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A Hidden Valley Lake man has been arrested on suspicion of murder for the shooting death of his daughter. The victim’s grandmother called for help Tuesday night and when Sheriff’s Deputies and Cal Fire medics arrived at the home on Spyglass Drive they found 20-year-old Hannah Welch dead of a gunshot would. The suspect, her father, Steven Miller, had left the home but was found in the neighborhood within a few minutes and taken into custody. Miller was taken for a mental health evaluation before being taken to jail. As of this afternoon he was being held on $1 million bond with arraignment tentatively set for Friday. The Sheriff’s Office has not given any specifics on what led up to the shooting.

A Napa woman and her boyfriend have been convicted of the murder of her 3-year-old daughter. On Tuesday two juries in separate but simultaneous trials convicted Sarah Krueger and Ryan Warner of murder with special allegations of torture and assault in the death of Kayleigh Slusher in 2014. The Press Democrat reports police found the girl’s body during a welfare check at Krueger’s apartment. Police say she’d died the day before and Krueger and Warner stashed her body in a freezer then took her out and put her in bed as they fled Napa.

A documentary about Anderson Marsh State Historic Park has been nominated for an Emmy Award. The Film “A Walk Through Time: The Story of Anderson Marsh” has been included in the 46th annual Northern California Emmy Award nominations in the “Historic/Cultural-Program/Special” category. Lake County News reports the 28-minute film, which premiered at the Native American Day Gala in Clearlake in July 2015, was produced through a partnership with the California Department of Parks and Recreation, under the direction of archaeologist Leslie Steidl, and the Koi Nation of Northern California. The film looks at the history of the Koi people, a Pomo tribe that first colonized the Anderson Marsh area more than 14,000 years ago. The film was produced by Dino, Drake and Darin Beltran, Greg White and Dr. John Parker and directed by Daniel Bruns. In 2015, it received the Governor’s Historic Preservation Award.

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