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Authorities think they have found Pasco slaying suspect's truck near Mexico

LAND O'LAKES

Abandoned truck linked to slaying suspect

A pickup believed to be owned by Justo Arturo Moreno-Gonzalez, wanted in a recent Land O'Lakes slaying, turned up in Texas near the Mexican border, sheriff's spokesman Kevin Doll said. The abandoned truck was discovered in the town of Alamo on May 4, the same day the body of Diane Yeager-Lombard was found on the front porch of her Bahia Loop home. She had been shot. A few days earlier, Yeager-Lombard, 51, had filed a harassment complaint against Moreno-Gonzalez, saying that he started out doing odd jobs for her around her property but began showing up uninvited. She thought he had romantic feelings for her. Doll said a grand jury has indicted Moreno-Gonzalez, and sheriff's deputies are now working with federal immigration officials to begin the process of finding him and bringing him in. He is believed to be in Mexico.

COUNTYWIDE

Buses on holiday schedule Monday

County buses will provide fixed route service Monday, but will operate on the holiday schedule because it is Memorial Day. For information, call Pasco County Public Transportation at (727) 834-3322 or TTY toll-free at 1-800-338-5430 between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m., or visit www.ridepcpt.com.

Pasco deaths

Beaz, Ralph

Coonfield, Jomji

Davies, Robert H.

Frantz, Mark A.

Hines, Lillian A.

Hurley, Margaret E.

Ostrander, Sharon E.

Quaranto, Joseph "Joe"

Roland, David

Shanks, Glenn A.

Smith, Helen

Vaporis, Barbara A.

This list is from detailed obituaries published in Section B.

Authorities think they have found Pasco slaying suspect's truck near Mexico 05/23/08 [Last modified: Sunday, May 25, 2008 7:00pm]
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