GUILTY CA - Lucinda Correia-Pina, 30, Stockton, 15 April 2006

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  1. chicoliving

    chicoliving Former Member

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    Stockton police are looking for a woman last seen when her family says she went to meet a friend at 2 a.m. Saturday.

    Lucinda Correia-Peina, 30, was last seen in the 7700 block of Santa Inez Court in Stockton. It's believed she was wearing a black sweater, blue pajama bottoms and white tennis shoes. Her family said she is going through a difficult divorce and her disppearance is uncharacteristic.

    Police said they have no evidence of foul play, but believe her disappearance is suspicious.

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  3. chicoliving

    chicoliving Former Member

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    Investigators are also looking for Correia-Pina's 2001, black Ford Expedition with California license plate number 4TKZ083.
     
  4. chicoliving

    chicoliving Former Member

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    The SUV belonging to a missing Stockton was found this morning in north Stockton, Stockton Police said. Lucinda Correia-Pina, 30, has been missing since last weekend.

    The woman's black Ford Expedition was found on Santiago Way near the intersection of Don Avenue and Hammer Lane.

    Correia-Pina's family said she had been harassed by a man and was planning to confront him about it. Her mother believes that was what she was planning when she left her home at 2 a.m. Saturday. Her family has not heard from her since.

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  5. MsPooh

    MsPooh Well-Known Member

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  6. chicoliving

    chicoliving Former Member

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    Ohhh nooooo!

    TY MsPooh
     
  7. czechmate7

    czechmate7 Former Member

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    Why would this girl go to confront a man harrassing her @ 2am??? I'm assuming she was alone??? That doesn't make sense!!
     
  8. chicoliving

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    Police are now looking for a "person of interest" in connection with the disappearance of a Stockton woman last weekend. The woman's SUV was found this morning, and police say there was a body inside.

    Although no identification had been made, the missing woman's mother clearly feared the worst as police drove her from the duplex she shares with her daughter.


    http://www.news10.net/storyfull2.aspx?storyid=17098

    They are not saying who's body this is but if they took her mother somewhere I doubt its a man's body. I realize they don't want to release info until the family is notified and a postive ID made but good grief this just seems odd.
     
  9. MsPooh

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    So many more questions than answers it seems, good gracious what in the heck is going on in this world???:confused:
     
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    Police have confirmed that a body found in an SUV in Stockton this morning is that of a 30-year-old Stockton woman last seen three days ago.

    ~snip~

    Police are looking for a "person of interest" in connection with the case. Investigators want to talk to Reynaldo Dunga, 34, of Stockton (shown above). Police describe him as a friend of Lucinda Correia-Pina. Dunga drives a late 1980s or early 1990s light blue Toyota Celica and may be headed to Nevada.

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    Police are questioning a "person of interest" in the case of a 30-year-old Stockton woman who was found deceased yesterday after missing for three days.

    Reynaldo Dungo, 34, of Stockton (shown above) was located about 10 this morning and taken into custody. He has not been arrested.

    ~snip~

    Police describe Dungo as a friend of Correia-Peina. [​IMG]


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    Stockton Police have charged a suspect in connection with the murder of a missing Stockton woman found dead in her vehicle Tuesday.

    Thirty-four Reynaldo Dungo was charged Wednesday afternoon with the murder of Lucinda Correia-Pina, a 30-year-old mother of three who was found dead in the back of her SUV Tuesday as it sat parked along Santiago Way in Stockton. Dungo was a coach at Pulliam Elementary School in Stockton.

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  14. chicoliving

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    Police have arrested a suspect in the murder of Lucinda Correia-Pina.

    Reynaldo Dungo, 34, of Stockton is accused of killing the 30-year-old Stockton woman. He had been considered a "person of interest" in her disappearance. Police located him Wednesday morning.

    http://www.news10.net/storyfull2.aspx?storyid=17137
     
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    ~snip~
    The family of 30-year-old Lucinda Correia-Pina gathered outside her mother's home this morning to share their grief. "I've been through a lot of pain in my life but I think this is the most painful thing that I've ever felt," Pina's mother Lucinda Smith told CBS 13, "I have not accepted the fact that my daughter is not with me any longer."

    Smith's daughter Lucinda was reported missing last week. Her body was found on Tuesday inside her abandoned SUV.

    The next day police arrested Pina's live-in friend, 35-year-old Reynaldo Dungo for her murder. Dungo also coached girl's basketball with her at Pulliam Elementary School.

    Lucinda's mother was surprised by the arrest especially since he had stayed with her after her daughter's disappearance. "He stayed in my home and he cried in my lap and slept on my floor and he showered in my shower after the fact." said a visibly upset Smith.

    http://cbs13.com/local/local_story_110174540.html


    I'm thankful the ordeal of waiting and searching is over...this is just so horrible, the murderer among them during all of this. Thoughts and prayers for Lucinda's mother, family, children and friends as they go thru this nightmare. :(
     
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    The mother of a slain Stockton woman whose body was found earlier this week spoke publicly for the first time Thursday, saying she is still in shock over losing her daughter. She also portrayed the man accused of killing her as manipulative and deceitful.

    Surrounded by family and friends, Pam Smith said she is still numb and hasn't come to terms with the death of her only child, Lucinda Correia Pina, 30.

    "This is still so surreal to me. I'm in such disbelief that she's not here," Smith told reporters gathered outside the north Stockton duplex she split with her daughter. "I haven'taccepted the fact that my daughter is not with me."

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    Typically, when someone is arrested for a crime, friends come forward in their defense -- but that's not the case with Reynaldo Dungo. In fact, some say that his arrest for the murder of Lucinda Correia-Pina only confirms their suspicions.

    Tabitha Griffin, a student on the basketball team Dungo coached, said that she recalls how Dungo sought her out in the library the day after he allegedly killed Correia-Pina.

    “Meet me at the park on Monday and we’ll go to lunch, but don’t tell nobody where you’re going. Nobody,” said Tabitha Griffin.

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    This guy taught elementary school basketball. So what grade is this student in....the sixth? Why would he want her to sneak and meet with him for lunch?
    Boy, that little girl is lucky that it never happened. She may have ended up dead too.

    I wonder what his reason was for killing his roommate? They roomed together and also coached together? It must not have been him who had been harrassing her if he lived with her. As they lived together she wouldn't have had to go somewhere to confront him at 2 in the morning. I wonder what happened.
     
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    A Stockton jury has found a man guilty of second degree murder in the death of his friend whose decomposing body was discovered days later in her SUV.

    Reynaldo Dungo, 35, was charged with strangling Lucinda Correia Pina in her daughter's bedroom on April 15, 2006 and then putting her blanket-wrapped body in the backseat of her SUV. The SUV with Pina was found four days later on Santiago Way in Stockton.

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    A judge this morning sentenced Reynaldo Santos Dungo to 15 years to life in state prison for the April 2006 slaying of Lucinda Correia Piña, a mother of four children found dead in her sport utility vehicle days after relatives reported her missing.

    Dungo, 35, during the sentencing before San Joaquin County Superior Court Judge Charlotte Orcutt apologized to Piña’s mother and four children, who were in court. A jury in April found Dungo guilty of second degree murder for strangling her.

    http://www.recordnet.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20070605/A_NEWS/70605009
     

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