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 Plea deal in Anthony Ibarra murder trial

5 months ago

Plea deal in Anthony Ibarra murder trial

Another defendant in the Anthony Ibarra murder trial in Santa Maria has changed his plea.

Robert Sosa pleaded guilty on Thursday to kidnapping with a gang enhancement. He's expected to get 15 years in prison when he's sentenced in December.

Ibarra's body was found in the back of a U-Haul truck parked on an Orcutt Street last March.

Three other defendants previously made plea deals. That leaves seven people facing charges in Ibarra's death.

5 months ago

Anthony Ibarra murder case defendant pleads no contest

One of the defendants in the Anthony Ibarra murder trial changed her plea today.

Verenisa Castillo Aviles previously pleaded not guilty, but today pleaded no contest to kidnapping, committing force likely to cause great bodily injury, and false imprisonment.

Charges of murder and conspiracy to commit murder will be dismissed when she is sentenced on May 8. She is expected to get nine years and eight months in prison.

Aviles was one of eleven people arrested in connection to Ibarra's death. The Santa Maria man's body was found in the back of a U-Haul truck parked on an Orcutt street in March of 2013. Investigators say he was tortured and killed at a home in Santa Maria.

Two other defendants, Pedro Torres and Carmen Cardenas, previously pleaded guilty and no contest, respectively, to charges of being accessories to the crime.

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8 months ago

Plea deal in Anthony Ibarra murder case

One of the ten people awaiting trial in the murder of Santa Maria resident Anthony Ibarra has accepted a plea deal. Pedro Torres, Jr., 54, pleaded guilty to being an accessory after the murder. He is expected to be sentenced to three years in prison in February. The remaining nine defendants have pleaded not guilty. Ibarra's body was found in a U-Haul truck in March.

10 months ago

Not guilty pleas in Ibarra murder case

The ten defendants charged in the murder of Santa Maria resident Anthony Ibarra entered not guilty pleas in court last week.

Their jury trial was set for May 12, 2014.

A total of eleven people were arrested following the 28-year old's murder back in March. His body was found in a U-Haul truck parked on an Orcutt street. Investigators say he was tortured and killed at a home in Santa Maria.

One of the original defendants, Carmen Cardenas, pleaded no contest to being an accessory after the murder and was sentenced to three years and four months in prison.

11 months ago

Ibarra murder suspects appear in court

A group of people charged in the murder of a Santa Maria man appeared in court Thursday, but their arraignment hearing was again postponed.

One of the original defendants, Carmen Cardenas, has already entered a plea in the case. The Santa Barbara County District Attorney's Office says she pleaded no contest back in August to being an accessory after the fact of murder. On September 5, she was sentenced to three years and four months in prison.

A total of eleven people were arrested following the murder of Anthony Ibarra, 28, of Santa Maria. His body was found in a U-Haul truck parked on an Orcutt street in March. Investigators say he was tortured and killed at a home in Santa Maria.

The remaining ten defendants will appear in court again on October 18.

1 year ago

Location chosen for Ibarra murder case pre-trial hearings

A hearing location has been chosen for the 11 people charged in the murder of Anthony Ibarra.

Darrell Parker with the Santa Barbara County Superior Courts says the pre-trial hearings will be held at the juvenile center courtroom in Santa Maria.

Because there are 11 defendants, 11 defense attorneys and a prosecution team all in one courtroom, some of the defense attorneys were concerned courtrooms at the Santa Maria Courthouse were not large enough to accommodate everyone.

Parker says the juvenile center courtroom was chosen because it is a larger facility, but if the case does go to trial, another location could again be chosen.

Ibarra's body was found in the back of a U-Haul truck parked on an Orcutt street in March.

Police believe he was tortured for hours before finally being stabbed to death.

The next arraignment hearing is set for Sept. 12.

1 year ago

Ibarra 11 murder case could move to different location

The Anthony Ibarra murder case continued in a Santa Maria courtroom today, but it may soon get moved to a different location.

Eleven people are charged in the murder of Ibarra.

His body was found in the back of a U-Haul truck parked on an Orcutt street in March.

Police believe he was tortured for hours before finally being stabbed to death.

Because there are 11 defendants, 11 defense attorneys and a prosecution team all in one courtroom, some of the defense attorneys are concerned it's not large enough to accommodate all of these people, so the courts are looking into other venues.

