An Oakland man accused of murdering federal investigator Sandra Coke in August appeared in Alameda County Superior Court Monday for the start of the case’s preliminary hearing.
A previously convicted killer has been charged with murder in Alameda County Superior Court for the death of an Oakland woman whose body was found in Vacaville in August after she was reported missing five days earlier.
Oakland police have arrested a prime suspect in the disappearance and death of a federal criminal investigator whose body was found in Vacaville more than two months ago.
A career criminal and sex offender who was the last person to see slain federal criminal investigator Sandra Coke says the two planned to wed.
A judge revoked the parole for a convicted killer Friday who is described by Oakland police as a person of interest in the death of a woman whose body was found in Vacaville last week after she was reported missing earlier this month.
The man described by Oakland police as a person interest in the death of Oakland woman Sandra Coke was recalled by a former prosecutor Tuesday as a good-looking career criminal with charm who belonged to a prison gang.
Police spokeswoman Johnna Watson said at a brief news conference at police headquarters Tuesday afternoon that the department is unable to more details about the case at this point.
Law enforcement officials said they have located an unidentified woman’s body in Vacaville during their search Friday afternoon for missing Oakland woman Sandra Coke.
Authorities gathered in Vallejo Thursday night to conduct a search in connection with the disappearance of 50-year-old federal investigator Sandra Coke. Meanwhile, a man who once dated Coke has been detained and questioned in the case.
Friends and family members of Sandra Coke plastered her North Oakland neighborhood with flyers Wednesday, in the hopes that someone will come forward with information about her whereabouts.