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Gardner Found Guilty of Murder After Less Than Three Hours Deliberation

Oct 31, 2014
Gardner Found Guilty of Murder After Less Than Three Hours Deliberation

By Antoinnette Borbon In what took less than three hours of deliberation, the jury members were escorted back into court to give their verdicts. A Yolo County Jury determined that William Gardner was guilty of the murder of Leslie Pinkston on November 18, 2013. The jury returned verdicts of Guilty on all charges and found...

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Boyfriend Testifies In Gardner Homicide Trial

Oct 29, 2014

by Antoinnette Borbon On Friday of last week, the boyfriend of Leslie Pinkston began the first part of a lengthy testimony. Keilae Johnson returned to finish up his testimony by defense attorney in the case against William Gardner. William Gardner the III is alleged to have lain in wait for his ex-girlfriend in the back seat of...

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Witnesses Unravel Tale Of Abusive Pattern In Pinkston Shooting

by Antoinnette Borbon  The courtroom was packed with friends and family of Leslie Pinkston today, often in tears during testimonies about the defendant’s abusive pattern. Testimony given alleged that the defendant, William Gardner, had been using women to prostitute for him. As the day progressed, a tale of events unfolded leading up to the shooting death...

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Dramatic dialogue between News 13 reporter and Murder Suspect

by Antoinnette Borbon Ending the first week of trial in the case against William Gardner the III, jurors listened to a videotaped conversation between Derek Shorn, a news reporter for channel 13 and the defendant. Derek Shorn sat on the witness stand as prosecution played the videotape with an audio recording of the call between...

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Witnesses Describe The Scene In Winter’s Shooting Death Of Leslie Pinkston

by Antoinnette Borbon The day began with opening statements about the specifics of November 18th, 2013. William Gardner the III is charged with lying in wait and then shooting his ex-girlfriend in downtown Winters. In the early morning hours of November 18th, 2013, an off duty officer described riding his motorcycle thru town with a friend. He...

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Judge Allows Jurors to Hear Past Domestic Convictions, As Winters Murder Trial Begins

by Antoinnette Borbon William Gardner is being charged with lying in wait for his ex- girlfriend and then shooting her to death in Winters last year.  Gardner, whose lengthy criminal past included five prior incidents of domestic violence, drug possession and vandalism, sat emotionless.  Both District Attorney Jeff Riesig and Deputy District Attorney Deanna Hays argued to keep all...

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FOX40
Large Hay Fire Near Winters Allowed to Burn Out

Jun 6, 2014

WINTERS-

A large fire burned through the night at a hay business outside Winters. No one was injured, and firefighters are letting the fire burn itself out.

It started around 11 p.m. Thursday, and brought out three fire engines and …


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Police investigate shooting in downtown Winters; schools on lockdown

Nov 18, 2013
Police investigate shooting in downtown Winters; schools on lockdown

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Police in Winters are investigating a shooting along Railroad Avenue Monday morning.

All six schools in Winters were placed on a precautionary lockdown. District officials say all students and staff are safe.

Keep checking back with FOX40 and FOX40.com …


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Rabid Fox Caught near Winters

Nov 15, 2013
Rabid Fox Caught near Winters

YOLO COUNTY—

Yolo County authorities are asking residents to be on alert after a rabid fox attacked two horses.

The fox, said to be a juvenile, was caught Friday after it had attacked the horses near Putah Creek Road and …


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Saturday Dinner At The Buckhorn Cafe In Winters

Saturday Dinner At The Buckhorn Cafe In Winters

On Saturday, Jan, Steve, Dannette, Stacy, and I went to celebrate my 57th birthday at the Buckhorn Café in Winters.I had never been to the Buckhorn. I was taken aback by the prices, but there was no arguing that the food was excellent. I ended up sp...

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