All 11 defendants appeared in court Thursday, including the youngest of those charged.

14-year-old Ramon Maldanado, Jr. is the grandson of David Maldanado and son of Ramon Maldanado, Sr.

Both are also charged in this murder case.

The court decided to charge the 14-year-old as an adult.

The 11 defendants wore dress shirts instead of the usual blue or orange jail clothes, but their hands and feet were still handcuffed.

Their arraignments were postponed again Thursday, as they have been several times before.

The next arraignment hearing is set for September 12th.

Prosecutor Ann Bramson says they don't know yet where they will move this case, but it will be in a larger location somewhere in the county.

"I don't know where we will be, but they are going to move this case to a setting where all defense council can have tables and chairs and everybody can have adequate defense," said Prosecutor Bramson.

Santa Barbara County District Attorney Joyce Dudley decided against seeking the death penalty if the eleven are convicted.

A few weeks ago, a Santa Maria Grand Jury issued indictments for the eleven suspects.

Seven of the defendants face life in prison without the possibility of parole if they are convicted.

Two other defendants, including the 14-year-old, face 25 years to life.

Two more may get a maximum of seven and ten years for being accessories.

1 year ago

Arraignments postponed for Ibarra murder defendants

The arraignments for the eleven people charged in the murder of Anthony Ibarra have been postponed, again.

The defendants were in court Thursday morning. They will be back in court September 12.

Ibarra's body was found in the back of a U-Haul truck parked on an Orcutt Street in March. Police believe he was tortured for hours before finally being stabbed to death.

Watch KSBY News at 5 & 6 for more on why the arraignments were postponed.

1 year ago

Ibarra 11 arraignments postponed again

Ten of the 11 people charged in the murder of Anthony Ibarra appeared in Santa Maria Superior Court again Thursday for a pretrial hearing.

Ibarra's body was found in the back of a U-Haul truck parked on an Orcutt Street in March.

Police believe he was tortured for hours before finally being stabbed to death.

The major developments happened outside the courtroom on Thursday.

One of the defendants, 54-year old Pedro Torres did not appear in court because he was in the hospital recovering from a jail beating.

The other ten defendants appeared together with their attorneys.

Most of the defendants wore dress shirts instead of the usual blue or orange jail clothes, but their hands and feet were still handcuffed.

Santa Barbara County District Attorney Joyce Dudley decided against seeking the death penalty if the eleven are convicted.

A few weeks ago, a Santa Maria grand jury issued indictments for the eleven suspects.

The youngest of those charged is 14-year-old Ramon Maldonado Jr., the grandson of David Maldonado and son of Ramon Maldonado Sr.

Both are also charged in this murder case.

The DA decided to charge the 14-year old as an adult.

The arraignments have been postponed several times, but lead prosecutor Ann Bramson says the case is moving quickly for having such a large group of defendants.

"I think it's actually moved along at light speed at this point. The murder occurred in March and we are already past an indictment. At this point, it's gone very fast. It will slow down and it should take some time before we get to trial," said Bramson.

The arraignments are postponed again until July 18th.

Prosecutor Bramson says it will give the defense time to review evidence and read the transcripts from the recent grand jury hearing.

Seven of the defendants face life in prison without the possibility of parole if they are convicted.

Two other defendants, including the 14-year-old, face 25 years to life.

Two more may get a maximum of 7 and ten years.

1 year ago

Fourteen year old charged along with ten other in the death of a Santa Maria man

A 14-year old in Santa Maria is charged with first degree murder, conspiracy to commit murder, and gang enhancement charges.

He's the eleventh person charged by a Santa Maria grand jury in the death of Anthony Ibarra.

KSBY also learned on Thursday that Santa Barbara County District Attorney Joyce Dudley decided against the death penalty if the eleven are convicted.

Santa Maria police say Anthony Ibarra was tortured and killed inside his home on March 17, 2013.

Police were called to the home a day later but there was no body.

Police later located Ibarra's body inside a U-Haul truck near Orcutt.

According to District Attorney Joyce Dudley, the average death penalty case can take 17 years.

She says the penalty of life in prison without the possibility of parole is a significant punishment and would allow this case to proceed more quickly, avoiding years of long and costly appeals.

