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Pregnant Sacramento woman's vehicle found, a body found inside.


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UPDATE: Missing pregnant woman found dead in car in Elk Grove

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Elk Grove police confirmed Monday night the vehicle belonging to missing pregnant woman Aubrey Andrews was discovered in a parking lot.

Police: Pregnant Sacramento woman missing


UPDATE: Missing pregnant woman found dead in car in Elk Grove

ORIGINAL STORY:

It's been more than a week since a pregnant woman left her Sacramento home only to not be heard from since by her local family and friends.

Sacramento police want to hear from anyone who knows anything about the whereabouts of 20-year-old Aubrey Andrews. She was last seen on Saturday, Dec. 6 about 10 p.m. in her white 4-door Toyota Prius near her home on the 5900 block of Jacinto Avenue.

Andrews' family told police she was upset when they last had contact with her and her disappearance is unusual.

Investigators seek information on witnesses, car in south Sacramento park murder


Sacramento police detectives would like to find two teenage girls they believe are witnesses to a murder at Rutter Park in south Sacramento just after midnight on Oct. 30.

Investigators also want to find a particular car captured on traffic cameras right after the shooting that is perhaps connected to the crime. The car, described as a 2010 or newer black, four-door vehicle, similar to a Toyota Camry, Nissan Altima or Chevy, with a chrome stripe down the side may have been the one used by the shooter.

The teen girls were described as African -American and they were walking on Palmer House Drive when a dark-colored car pulled up to them. There was a conversation between the girls and two young men inside of the vehicle. The car's occupants were described as African-American, 17 or 18 years old and 5 feet 9-10 inches tall. At some point, one of the pair inside of the car fatally shot the man in the park.

Two victims in south Sacramento fire


The Sacramento Fire Department tweeted Thursday morning there was a fire in south Sacramento near 24th Street and Fruitridge Road.

Two victims were pulled from the fire, but did not survive.

Fire department spokesperson Robert Padilla said it appeared the residence did not have operable smoke detectors.

No information has been given on the cause of the fire.


Tree falls onto moving car in south Sacramento


A tree fell on a woman's car while she was still in it Thursday night in south Sacramento.

The woman was driving along Bruceville Road, between Kaiser South and Methodist Hospital before 8 p.m., when a tree suddenly fell and hit her car, Sacramento City Fire said.

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Fire officials said the woman was not injured.

The driver told emergency crews that it happened so fast that she didn't have time to react.


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