PLACERVILLE (CBS13) — Two months after a California mom vanished, her husband is now charged with her death. On Saturday, the El Dorado County Sheriff’s Office said Heather Gumina’s remains were found in Pleasant Valley as they arrested her husband. Search teams took over the area, trying to find her. Then, weeks ago, her pink and black car was found on an abandoned road in Pleasant Valley. CBS13 spoke with Heather Gumina’s mother. She says she is waiting for her daughter’s autopsy results to be completed. Her husband, Anthony Gumina, is now in custody. On Monday, Anthony Gumina’s family spoke out, claiming he is not responsible for his wife’s death. Gumina’s first cousin, Robert Shawaluk, says he grew up with Gumina. READ: 3 Now Arrested In Connection To Deadly Beating Of Man Mistaken As Sex Offender He tells CBS13, “The truth will come out. It will come out. Tony is not the murderer, he’s not.” Gumina was booked … [Read more...] about Husband Charged With Missing Mom’s Death After Remains Found In Pleasant Valley
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PLEASANT VALLEY (CBS13) — New information was released in the murder case of an El Dorado County man accused of killing his wife. The District Attorney in El Dorado County officially charged 44-year-old Anthony Gumina with the murder of his wife, Heather Gumina Waters. Gumina made his first appearance in court Tuesday. Heather Gumina Waters had been missing for months when her body was found in Pleasant Valley. The District Attorney’s office is now shedding light on what they believe may have motivated him to kill his wife. “He wasn’t facing anybody, to me, body language says a lot,” says a long-time friend of the couple who showed up in court. She says she knew Gumina Waters as a young girl and wore pink in her honor to the court appearance. READ: Gov. Newsom Signs Bill Banning Schools From Suspending Students For ‘Willful Defiance’ Gumina appeared in court, silent. He looked dazed, with his eyes focused straight ahead. He avoided looking … [Read more...] about Potential Motive Revealed Through Court Documents In El Dorado County Murder Case
Terence Bell and Paul Cronin grew up in the same neighborhood, a humble, blue-collar section of Santa Rosa known as Indian Village. Bell didn’t know it, until one day as a young teen, playing basketball with friends in someone’s front yard, he noticed Cronin bringing groceries to a neighbor. Turned out it was Cronin’s single mother. “He must have been in his mid-20s,” Bell said. “I just remembered watching how he treated and supported her. It was how he treated and supported others in general. It made quite an impression.” Bell is now Piner’s first-year head football coach. Cronin is in his 17th season at Cardinal Newman. Cronin, a 1991 Piner graduate and record-breaking quarterback, was supposed to be Bell’s high school coach. Bell, who played quarterback as a youth, was counting on it. But five years after returning to Piner to lead the Prospectors’ program back to prominence, Cronin left his alma mater to take a position in … [Read more...] about Head coaches in Cardinal Newman-Piner playoff game are good friends
close Video Victor Davis Hanson: Our ancestors were fearless builders and pioneers. Today we delay, idle and gripe Members of previous generations now seem like giants. When did we become so small? Many of the stories about the gods and heroes of Greek mythology were compiled during Greek Dark Ages. Impoverished tribes passed down oral traditions that originated after the fall of the lost palatial civilizations of the Mycenaean Greeks. Dark Age Greeks tried to make sense of the massive ruins of their forgotten forbearers’ monumental palaces that were still standing around. As illiterates, they were curious about occasional clay tablets they plowed up in their fields with incomprehensible ancient Linear B inscriptions. We of the 21st century are beginning to look back at our own lost epic times and wonder about these now-nameless giants who left behind monuments that we cannot replicate, but instead merely use or even mock. ANCIENT GREEK THRONE ROOM MAY HAVE … [Read more...] about Victor Davis Hanson: Members of previous generations now seem like giants — When did we become so small?
It’s a new season, Phil Ferrigno has reminded his Lincoln football team. Last season is long gone. It was in the rearview mirror even before the first spring practice. “It’s always fun to think about, though,” Ferrigno said. “Always helpful to draw upon.” The 2018 Lincoln season was perfect. Thirteen wins. No losses. A first state bowl championship. Almost half (19) of the 40 players on that roster graduated, including The Chronicle’s San Francisco Player of the Year, starting quarterback and safety Jovon Baker. The Mustangs, who outscored opponents 449-128, graduated their top two rushers and receivers, top tackler, sacker, ball hawk and kicker. “More than all that talent, they just did everything the right way,” Ferrigno said. “They had great senior leaders.” Ferrigno knew the cupboard wasn’t nearly empty entering 2019. But he probably couldn’t have predicted this: On the heels of another dominating … [Read more...] about State champion Lincoln a title contender again despite graduation losses