On Tuesday a Santa Maria grand jury issued indictments for the eleven suspects connected to the murder of Anthony Ibarra.

"We firmly believe justice delayed is justice denied," said Dudley. "We want to move this case through, at the same time we want to make sure all defendants are adequately defended."

The youngest of those charged, Ramon Maldonado, Jr., is the grandson of David Maldonado and son of Ramon Maldonado, Sr., both also charged in the case.

The DA decided to charge the 14-year old as an adult based on the details of the investigation.

"There was certainly a connection here, many of the suspects and the victim have been involved with drug trades in the past," said Santa Maria Police Chief Ralph Martin.

According to the original investigation, Ibarra's death involved the dealing of street drugs.

Since the murder, police have built their case using surveillance and connecting defendants to the incident based on cell phone records.

"This was a particularly brutal and heinous homicide, that didn't occur in a moment's notice, it was planned, it was drawn out, and there was torture involved," said Martin.

According to Martin, detectives spent more than 500 hours on the case within the first two weeks.

Seven defendants face the possibility of life in prison without the possibility of parole.
Two defendants including the 14-year old face 25 years to life.
And two more face a maximum of 7 years and ten years.

All eleven suspects return to court for their arraignment on June 6.

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1 year ago

Eleventh person charged in Ibarra murder

An eleventh person has been charged in the murder of Anthony Ibarra, the Santa Maria man killed in March.

Santa Barbara County District Attorney Joyce Dudley said Ramon Maldonado, Junior, 14, has been charged with first degree murder with a gang enhancement in Ibarra's death. He is the son and grandson of two others charged in the murder.

Dudley said Maldonado Jr. faces 25 years to life in prison.

Ibarra's body was found in the back of a U-Haul truck parked on an Orcutt street on March 19.

Police said Ibarra was actually killed two days before his body was found. They said he was tortured for hours before finally being stabbed to death.

Dudley also said she decided to not seek the death penalty if any of the defendants in this case are convicted.

More on Dudley's reasons for not doing so, and details on the latest charges on KSBY at 5 and 6 p.m.

1 year ago

Prosecutors may seek death penalty against some murder defendants

Officials with the Santa Barbara County District Attorney's Office say they may seek the death penalty for a majority of the people involved in the murder of Anthony Ibarra.


Ten people have been charged in connection with Ibarra's death. His body was found in the back of a U-Haul truck parked on an Orcutt Street last month. Police believe Ibarra was tortured for hours before finally being stabbed to death.


The ten defendants appeared together in court on Thursday. A prosecutor in the case says seven of them may be eligible for a capital murder trial.


"Many of the people involved were gang members," said a Santa Maria Police investigator early on in the investigation. "Some of the information we do have is they were from the same gang."


County prosecutors believe those circumstances will make some of defendants eligible for the death penalty.


Ann Bramsen is the Senior Deputy District Attorney for Santa Barbara County. She says it is unusual to have this many defendants in a murder trial, so the District Attorney's Office is being diligent.


"Death penalty cases drain significantly more resources than a case that's life without parole," said Bramsen.


She says they've decided to accelerate their decision.


"Death penalty cases cost about 20 times the amount of money that a life without parole case costs by the time you go from start to finish," said Bramsen.


Eight of the defendants are charged with murder. Two are charged as accessories after the fact. They are all due back in court on June 6th.


Bramsen says the District Attorney's Office will have a final decision then if seven of them will be facing the death penalty.

1 year ago

Ibarra murder case may stretch Santa Barbara County resources

Santa Barbara County Superior Court officials say the Anthony Ibarra murder trial may be one of the county's largest in recent years.

Ten people have been charged in connection with Ibarra's death.

Ibarra's body was found in the back of a U-Haul truck parked on an Orcutt Street on March 19th.

Police believe Ibarra was killed two days before in Santa Maria and said he was tortured for hours before being stabbed to death.

The ten defendants will all appear together as their case proceeds through the legal system.

"We attribute the homicide to a combination of gang activity, drug activity, and territorial activity," said Santa Maria Police Chief Ralph Martin at a press conference in March.

An investigation that started with three people believed to be involved quickly grew to ten and investigators say it is a drug and gang-related crime.

