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May 8, 2013 | By Hector Becerra
Authorities searched Wednesday for a 45-year-old man they say is suspected of killing his wife and two young daughters in a home he owns near the rural Northern California town of Shingleton. Shasta County Sheriff's Lt. Tom Campbell told the Redding Record Searchlight that suspect Shane Franklyn Miller may be driving one of two cars -- a gold 2010 Dodge Mega Cab pickup with a camper shell and California license plate 8Z75988, or a green and tan 2001 Ford Excursion with California plate 4UBC114.
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June 2, 2013 | By Hector Becerra, Los Angeles Times
After allegedly gunning down his wife and two young daughters, Shane Franklin Miller drove 200 miles to the isolated Northern California town where he grew up. A day later, investigators found his abandoned Dodge pickup, with live rounds for a firearm and a note to his family inside. "He briefly addressed members and made implied threats toward some of them, and apologized to others," according to the Shasta County Sheriff's Office. The killings sparked a large manhunt that began the night of May 7. Authorities said Miller, 45, shot his wife Sandy, 34, and daughters Shelby, 8, and Shasta, 5, near Shingletown.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 2, 2013 | By Hector Becerra, Los Angeles Times
After allegedly gunning down his wife and two young daughters, Shane Franklin Miller drove 200 miles to the isolated Northern California town where he grew up. A day later, investigators found his abandoned Dodge pickup, with live rounds for a firearm and a note to his family inside. "He briefly addressed members and made implied threats toward some of them, and apologized to others," according to the Shasta County Sheriff's Office. The killings sparked a large manhunt that began the night of May 7. Authorities said Miller, 45, shot his wife Sandy, 34, and daughters Shelby, 8, and Shasta, 5, near Shingletown.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 13, 2013 | By Hector Becerra
Authorities are urging residents to stay calm as a massive manhunt continues for a 45-year-old man suspected of gunning down his wife and two young daughters in Northern California. Much of the effort was being focused on the forestlands near the tiny town of Petrolia. Police talked to residents Sunday, saying the search continues but that they should not be overly worried. “They're trying to calm the people down because the people are getting frustrated. I think the cops are getting frustrated too,” resident Tim Cook told the Redding Record-Searchlight.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 12, 2013 | By Hector Becerra
The manhunt intensified Sunday for a 45-year-old man suspected of gunning down his wife and two young daughters in Northern California. Much of the effort was being focused on the forestlands near the tiny town of Petrolia . Shane Franklin Miller is the only suspect in the Tuesday-night triple killing of Sandy Miller, 34, and daughters Shelby, 8, and Shasta, 5. Deputies responded to the family's home near Shingletown, about 200 miles from...
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 13, 2013 | By Hector Becerra
Authorities are urging residents to stay calm as a massive manhunt continues for a 45-year-old man suspected of gunning down his wife and two young daughters in Northern California. Much of the effort was being focused on the forestlands near the tiny town of Petrolia. Police talked to residents Sunday, saying the search continues but that they should not be overly worried. “They're trying to calm the people down because the people are getting frustrated. I think the cops are getting frustrated too,” resident Tim Cook told the Redding Record-Searchlight.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 10, 2013 | By Hector Becerra
Heavily armored law enforcement agents pushed their search Friday through forestlands near the tiny Northern California town of Petrolia in their pursuit of a 45-year-old man suspected of gunning down his wife and his two young daughters. Shasta County Lt. Dave Kent said the pursuit of Shane Franklin Miller was especially dangerous because it was suspected he might be heavily armed and because he knows the area well. “We're going into a vulnerable situation where we're trying to search for him in a dense forest he knows very well and that we know adequately,” Kent said.
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August 26, 1987
The Wal-Mart department store chain has told managers of Florida stores with garden centers to take steps to check for snakes in the wake of two incidents in which customers were bitten, company officials said. The word was sent to store managers last week after Edward Cullom, 40, of Gulf Breeze, Fla., was bitten twice by a 14-inch copperhead snake while he was looking at a plant in a Fort Walton Beach, Fla., Wal-Mart. Two days later Sandy Miller, 23, of Fort Myers, Fla.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 3, 1994 | SHELBY GRAD
It opened 33 years ago in a farmhouse next to what is today the Anaheim Convention Center--a visitors bureau aimed at convincing the world that a county known for its bountiful fruit was also a great place to vacation or hold conventions. Now, the Anaheim Visitor & Convention Bureau is changing its name to the Anaheim/Orange County Visitor & Convention Bureau. But officials insist that the group's mission will remain the same.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 12, 1999
Steven W. Lew, a Universal Studios consultant, has been elected to a second term as chairman of the Valley Industry and Commerce Assn. Cathy Maguire of the Gas Company was elected executive vice chair. Lew is a past president of the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce, a member of the California Travel and Tourism Commission and the Los Angeles mayor's blue ribbon committee to study police and fire infrastructure, and is active in other national, state and local business promotion organizations.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 12, 2013 | By Hector Becerra
The manhunt intensified Sunday for a 45-year-old man suspected of gunning down his wife and two young daughters in Northern California. Much of the effort was being focused on the forestlands near the tiny town of Petrolia . Shane Franklin Miller is the only suspect in the Tuesday-night triple killing of Sandy Miller, 34, and daughters Shelby, 8, and Shasta, 5. Deputies responded to the family's home near Shingletown, about 200 miles from...
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 10, 2013 | By Hector Becerra
Heavily armored law enforcement agents pushed their search Friday through forestlands near the tiny Northern California town of Petrolia in their pursuit of a 45-year-old man suspected of gunning down his wife and his two young daughters. Shasta County Lt. Dave Kent said the pursuit of Shane Franklin Miller was especially dangerous because it was suspected he might be heavily armed and because he knows the area well. “We're going into a vulnerable situation where we're trying to search for him in a dense forest he knows very well and that we know adequately,” Kent said.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 8, 2013 | By Hector Becerra
Authorities searched Wednesday for a 45-year-old man they say is suspected of killing his wife and two young daughters in a home he owns near the rural Northern California town of Shingleton. Shasta County Sheriff's Lt. Tom Campbell told the Redding Record Searchlight that suspect Shane Franklyn Miller may be driving one of two cars -- a gold 2010 Dodge Mega Cab pickup with a camper shell and California license plate 8Z75988, or a green and tan 2001 Ford Excursion with California plate 4UBC114.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 19, 1996 | KATE FOLMAR
Four individuals and one business were recognized as San Fernando Valley leaders at the annual United Chambers of Commerce awards dinner at the Airtel Plaza Hotel in Van Nuys that was held to spotlight outstanding community involvement, it was announced Wednesday. Sandy Miller, now an executive with Browning Ferris Industries and once an aide to former state Sen. David A.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 8, 1999 | KAREN ROBINSON-JACOBS
Sandy Miller Goldman, a consultant with Browning-Ferris Industries who also serves on the board of the Encino-Tarzana Regional Medical Center, was honored Tuesday at the 50th annual meeting of the Valley Industry and Commerce Assn. for her community service. Miller Goldman, who helped drum up business support for the controversial plan by BFI to expand Sunshine Canyon Landfill in Granada Hills, was given the 1999 Harmon Ballin Award for her volunteer work throughout the Valley.
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