The woman accused of killing nursing student Michele Le in the East Bay earlier this year appeared briefly in court Friday but did not enter a plea, according to prosecutors.
Slain nursing student Michelle Le was remembered Tuesday night as an ambitious and organized, yet joyful and thoughtful young woman who wanted to dedicate her life to taking care of others.
A vigil will be held for slain nursing student Michelle Le at Samuel Merritt University in Oakland on Tuesday night.
When Hayward nursing student Michelle Le disappeared in May, the woman now charged with killing her was embroiled in a stormy, sometimes violent relationship that may have engulfed Le.
The search volunteer who found the body of missing nursing student Michelle Le is also the mother of a murdered daughter, authorities said Tuesday.
The Alameda County coroner’s bureau confirmed Monday evening that the body found in Niles Canyon Saturday morning is missing nursing student Michelle Le.
Murder suspect Giselle Esteban appeared in Alameda County Superior Court Monday on the charge that she killed nursing student Michelle Le, but her plea entry was postponed.
The woman accused of killing 26-year-old nursing student Michele Le was supposed to appear in court Monday morning to enter a plea, but she was a no show.
Giselle Esteban was arraigned Friday on a charge that she murdered her former high school classmate Michelle Le, a 26-year-old nursing student who disappeared in Hayward in May.
The arraignment for the woman charged with killing nursing student Michelle Le was postponed a second time on Friday so the court could appoint a public defender to represent her.