Skip to comments.Cold case love triangle headed for court
Posted on 01/04/2013 11:30:30 PM PST by thecodont
Even in the messy world of love triangles, the predicament that Raymond Edward Wong faced in November 1999 was a tight spot.
Girlfriend No. 1, who lived with the computer systems expert in Pinole, had announced she was four months pregnant with the couple's second child. But in a Sacramento maternity ward lay a newborn girl, Wong's first child with Girlfriend No. 2. And she was itching to settle down as well.
According to authorities preparing to prosecute the 41-year-old Wong for murder, he fixed his dilemma by uniting the two women - each of whom knew of the other - for a drive into the Nevada desert.
The first girlfriend, 21-year-old Alice Sin, never came home. The second, Jessica Tang, who was then 25, moved in with Wong within days and married him a short time later.
Pinole police entered the case when Wong reported that Sin had vanished. Almost from the start, though, detectives suspected she was dead, not missing, a fear that was confirmed two months later when her remains turned up off a dirt road east of Reno.
But it would be a dozen years before investigators fulfilled what had become a fervent mission, arresting Wong on Dec. 24, 2011, on suspicion of murder.
Now, as the case heads toward a February preliminary hearing of the prosecution's evidence, court records are revealing what prompted the arrest: an aggressive, go-for-broke police grilling of Girlfriend No. 2.
Read more: http://www.sfgate.com/crime/article/Cold-case-love-triangle-headed-for-court-4166311.php#ixzz2H5F7twUL
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You so wong.
Two little wongs don’t make it right.
I know that I should just accept the current low standard of writing that is permitted for “journalists” these days, but this is just so awful. For example:
But in a Sacramento maternity ward lay a newborn girl, Wong’s first child with Girlfriend No. 2. And she was itching to settle down as well.
Wow! That is some precocious infant! I wonder where she eventually settled down.
Well, at least he attempted to leave Sin behind. (Alice Sin)
“The pleasure of Sin is soon gone, but the Tang remains.”
You are too clever.
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