC says. 80% of Americans 65 up have gotten at least one covid 19 shot, but only 38% of 18 to 29 year olds are vaccinated. That is the Delta variant is spreading across the US in New York. It's primary day. It's rates for the mayor. It's a ranked choice system where candidates are looking to get 50% of the vote. I'm Michelle Franzen. ABC news. Okay, coming up in news from your neighborhood. We're going to be talking about a new axe throwing facility that's coming to Dixon. So Albert will be along with that. I have always wanted to go to one of those. I got to get to one. They look like fun. Okay, well, there's one coming soon do a lot of other little bit of local news that you actually will be at this meeting today. Is concerning that new smud power station that's going in. Yeah. So I'm going to put on my other hat now. Okay, do that I'm a member of the SMUD board of directors. Um And so today we're kind of breaking ground and celebrating this new electric vehicle charging station that's being installed at a regional transit light rail station. This is that the power in Road and Folsom Boulevard area, So it's in a disadvantaged community. It's right on the road to and from Tahoe, so a lot of folks who will have access to it right off the highway. 50. Eventually they're going to have 80 charging stations for electric vehicles. They're fast charger. So you know, relatively quick charging, um, to to get your back on the road fairly quickly. Okay, this fast charging stations, those the ones that a lot of people those the ones people want, because you don't have to sit there for so long right there. I mean, depending on the car and and some of the other technical aspects You can. You can get a pretty good charge in about 15 20 minutes, So that's as opposed to several hours soon. 80 more slots to get that done. It's going to take a couple of years to get the full build out to 80. But there's going to be several starting there now. And as electric vehicles become more prevalent in California, we need more charging stations and these are going to be right in the right place. Okay, Right. All right. We'll be right back with.
"ruben flores" Discussed on KCRW
"Up in this quiet rural area along the central coast, or 25. Years ago, a young woman disappeared. Kristin Smart was last seen walking back to her dorm room at Cal Poly after a party. The last person to see her was a fellow student named Paul Flores. Now, a case that went cold for decades has taken a turn. I'm here this afternoon to announce the rest of Paul Flores. For the murder of Kristin Smart. And the rest of his father, Ruben Flores as an accessory to the murder. Paul Flores is now 44 years old. He was arrested at his home in San Pedro back in April, and he's charged with killing smart during an attempted rape. The charge is an upcoming trial of sent shock waves of emotions through San Luis Obispo County Relief yes, and also an unspooling of collective trauma and grief, especially for the women who grew up there. KCRW's Catherine Barnes spoke with some of them. Jasmine Armstrong didn't know Kristin Smart, but she remembers when smart disappeared. She was just a year younger, high school senior And I was getting ready to graduate. It was Memorial Day weekend of 1996. And then right. After that, they reported that she was missing. Armstrong went to Arroyo Grande High School where Paul Flores went. She remembers him being inappropriate with girls during gym class, and he stalked a couple of her friends. She tries to explain what she and other women are feeling right now, with mothers who have daughters or her have Children. There's this outrage at what happened to Kristen and with, you know women who Have had issues of, you know, sexual violence, um, sexual harassment, rape. It brings up a lot of trauma. That's how she is feeling. One night when she was at college in L. A. A male neighbor tried to sneak through the window of her apartment. I could hear him going around the house trying to get in. I had to call the cops. And they said, Well, we're coming as fast as we can. But it was terrifying. And I I finally called one of my friends and she's like I'm driving right now. I'm coming to you. And when she got there, she honked her horn flashed her lights and ran up and was banging on my door. And she said, When I drove up, he was in front of your sliding glass door with a brick in his hand. And ever Since that incident happened, I have dealt with generalized anxiety disorder. What's happening has brought a lot of those memories back up. Amanda Cochran is a little younger. She was a kid growing up in San Luis Obispo. When Kristin Smart disappeared. The arrests are triggering her own traumatic experiences like Armstrong, but they are making her reflect on her childhood. She remembers walking to elementary school on her own in the early 19 nineties. Into the swimming pool with her friends in the summer. Then that all changed when one after another local college.