"There's always a drug war going on. It's really never ending," said Chief Martin.

And now the next big challenge is in the courtroom.

"A ten defendant murder case is a tremendous commitment," said Santa Barbara County Prosecutor Steve Foley.

Prosecutor Foley says he's worked on cases with multiple defendants before, but never a majority of them charged with the same murder case.

"It will need commitment from the district attorney's officer, commitment from the courts and just getting ten defendants up in a single courtroom with ten defense attorneys plus the prosecutor plus all the court staff," said Foley.

Other court officials say county resources may be stretched.

Darrell Parker with the Santa Barbara County Superior Courts says in his 15 year career there's never been ten defendants in the court room together and says a trial with this magnitude may have to be moved to a separate location.

Prosecutor Foley says the county will be ready to use all of its resources.

"With ten defendants charged with murder in one case, that is the most I've seen in my career and if it's not the most ever in Santa Barbara County it will definitely be high on the list," said Foley.

Parker says there will be heightened security in the courtroom, and because of the number of people charged in the case, the trial may have be moved to a meeting hall or conference center.

The ten defendants are due back in court on April 18th.

Eight are charged with murder and two are charged with accessories after the fact.

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1 year ago

Tenth person arrested in connection to Ibarra murder

The Santa Maria Police Department has arrested a 10th person who is believed to be involved in the murder of Anthony Ibarra.

Police identified the suspect as Jason Castillo, 29, of Santa Maria. He faces murder and gang enhancement charges.

Ibarra's body was found in the back of a U-Haul truck parked on an Orcutt street on March 19.

Police said Ibarra was actually killed two days before his body was found. They said he was tortured for hours before finally being stabbed to death.

Santa Maria Police Chief Ralph Martin tells KSBY News that this is expected to be the last arrest in this case.

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1 year ago

Ninth person arrested in connection to Ibarra murder

Santa Maria Police say a ninth person has been arrested in connection to the murder of Anthony Ibarra.

Police arrested Verenisa Castillo Aviles, 19, of Santa Maria on Monday on an unrelated matter. Tuesday, police added murder and gang-enhancement charges associated with Ibarra's death.

Aviles is being held on a no-bail warrant in the Santa Barbara County Jail.

Ibarra's body was found in the back of a U-Haul truck parked on an Orcutt street on March 19.

Police said Ibarra was actually killed two days before his body was found. They said he was tortured for hours before finally being stabbed to death.

Investigators are not saying much about a motive for the killing, but do say gangs and drugs were involved.

Eight other people were arrested in connection with Ibarra's murder - Ramon Maldonado, Reyes Gonzales, Jr., Santos Sauceda, Anthony Solis, Robert Sosa, David Maldonado, Jr., Carmen Cardenas, and Pedro Torres, Jr.

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1 year ago

Suspects believed to be involved in murdering a Santa Maria man appeared in court

The eight suspects believed to be involved in the murder of Santa Maria resident Anthony Ibarra, 28, were in court Monday for arraignment.

Ibarra's body was found in the back of a U-Haul truck in Orcutt on Tuesday, March 19. Police said Ibarra was tortured for hours before being stabbed to death on Sunday, March 17.

Six suspects, Ramon Maldonado, Reyes Gonzalez, Jr., Santos Sauceda, Anthony Solis, Robert Sosa, and David Maldonado, Jr. are all being charged with murder and are being held without bail. They also face several special allegations, including lying in wait, kidnap, torture, street terrorism, and committing a murder for criminal street gang purposes. Carmen Cardenas and Pedro Torres, Jr. are being charged as accessories. Cardenas' bail is set at $600,000 and Torres' bail is set at $630,000.

All suspects appeared in court Monday as a group, but no one entered a plea. They are expected back in court on April 10.

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1 year ago

Police reveal new details in murder of man found dead in U-Haul

Santa Maria Police held a news conference Monday to reveal new details in the death of Santa Maria resident, Anthony Ibarra, 28.

Ibarra's body was found in the back of a U-Haul truck parked on an Orcutt street on Tuesday, March 19.

Police said Monday that Ibarra was actually killed two days before his body was found. They said he was tortured for hours before finally being stabbed to death.

Investigators are not saying much about a motive for the killing, but do say gangs and drugs were involved.

