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Abbey of the Chimes Skyview Memorial Lawn

Rollingwood Drive & Ben
Vallejo, CA 94591
(707) 644-7474
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All Souls Cemetery and Mausoleum

550 Glen Cove Parkway
Vallejo, CA 94591
(707) 644-5209
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Colonial Chapels

1000 Redwood Street
Vallejo, CA 94590
(707) 643-0391
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Cooley and Riolo Mortuary

505 Couch Street
Vallejo, CA 94590
(707) 644-3882
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Skyview Memorial Lawn

200 Rollingwood Drive
Vallejo, CA 94591
(707) 644-7474
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Wiggins-Knipp Funeral Home

524 Capitol Street
Vallejo, CA 94590
(707) 642-4459
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Man who killed three in Fort Worth is first execution of 2017 - Fort Worth Star Telegram

Monday, January 23, 2017

He was convicted of capital murder by a Tarrant County jury for fatally shooting Willie Freeman and Mike Silva on Oct. 28, 2005. He also admitted in a taped confession that he killed Gilbert Vallejo, 47, a day earlier outside a south-side bar during a dispute about a payphone.240 People executed by lethal injection in Texas since 1982During his trial, Wilkins testified and admitted to his crimes, saying he didn’t care whether he received life in prison or the death penalty.Jurors took 90 minutes to decide he should die. But Wilkins later changed his mind and appealed his execution, initially scheduled for October 2015.His attorneys, Sheard and Seth Waxman, argued in their appeal to the Supreme Court that he received ineffective counsel from his previous lawyers during his trial and in the appeals process.“The attorneys who represented Wilkins produced [an appeal] that had no chance whatsoever of benefiting the client and it was produced at a great cost to Tarrant County taxpayers,” Sheard said Wednesday.‘I don’t care’ Wilkins arrived in Fort Worth in 2005 after stealing a pickup truck in Houston, where he was living in a halfway house. He had been released from a federal prison in California earlier that year.Christopher Chubasco Wilkins, 48, was the first person executed this year in the United States and the first of four men from Tarrant County scheduled to be put to death in Texas in 2017.Wilkins told jurors he killed Freeman because Freeman ripped him off in a drug deal and laughed at him. Freeman’s friend, Silva, was killed because he was in the wrong place at the wrong time.Prosecutors presented evidence that Wilkins decided to kill Freeman after Freeman tricked Wilkins into paying $20 for a piece of gravel that Freeman passed off as crack cocaine, court documents stated. Wilkins told Freeman he had a stash of drugs and guns across town and Silva agreed to drive them there. Wilkins shot Freeman in the back of the head during the trip on Oct. 28, 2005, and shot Silva three times as he tried to escape, according to appeals court documents. Vallejo was killed because he made Wilkins mad.Wilkins also said he nea...

JaNel Anderson Bay - Davisclipper

Monday, September 19, 2016

March 3, 1935, in Junction, Utah. She grew up the third child in a close-knit family of eleven children. She married Elvon Leone Bay in the Salt Lake Temple on August 19, 1954. They lived in Vallejo and San Diego, CA while Elvon finished his military obligations to the Navy. She attended the University of Utah for a year along with Elvon before her first child was born but afterward wholeheartedly devoted herself to mothering and homemaking.JaNel was an avid gardener. Many family members and neighbors relied on her to nurse sick plants back to lush health. Her vegetables and apricots not only fed her year-round but also ended up on the plates of many friends, neighbors, and family members. She was passionate about being a good steward and left the soil richer everywhere she lived.She nurtured people every bit as much as she did plants. She and Elvon moved often as he pursued career opportunities in construction management. They lived in Salt Lake City; Canoga Park, CA; Chula Vista, CA; Seattle, WA; Lake Zurich, IL; and Bountiful. In the midst of these frequent uprootings, JaNel provided cheerful, optimistic support for their seven children. She cared for grandchildren when they needed a home, and nursed Elvon and then her mother in their final illnesses.She instilled in her children a love of books and ideas and encoura...

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Man who killed three in Fort Worth is first execution of 2017 - Fort Worth Star Telegram

Monday, January 23, 2017

He was convicted of capital murder by a Tarrant County jury for fatally shooting Willie Freeman and Mike Silva on Oct. 28, 2005. He also admitted in a taped confession that he killed Gilbert Vallejo, 47, a day earlier outside a south-side bar during a dispute about a payphone.240 People executed by lethal injection in Texas since 1982During his trial, Wilkins testified and admitted to his crimes, saying he didn’t care whether he received life in prison or the death penalty.Jurors took 90 minutes to decide he should die. But Wilkins later changed his mind and appealed his execution, initially scheduled for October 2015.His attorneys, Sheard and Seth Waxman, argued in their appeal to the Supreme Court that he received ineffective counsel from his previous lawyers during his trial and in the appeals process.“The attorneys who represented Wilkins produced [an appeal] that had no chance whatsoever of benefiting the client and it was produced at a great cost to Tarrant County taxpayers,” Sheard said Wednesday.‘I don’t care’ Wilkins arrived in Fort Worth in 2005 after stealing a pickup truck in Houston, where he was living in a halfway house. He had been released from a federal prison in California earlier that year.Christopher Chubasco Wilkins, 48, was the first person executed this year in the United States and the first of four men from Tarrant County scheduled to be put to death in Texas in 2017.Wilkins told jurors he killed Freeman because Freeman ripped him off in a drug deal and laughed at him. Freeman’s friend, Silva, was killed because he was in the wrong place at the wrong time.Prosecutors presented evidence that Wilkins decided to kill Freeman after Freeman tricked Wilkins into paying $20 for a piece of gravel that Freeman passed off as crack cocaine, court documents stated. Wilkins told Freeman he had a stash of drugs and guns across town and Silva agreed to drive them there. Wilkins shot Freeman in the back of the head during the trip on Oct. 28, 2005, and shot Silva three times as he tried to escape, according to appeals court documents. Vallejo was killed because he made Wilkins mad.Wilkins also said he nea...

JaNel Anderson Bay - Davisclipper

Monday, September 19, 2016

March 3, 1935, in Junction, Utah. She grew up the third child in a close-knit family of eleven children. She married Elvon Leone Bay in the Salt Lake Temple on August 19, 1954. They lived in Vallejo and San Diego, CA while Elvon finished his military obligations to the Navy. She attended the University of Utah for a year along with Elvon before her first child was born but afterward wholeheartedly devoted herself to mothering and homemaking.JaNel was an avid gardener. Many family members and neighbors relied on her to nurse sick plants back to lush health. Her vegetables and apricots not only fed her year-round but also ended up on the plates of many friends, neighbors, and family members. She was passionate about being a good steward and left the soil richer everywhere she lived.She nurtured people every bit as much as she did plants. She and Elvon moved often as he pursued career opportunities in construction management. They lived in Salt Lake City; Canoga Park, CA; Chula Vista, CA; Seattle, WA; Lake Zurich, IL; and Bountiful. In the midst of these frequent uprootings, JaNel provided cheerful, optimistic support for their seven children. She cared for grandchildren when they needed a home, and nursed Elvon and then her mother in their final illnesses.She instilled in her children a love of books and ideas and encoura...