"ruben flores" Discussed on The Bone 102.5
"Did you do to you? You looked up teams, will you please shut that off for Christ's sake up wine? Sounds like you've got a meeting. True. I'm getting legitimately picked off stuff. Okay? No more. Shut it down. Yes, I did. I looked up Microsoft teams calling sound effects. The fact that you knew that's what they were trying to reach me on. I'll give you credit for that. I mean, the fact that you dug deep to make it legitimate to the app in which they were trying to contact me on. There's something underneath there. That should be admired. Just not by me. Not yet later you. No, no, no, no, no, I won't. Well, you've made a fool of me here today. Reigning M V P. Aaron Rodgers is coming directly from Adam Schefter raining EVP. Aaron Rodgers is so disgruntled with the Green Bay Packers. He is telling some within the organization that he does not want to return to the team league, and team sources are telling ESPN Rumblings are a trade could take place this weekend. I saw somebody tweet. Aaron Rodgers doesn't get along with his own mother and the Green Bay Packers think they're going to win in a showdown with him. That's true. He's estranged from his family, right? Yeah, Yeah, he hates his family. That's an interesting dynamic. He is. I don't know what his deal is. As a person, I would think you know he is hard to deal with in general, so I don't I know he's a good football player. He is the reigning N v P actually, but when does it as a team? Do you just say Hey, it might be nice to have a guy that's a little easier to deal with the rather than Aaron Rodgers know you want to win like you want one of the best quarterbacks ever to play the game, And that's Aaron Rodgers. What's the gap? Well between like Aaron Rodgers and somebody else? Well, yeah, huge. But where does that Where does being a dick and being miserable? How much does that bring down your greatness? That's a great question somewhere. Somewhere in the middle, maybe great football player. Maybe not a great person is a good leader. I don't know. So this next story. I've been waiting to tell you this privately. But not all Now I'll tell you right here on the air. So I've been listening to this podcast your own backyard and it digs in. That was accidental. That was a commercial on my Spotify. That was not an email sound. Just so you know that That was that was a commercial for live nation. Take it. Not intentional just to let you know unintentional. My own backyard. Kristin Smart. Your own backyard. Whatever your own backyard was the name of the podcast. Kristen Smart, right. I've been listening to this podcast about your own backyard and seeing blurbs about Kristen Smart in the news. If you haven't listen to the podcast you like crime podcast. I put it in the upper upper echelon. But here's Here's the interesting thing. The first piece of news, you know, sometimes these podcasts can help crack the case. This takes that idea. To a new level. So they've been looking at the same guy for decades. She went missing in 1996 the last person to see her was this guy named Paul Flores. They have been trying to put a case together against this guy since 1996. So this guy in 2019 starts a podcast. Your own backyard goes completely viral. It stresses the family out so much that Dave, they believe the family helped him. Cover it up. The podcast gets so much notoriety and gets the family so stressed out. They start communicating with each other. Via text via email and all sorts of other electronic devices. About the podcast and what really happened regarding the disposal of this girl's body and everything that went down so the discussions about the podcast led to the arrest of Paul Flores and his father, Ruben Flores, So they got arrested. All based around this this podcast which is absolutely insane. That's a lot to unpack. So he did the podcast about how the floor as is killed her and hid the body. Yes, And I mean, there it is. It is so unbelievable how they could not get a case against this guy. He was legitimately. And listen to the pockets and I want to spoil it all, but I kind of will. She was wasted and there was a group of people who passed her off to this Paul Flora's guy and said, Can you get her home? He says. I'll get her home. Well, everybody that ever knew this guy in his life knew he was the creepiest son of a bitch you've ever met and should never be left alone with a woman and she never made it home and was never seen after that night. Missing persons report didn't get filed for five days. All this crazy stuff so, yes, and his dad the way it seems, helped his son dispose of the body. So once this podcast gets released their freaking out the mom, the dad and the sister, all communicating saying, what the hell's going on with this podcast? They're going to catch us yada, yada yada. They then for the first time. Since 96 do get warrants for all of their houses get all of their electronic devices. And that was what eventually led to the arrest of Paul Flores and his father, who's now 80 years old. They were less they arrested an 80 year old man. So this isn't just a podcast like helping find justice. This is actually a podcast being used as an unintentional tool to get out the murderer that you know sometimes. These podcasts could just drum up interest, which lead to people talking, which lead to some break in the case. This was one step further than that, because it was actually the podcast being discussed. A month's the family that led to them finally being caught after all of these years, But there's even more now. Paul Flores, The California man charged earlier this month in connection to the 1996 disappearance of Kristen Spark was accused of sexually assaulting several women in the years after and because of the DNI to that they now have from because he's in jail. He's being connected to another rape in 2007. It's a lot it really is. And you know, we're listening to the case right now. And you listen to the most recent episode. I have a feeling that him pushing the local law enforcement in that kitchen that you know, podcast could very well get new. Uh, New results as well. It's it's wild to think that these crime podcast time and time again, not in this unique of away are actually helping. Solve the crimes. Do you think that people who set out to host them have that as their objective or do you think that's just a very nice benefit of doing it? I think it depends. I right now with Kirkman hand..
