Sunday, August 31, 2014
YOLO COUNTY NEWS
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The 300 block of Railroad Avenue and part of the city parking lot across the street were cordoned off Monday as emergency responders responded to the shooting. Debra DeAngelo/McNaughton Newspapers photo
A police canine follows the scent of the suspect, who fled the scene in an older tan van parked in the city parking lot to the left, directly in front of the white Chevy, across the street from Putah Creek Cafe. Debra DeAngelo/McNaughton Newspapers photo
Shooting victim Leslie Pinkston is loaded into an ambulance to be transported to a waiting Calstar helicopter for a flight to the UC Davis Medical Center in Sacramento. Pinkston, who was driving the black BMW at right, suffered gunshot wounds to her head, authorities said. She died at the hospital. Debra DeAngelo/McNaughton Newspapers photo
Shooting victim Leslie Pinkston. Courtesy photo
Friends of homicide victim Leslie Pinkston gather for a candlelight vigil Monday evening in downtown Winters. The mood was quiet, with lots of those attending in tears. Debra DeAngelo/McNaughton Newspapers photo
Aimiee Jasinowski, a friend of victim Leslie Pinkston's, helped coordinate Monday's candlelight vigil in her honor. Debra DeAngelo/McNaughton Newspapers photo
William Carl Gardner III is suspected of murder. Courtesy photo