Eight people have been arrested in connection with Ibarra's murder - Ramon Maldonado, Reyes Gonzales, Jr., Santos Sauceda, Anthony Solis, Robert Sosa, David Maldonado, Jr., Carmen Cardenas, and Pedro Torres, Jr. To see the full list of charges against the suspects, click here.

Multiple agencies assisted in the investigation, including the FBI, Santa Barbara County Sheriff's Office, Santa Barbara County Probation, and Santa Barbara County District Attorney.

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1 year ago

Lead prosecutor tells of gang ties in Santa Maria murder case

Santa Maria Police said on Thursday the gang-related murder case surrounding 28-year old Anthony Ibarra, is very, very complex, especially when it comes to gang-related issues. They say the investigation may continue for months. Eight people are in custody in connection to the case.

Santa Barbara County Senior Deputy District Attorney Ann Bramsen told KSBY that Ramon Maldonado and Reyes Gonzales are the two suspects that face life in prison without parole, or potentially the death penalty, if convicted. Their murder charge carries a special circumstance, including torture and being involved in a criminal street gang.

Bramsen said Carmen Cardenas and Pedro Torres could serve up to seven years in prison, if convicted, for being alleged accessories after the fact of murder. Cardenas and Torres are also being charged with being involved in a criminal street gang.

"So it means that somebody in the group, is a member of the Surenos, and as to count two that the crime was either in association with, or benefited, or was by the direction of the gang," said Bramsen.

On Thursday, KSBY also learned more about the victim. Ibarra has a criminal record dating back to 2003. He was last arrested in November 2012 for being under the influence of meth. He was also sentenced to 16 months in Wasco State Prison back in 2009 for charges related to meth.

This gang-related murder case also has a family tie. Police say David Maldonado, one of the suspects arrested on Thursday, is the father of Ramon Maldonado, one of the original four suspects.

The Santa Barbara County Sheriff's Office and the FBI are assisting the Santa Maria Police Department with this case.

The first four suspects are scheduled to be arraigned on Friday morning. Charges could also come Friday against the four latest suspects arrested Thursday.

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1 year ago

Eighth suspect in custody in Santa Maria gang-related murder case

Santa Maria Police arrested Anthony Solis, 28, Thursday afternoon in Santa Maria in connection to a murder investigation. That brings the total number of suspects in this case to eight.

Officers found the body of Santa Maria resident Anthony Ibarra, 28, in the back of a U-Haul truck on Tuesday in Orcutt.

Investigators believe his death is connected to a crime scene found at a home on Donovan and Blosser Roads in Santa Maria on Monday.

The others arrested in this case are Ramon Maldonado, Reyes Gonzales, Carmen Cardenas, Pedro Torres, David Maldonado, Santos Sauceda, and Robert Sosa.

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1 year ago

Suspects named in the ongoing murder case out of Santa Maria

Santa Maria Police, the Santa Barbara County Sheriff's Office and the FBI arrested three additional suspects in the homicide that happened earlier this week.

Police arrested David Maldonado, 55, Santos Sauceda, 33 and Robert Sosa 19, all of Santa Maria Thursday afternoon.

The body of Anthony Ibarra, 28, was found in the back of a U-Haul truck in Orcutt on Monday.

Police linked the body to a murder that occurred earlier in the week on the corner of Donovan and Blosser Roads.

These three arrests bring the total to 7 suspects involved in this case.

Be sure to tune into KSBY newscast at 5 and 6 for the latest on this developing story.

1 year ago

Another arrest made in connection with Santa Maria murder, bringing the total to 7

Santa Maria Police have arrested one more person in connection with the body found in the back of a U-Haul Tuesday, bringing the total number to 3 arrests made Thursday.

The body of Santa Maria resident, Anthony Ibarra, 28, was found in a U-Haul truck that was parked in front of a home in Orcutt.

Police linked the body to a murder that had happened earlier in the week at a home located on the corner of Donovan and Blosser Roads.

In total, 7 people have been arrested in connection with this case. Ramon Maldonado, 37, and Reyes Gonzales, 42, are charged with murder with special circumstances, including torture and being part of a criminal street gang. Carmen Cardenas, 28, and Pedro Torres, 54, are charged with being accessories to murder after the fact.