Parents Sue Father Accused of Hiding Kristin Smart's Body
"College student Kristin Smart have sued the father of the man charged with killing their daughter nearly 25 years ago. The lawsuit says smarts body was buried in Ruben Flores, his backyard and that he moved it under cover of darkness to another location after investigators searched his property in February of 2020. That mirrors claims made by prosecutors this week when they charged Reuben Flora's with being an accessory after the alleged murder. He was released from custody yesterday after posting $50,000 bail. Son, Paul Flores is being held without bail. He's accused of sexually assaulting and murdering smart in 1996 on the Cal Poly San Luis Obispo campus, where both were freshmen. Lawsuit against Ruben Flores seeks damages for intentionally causing emotional distress by helping his son cover up the crime. It says Flora's God help moving the body from two unnamed accomplices who will later be added as defendants in the case.
"ruben flores" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Calm to sign up and start streaming today. There are developments in the disappearance of Kristen Smart authorities in the court documents say. Kristen Smart was once buried in the backyard of a home owned by the father of the murder suspect. The document States Smarts body was recently moved from the home of Ruben Flores. He's charged with accessory after the murder for hiding the body after his son Paul Flores allegedly killed her. Officials say investigators using ground penetrating radar and cadaver dogs found evidence connected to smart during a search of the home. All. Flores was the last person seen with smart on their California College campus on May 25th 1996. Her disappearance went cold for about a quarter century until the florists were arrested last week. Steve Rappaport Fox News, European Union's drug regulatory agency, says it's found a possible link between the Johnson and Johnson Corona virus vaccine and extremely rare blood clots and little warning labels should be added. But experts of the agency reiterating the vaccines benefits outweigh its risks. Sentiment being echoed by the White House on Friday. A CDC advisory committee may restart Johnson and Johnson's one dose vaccine when it meets blood clots and six women who received it prompted the pause. White House press secretary Jen Psaki said President Biden and his health advisers still have confidence to me. The needs that we feel will be out there in the public by the end of May, and we will have enough vaccine for every American, But by the end of July without J and J that is based on the supply that we ordered from adjourn and Fizer as of yesterday, every American over 16 years of age is eligible to receive the covert vaccines. Colonel Scott Fox needs, the National Transportation Safety Board has ruled the inability to see the other aircraft is mainly to blame for the mid air collision of two sightseeing planes in Alaska in 2019, and that onboard systems failed to warn of other aircraft in the area. The collision killed six people. 10 others survived. Jack Callahan..
'Prime suspect' arrested in student's 1996 disappearance
"A man who attended Cal Poly university in the nineteen nineties has been arrested in connection with the murder of a female student who vanished nearly twenty five years ago the sheriff in San Luis Obispo county California says they've considered forty four year old Paul flora's likely to be the suspect for years he was the last person seen with Kristen smart when she disappeared in nineteen ninety six returning to her dorm from a party announcing on K. E. Y. T. T. V. the rest of Paul Flores for the murder of Kristen smart and the rest of his father Ruben Flores as an accessory to the murder sheriff Ian Parkinson says they've executed dozens of search warrants in recent years and now have evidence linking the suspect to Kristin smart he vows they will continue to search for her remains we are not going to stop until Kristen has been recovered police say new witnesses came forward in the case after hearing about the podcast your own backyard I'm Jackie Quinn
Paul Flores Booked on Murder Charge in Kristin Smart Case
"Obispo, California Sheriff's Office has announced arrest in the 25 year old case of missing college student Kristin Smart. Paul Flores, who was last seen with her and long considered a suspect and his father, Ruben, was arrested for a charge of murder. With zero bail, meaning he is unable to bail and Ruben Flores was arrested as an accessory to murder with the bail of $250,000 Sheriff Dian Parkinson.
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Paul Flores Arrested in 1996 Disappearance of Kristin Smart
"And arrest and the Kristin Smart case nearly 25 years after the call Polly freshman vanished after a frat party a California man, previously named as a primary suspect in her disappearance has been taken into custody. Paul Flores, who walks smart home and was the last person to see her alive in 1996, was arrested today in San Pedro. And his father, Ruben Flores, was also reportedly taken into custody in connection with the