Missing San Francisco college student found dead inside rental car after going on ‘erratic’ road trip
- Chris Liang, a 21-year-old University of San Francisco student, was found dead by the California Highway Patrol inside a rented Tesla in a ditch near Los Banos on Saturday and officially identified on Sunday.
- Chris was reported missing earlier this month after failing to show up in Irvine, where he was supposed to meet a friend.
- Jerry, Chris’ older brother, considered the planned trip from San Francisco to Irvine insane.”
- “He’s never driven from NorCal all the way to SoCal,” Jerry said. “He’s never booked a hotel on his own, and the premise – him just renting this Tesla, during the school week… and to do all these crazy things he’s been telling us about was just very concerning.”
- The 21-year-old’s brother, Jerry Liang, had gone to social media to ask for help in finding the missing student, stating that his family was extremely concerned due to the “erratic nature of this trip” and “mental health issues.”
Chris Liang, the 21-year-old University of San Francisco student who was reported missing earlier this month, was found dead inside a rented Tesla over the weekend.
Acting on a report of a car crash, the California Highway Patrol (CHP) found Chris’ rented vehicle overturned in a ditch along Panoche Road near California’s city of Los Banos on Saturday.
Four living Chinese American veterans who served during World War II were awarded Congressional Gold Medals in Fresno, Calif., over the weekend.
Why this matters: Signed by former President Donald Trump in 2018, the Chinese American World War II Veteran Congressional Medal Act recognizes Chinese Americans for their dedicated service.
A three-car crash left four people dead and injured three others in Fresno, California on Saturday night.
Officers identified the suspect as Irvin Villarreal, 18, who also died when he ran a red light and crashed into the victims’ vehicles during a street racing over the weekend at around 11:40 p.m., on Bullard and Palm avenues, KSEE reported.
A woman in Fresno, California took to Facebook to vent over some unsightly graffiti that defaced her father’s car and greeted her first thing Monday morning.
The message: “F**k Asions [sic] and coronyvirus!”
Six gang members were arrested after a shooting that took place at a house party in Fresno, California killed four in November, police announced on Tuesday.
The suspects, who claimed to be members of the Mongolian Boys Society, allegedly stormed the home of a rival gang known as the Asian Crips and opened fire at about 40 people watching a football game on Nov. 17.
Fresno Police are attempting to identify and track down two suspects who reportedly entered a family’s backyard event, fired into a crowd and hit ten men, killing four of them.
Fortunately, most of the women and children present were inside the home and therefore unharmed. However, three men — all Asians between the ages of 25 and 38 — were pronounced dead on the scene. One more male victim died at the hospital during surgery and other survivors who were initially in critical condition are now expected to recover.
A Fresno Police Officer and the first Hmong-American police officer in California’s Central Valley has been killed by a wrong way driver.
A police officer from Fresno, California solved a deadly hit-and-run case by turning his own brother in after evidence surfaced proving that he was the culprit.
The victim, identified as 33-year-old Kong Yang, was reportedly crossing Herndon Avenue near Millbrook on early Sunday morning when he was hit by a car driven by 22-year-old Cody Sanders, according to ABC30 News.
A female gang member was arrested by Fresno Police in California for illegal possession of firearms, but netizens are accusing the “hot gangster chick” for stealing their hearts instead.
The 20-year-old felon was identified as Mirella Ponce and a member of the “Tiny Rascal Gang,” according to police.