Search efforts for missing Morgan Hill teenager Sierra LaMar are the focus of two new short documentary films about the case created by a local independent filmmaker.
Dive teams using new tools were out again at Chesbro Reservoir in Morgan Hill, looking for the body of missing teenager Sierra LaMar.
As the time spent searching for missing Morgan Hill teenager Sierra LaMar nears three months, her family Wednesday announced a reward increase and new fliers to aid the search.
The court-appointed attorney for the man accused of kidnapping and murdering a Morgan Hill teenager has been removed from the case.
The Santa Clara County Sheriff’s Department announced there will be no further scheduled water searches in the Sierra LaMar case unless they receive tip-offs.
Antolin Garcia-Torres did not enter a plea to charges of murder and kidnapping in the case of Morgan Hill teen Sierra LaMar on Thursday. He appeared briefly with an attorney in Santa Clara County Superior Court and was ordered back in court on July 10.
Police still have not positively identified a woman’s body found in a trash can on a road near an upscale neighborhood in Pleasanton.
Investigators performed an autopsy Friday on a woman who was found inside a trash can in Pleasanton on Thursday.
Dive teams returned to the Uvas Reservoir Friday to search for the body of Morgan Hill teenager Sierra LaMar, who authorities believe was not taken far from her home before she was killed.
Antolin Garcia-Torres has been formally charged with kidnap and murder in connection with the disappearance of Morgan Hill teenager Sierra LaMar.