Two murder cases, ‘the burning body, and ‘uncle shoots nephew’ have been delayed

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By Neal Putnam
For The Alpine Sun

EL CAJON—The case of a burning body found in Alpine and an unrelated murder case involving a Campo man accused of killing his nephew have been both delayed.
The preliminary hearing for Patrick Pablo, 48, was delayed Sept. 19 until Jan. 14, 2015 after his attorney requested a delay. Pablo is charged with fatally injuring Teddy Iouwqe Pablo, 23, on June 13, at the home on the Campo Indian Reservation where both of them lived.

By Neal Putnam
For The Alpine Sun

EL CAJON—The case of a burning body found in Alpine and an unrelated murder case involving a Campo man accused of killing his nephew have been both delayed.
The preliminary hearing for Patrick Pablo, 48, was delayed Sept. 19 until Jan. 14, 2015 after his attorney requested a delay. Pablo is charged with fatally injuring Teddy Iouwqe Pablo, 23, on June 13, at the home on the Campo Indian Reservation where both of them lived.
Pablo has pleaded not guilty. The cause of death has not been stated in court, but the victim suffered a rear skull fracture along with traumatic injuries. His uncle remains in jail without bail.
Two men have been charged with murder and two women as accessories in the death of a Lakeside woman whose burning body was found in Alpine on March 9. A water agency worker discovered the body of Kimberly Hayes, 35, at 4:55 a.m. on a dirt road off Sequan Truck Trail.
A new attorney was appointed for one of the co-defendants after one attorney had to leave the case due to a legal conflict. The preliminary hearing was reset for Nov. 12.
Jessi Lydell Mendoza, 29, is alleged to have shot Hayes to death in an El Cajon apartment on March 8. Matthew Williams, 30, is also charged with murder and believed to have been in the apartment when Hayes was killed. Lauren Rae Huett, 33, and Jennifer Lyn Stein, 31, are charged as accessories after the fact.
The sheriff’s department said in a release the motive for the murder was related to the defendants’ perception that the victim was attempting to gain custody of the newborn child of Stein and Mendoza.
Mendoza, Williams, and Huett remain in jail, but Stein is free on $20,000 bond. All four lived in El Cajon before their April arrests.

Two murder cases, ‘the burning body, and ‘uncle shoots nephew’ have been delayed

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