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The Fresno Bee from Fresno, California • A5

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The Fresno Beei
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Fresno, California
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A5
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SPECIALS OR, TA KE AN EXTRA OFF WHEN YOU US YOUR CARD OR PASS APPLY. SEE PA SS. MACY'S DISCOUNT DO ESN'T APPLY SPECIALS. WOW! PASS Fugger, an accident recon- struction expert, to the wit- ness stand. Fugger, who was on the witness list, went to Fresno on behalf of Grey- hound on the day of the crash to investigate.

He also assist- ed the CHP in its investiga- tion by trying to download in- formation from the CHP Lt. Rob Krider said the black box information would have allowed investi- gators to learn speed at the time of the crash, whether he hit the brakes and whether he tried to avoid the SUV. But the data from the black box was unusable, Krid- er said, telling the jury that sensors on the bus that feed the black box were likely damaged in the crash. In his testimony Thursday, Beels told the jury he often works with Fugger on Grey- hound cases. The lawyers also told the jury that Greyhound has paid Fugger about $100,000 for his work on the crash.

Both sides agree that Jew- ett, a 32-year veteran of Grey- hound, was making a run from Los Angeles to Sacra- mento when he arrived in Fresno at 1:45 a.m. About the same time, Garay, Cordoba and Gonzalez were wrapping up a night celebrating a birthday. The three young women were headed home around 2 a.m., traveling north on High- way 99 in the far right lane, or slow lane, when the SUV swerved away from an exit sign at the McKinley off-ramp and veered into the center median. The SUV rolled and then came to rest on its side in the left lane, or fast lane. After the Greyhound struck the overturned SUV, the bus continued on the highway more than 400 feet before going down an em- bankment and plowing into a eucalyptus tree, killing Jewett and passengers Epifania So- lis, 60, of Madera, and Tomas Ponce, 79, of Winton.

Before excusing the jury for the weekend, Judge Do- nald S. Black told the panel that closing arguments and jury instructions will take all day Monday, so jury deliber- ations will commence Tues- day. For the plaintiffs to prevail, at least nine of the 12 jurors must find Greyhound at fault. The decision must be based on the preponderance of evidence that the evi- dence is more likely true than not true. The case is difficult be- cause some witnesses have said that Gonzalez, who had no alcohol in her body, was driving when the SUV over- turned.

Other witnesses have testified that many drivers missed the overturned vehi- cle and had turned on their emergency flashers and left their lights on to warn others. Krider of the CHP, howev- er, has testified that Jewett did not have enough time to avoid the collision. EContact Pablo Lopez: (559) 441-6434 or on Twitter. GREYHOUND Continued from A3 No evidence links accused killer Robert Durst to a wom- disappearance in Oak- land in 1997, but police are looking for connections be- tween him and a Northern California teen who vanished the same year, authorities said. Oakland police said they looked at ties between Durst, 71, and the disappearance of 18-year-old Kristen Modafferi in 1997 and find any.

Meanwhile, hundreds of miles north in Eureka, police are also looking into a possi- ble connection between Durst and a girl who went missing. are very interested in any information Mr. Durst may have in connection with the of Karen Mitchell, said Eureka police Capt. Steve Watson, who did not identify Durst as either a suspect or person of interest in the 1997 case. Although life has seen a series of high-profile brushes with the law, suspi- cions about him exploded in- to a national sensation as they played out in a six-part HBO series, Agents took Durst into cus- tody the day before finale, in which Durst uttered a possible confession after the filming stopped but his mi- crophone continued re- cording.

them all, of Durst muttered after step- ping away from the set. Durst was arrested Satur- day in New Orleans in con- nection with the 2000 fatal shooting of writer Susan Ber- man at her Benedict Canyon home. He was charged Mon- day with murder, and the next day transferred to a mental health facility at a state-run prison in Louisiana. His extradition to Califor- nia has been delayed as au- thorities in New Orleans deal with lesser allegations against him stemming from a revolver and marijuana au- thorities found in his hotel room there. Meanwhile, New York au- thorities remain interested in Durst as they continue to in- vestigate what happened to his first wife, Kathleen, who disappeared in 1982.

Kathleen Durst vanished after she expressed the desire for a divorce. To a friend, she had confided worries about what her husband might do. Following the disappear- ance, Berman acted as an formal for Durst and police suspect that Durst killed her to prevent her from speaking to police. Durst could face the death penalty for the murder charge with special circumstances. Less than a year after Ber- death, Durst turned up in Galveston, Texas, in con- nection with the killing of an elderly neighbor, Morris Black.

dismembered body, in several plastic bags, was discovered in the waters offshore. A trail of clues led to arrest. Durst deny dismem- bering Black, but he said he inadvertently shot him while wrestling a gun from him. A jury acquitted him in 2003. Police check cold cases for possible Durst connection Los Angeles Times.

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