Be sure to tune into KSBY at 5 and 6 for the latest on this murder case.

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1 year ago

More arrests in Santa Maria murder

KSBY News has learned two more people are in custody in connection to a murder in Santa Maria. Authorities are expected to release more information Thursday afternoon.

The body of Santa Maria resident Anthony Ibarra, 28, was found Tuesday in the back of a U-Haul truck parked in front of an Orcutt home.

Santa Maria Police have linked that discovery to a crime scene found at a home on the corner of Donovan and Blosser Roads Monday afternoon.

Four people have already been charged in connection to the case. Ramon Maldonado, 37, and Reyes Gonzales, 42, are charged with murder with special circumstances, including torture and being part of a criminal street gang. Carmen Cardenas, 28, and Pedro Torres, 54, are charged with being accessories to murder after the fact.

1 year ago

Charges filed against four suspects in Santa Maria murder case

Four people arrested in connection to a murder case in Santa Maria were charged on Wednesday.

Ramon Maldonado, 37, and Reyes Gonzales, 42, were charged with murder with special circumstances, including torture and being part of a criminal street gang.

Carmen Cardenas, 28, and Pedro Torres, 54, were charged with being accessories to murder after the fact.

The four were arrested on Tuesday, after investigators found the body of Santa Maria resident, Anthony Ibarra, 28, in the back of a U-Haul truck parked on an Orcutt street.

Santa Maria Police say the murder is connected to a crime scene found at a house on the corner of Blosser and Donovan Roads in Santa Maria on Monday afternoon.

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1 year ago

Orcutt residents react to body found in front of their house

Fifteen-year Orcutt resident Janet Wathen said she noticed a U-Haul moving truck parked in front of her house on Los Padres Road on Monday night, but did not think much about it.

"It crossed my mind, maybe somebody's moving or moving some furniture, and maybe it was the people behind me," said Wathen.

But when Santa Maria Police investigators knocked on Wathen's door on Tuesday morning, to alert her that the U-Haul truck had some sort of connection to a crime at a house in Santa Maria, her ears perked up. Officers found a homicide victim in the moving truck on Tuesday morning, and believe the victim is tied to a crime that occurred at a house on the corner of Donovan Road and Blosser Road on Monday afternoon in Santa Maria.

Wathen said about the discovery of the body, "And that it was there all night. Ya, I feel kind of sick. And a little nervous."

Investigators could be seen taking evidence bags out of the house in Santa Maria, and they eventually wrapped up their investigation at the house, taking down the yellow caution tape. The U-Haul was eventually hauled away from Orcutt on Tuesday afternoon.

Three suspects have been arrested in connection to this case: Ramon Maldonado, 37, Carmen Cardenas, 28, and Pedro Torres, 54, all of Santa Maria. They have been booked into the Santa Barbara County Jail for conspiracy to commit murder.

"We've lived here about 15 years, 15-16 years in this house, and occasionally some little thing will happen, you know, but never have I ever heard of anything like this," added Wathen.

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1 year ago

Three people arrested in connection with murder

Santa Maria Police have identified the three people arrested in connection with a murder.

Ramon Maldonado, 37, Carmen Cardenas, 28, and Pedro Torres, 54, all of Santa Maria face charges of conspiracy to commit murder.

They were arrested after officers found a man's body in the back of a U-Haul truck on Los Padres Road in Orcutt on Tuesday morning. Police believe the body is connected to a crime scene found at a home on the 1100 block of West Donovan Road in Santa Maria on Monday afternoon. Officers say they found evidence of an assault; however, the man's cause of death has not been released, nor has his age or identity.

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1 year ago

Body found inside U-Haul truck

Santa Maria Police confirm a body has been found inside a U-Haul truck in Orcutt on Los Padres Road.

They say the body is believed to be associated with a crime scene found at a home on the corner of Donovan and Blosser Roads Monday afternoon.

Three arrests have been made in connection with the investigation.

Police say the body is that of a man, but his name and age have not yet been released.

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1 year ago

Police investigating suspicious circumstances at Santa Maria home

Police and crime scene investigators are at a home on the corner of Blosser and Donovan in Santa Maria.

Officers have put yellow caution tape up around the home, and officers are going door to door, talking to neighbors.

Police say they received a report of a death at the home, but have not yet found a body.

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