• March 14, 2015 / 

    UNSOLVED MURDER: JOHN AND CHRISTORIA BILKEI

     Written by Chandler Vaughn

    ORANGEVALE, Calif– To the shock of the community, beloved senior couple, John and Christoria Bilkei were found dead on July 26, 1980. 

    JOHN AND CHRISTORIA BILKEI MURDER- Sadly, these sweet Grandparents had been violently attacked and stabbed to death in their own home on Donnawood Way in Orangevale.

    It was obvious to investigators that a tremendous struggle had occurred but there was no clear murder suspect to name. In the 1980’s the use of DNA by law enforcement had not yet become available.

    The Bilkei’s double homicide remains unsolved after 37 years. 

    SACRAMENTO CO. SHERIFF- The Sacramento County Sheriff is revisiting this cold case and is asking for the public’s help in solving it.

    If you have any information on the unsolved double murder of John and Christoria Bilkei, please contact: Sacramento County Sheriff at 916-874-5057.

    To leave an anonymous tip call 916-874-TIPS (8477).

    For online contact: www.sacsheriff.com: click “cold case” and then “tips and alerts”…Enter case #80-54812 to specify information about John and Christoria Bilkei.

    Family and friends of John and Christoria are still grieving the loss of this lovely California couple. May they Rest in God’s Eternal Peace.

    MURDER-JOHN-CHRISTIRA-BILKEI-SACRAMENTO-1980-UNSOLVED-HOMICIDE

    Contact:chandlerzone@gmail.com

    CHAIRO GARIBAY UNSOLVED MURDER

    Chairo 2 Written by Chandler Vaughn

    OLIVEHURST, Calif.- Residents of Olivehurst, a tiny enclave of Yuba County, are still grieving the loss of a beautiful young woman named Chairo Garibay, who was viciously murdered ten years ago today, December 11, 2005.

    This was no ordinary morning for Chairo. It was the Mass of Our Lady, The Virgin of Guadalupe. It was a sacred. A celebration she attended every year with her family, as a matter of devotion. This day, Chairo was doing what most young ladies her age don’t do anymore, she was preparing for church, at 5 a.m.

    What a remarkable young citizen she was.

    After that morning, Chairo Garibay was never seen alive again. She had been attacked and murdered. It sickens the soul to repeat the shameful way her life was taken…so I won’t. (Please see TCC’s previous post for details).

    CHAIRO GARIBAY’S MURDER IS STILL UNSOLVED. Her killer continues to have freedom in this world. Somebody knows something.

    Please help solve this crime. If you have any details relating to this case, no matter how insignificant, please contact Yuba County Sheriff at 530-749-7777.

    My prayers for strength and continued comfort go out to Chairo’s mother, Magdalena, and her beautiful young siblings. There are no words strong enough to convey my concern. True Crime California will continue posting updates until Chairo’s murder is solved and her killer is brought to face justice…in this life…and for eternity. True Love Never Dies.

    PosoCreekPhoto   Yoselin Claderon body found  Written by Chandler Vaughn

    WASCO, Calif. – Yoselin Calderon, 17, was reported missing in July 2014, one month after running away from her Kern County home. When Yoselin disappeared, it was believed she may have been in the company of an adult male with the last name of Lopez in the city of Lancaster. Several hotels/motels in surrounding areas were searched but yielded no sign of Yoselin.

    YOSELIN CALDERON BODY FOUND – Sadly, four months later, on the morning of November 5, Yoselin’s body was found in Poso Creek, just a short distance north of Wasco. Yoselin’s decomposed remains were found by workers of the North Kern Water Storage District and reported to the Kern County Sheriff’s Office. Her identification was later confirmed by dental records. Family and friends feel strongly that foul play was involved in Yoselin’s death.

    Yoselin Calderon’s death is being investigated as a homicide.

    KERN COUNTY SHERIFF: If you have any information related to the death of California teen, Yoselin Calderon, please contact Kern County Sheriff’s Office at 661-861-3110.

    Yoselin is loved and missed by many residents of Kern County.

    True Crime California wishes to express deep sympathy and prayers to Yoselin’s loved ones. True Love Never Dies.

    Contact: Chandler Vaughn at chandlerzone@gmail.com

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