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Kitchen case to go to trial

Kitchen case to go to trial

Paul Mann Mad River Union EUREKA – A Superior Court judge has ordered Marci Kitchen, 39, of Fortuna to be arraigned on May 25 for all the vehicular manslaughter charges brought against her last September in connection with the deaths of two 14-year-old girls, her daughter Kiya and her close friend Faith Tsarnas. Deputy District

Kitchen hit & run case postponed again

Paul Mann Mad River Union EUREKA – The judge in Marci Kitchen’s vehicular manslaughter case has granted a defense motion for a second continuance, postponing the Fortuna woman’s preliminary hearing until March 20. It had been set for Dec. 5. Despite the state’s pro forma opposition, Superior Court Judge Joyce D. Hinrichs readily found “good

Parents battle in Fortuna hit & run tragedy

Paul Mann Mad River Union EUREKA – Compounding the despair of their teenage daughter’s July 13 hit-and-run death, divorcees Joseph and Marcia Kitchen are fighting over the custody and visitation of their 17-year-old son. They are equally embattled over the cremated remains of their 14-year-old daughter, Kiya. In court documents, Joseph Kitchen accuses his ex-wife

Parents battle in Fortuna hit & run tragedy

Paul Mann Mad River Union EUREKA – Compounding the despair of their teenage daughter’s July 13 hit-and-run death, divorcees Joseph and Marcia Kitchen are fighting over the custody and visitation of their 17-year-old son. They are equally embattled over the cremated remains of their 14-year-old daughter, Kiya. In court documents, Joseph Kitchen accuses his ex-wife

Fortuna’s grief likened to Newtown’s

Paul Mann Mad River Union HYDESVILLE – At a Saturday afternoon funeral service, Pastor Michael Delamarian III of Hydesville Community Church compared the grief inflicted by the hit-and-run deaths of two teenagers near Fortuna to the misery that engulfed Newtown, Conn. in the wake of the Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre at Christmastime in 2012.

Fortuna’s grief likened to Newtown’s

Paul Mann Mad River Union HYDESVILLE – At a Saturday afternoon funeral service, Pastor Michael Delamarian III of Hydesville Community Church compared the grief inflicted by the hit-and-run deaths of two teenagers near Fortuna to the misery that engulfed Newtown, Conn. in the wake of the Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre at Christmastime in 2012.

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