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Bail Set At $3 Million Against Mario Garcia In Christie Wilson Murder Case

Mario Garcia, who is accused of murdering Christie Wilson was back in court attempting to get his bail reduced. Garcia had been held without bail; however, on Monday, the judge imposed a $3 million bail. Garcia’s attorney, Ron Peters, as any defense attorney would do claims his client is innocent.

Christie Wilson, who has been missing for over a month, was last seen leaving the Thunder Valley Casino in Lincoln with Mario Garcia, 53. He has been charged with murder in the case and pleaded not guilty

Outside of court Monday, Garcia’s attorney, Ron Peters, said that evidence “points a finger at another person” — Wilson’s boyfriend, Daniel Burlando.

“God forbid that they conducted an investigation to the exclusion of any other potential suspect. And that may be where this is heading,” Peters said.

Maybe Attorney Ron Peters would like to explain why his client, Mario Garcia, was treated for scratches, claw marks and a black eye at a medical facility after Christie Wilson’s disappearance? It is suspected that Christie Wilson put up a fight from the medical records that have been obtained by authorities.

The records show the 53-year old from Auburn went to a UC Davis Medical building on Bell Road, shortly after Christie disappeared.

He was apparently treated for scratches and claw marks on his arms, as well as a black eye.

Lt. George Malim of the Sheriff’s office told FOX40 this points to a struggle and he believes Christie may have put up a big fight before being murdered.

Searches went on Saturday by family, friends and volunteers to find the missing Christie Wilson.

Saturday, teams spread out along the winding roads of Highway 193 between Lincoln and Auburn looking for clues.

Searchers have been going through miles of grass all over the county for the past few weeks—still no sign of Christie. But, they say they aren’t even close to giving up.

“Hopefully we will be able to find something that leads us to her whereabouts,” according a volunteer who didn’t want to be identified.

Search teams also looked for Christie Wilson on Sunday with searchers and dog teams in an attempt to find any clues or leads into Christie’s disappearance.

Volunteers continued the search effort on Sunday, while Placer County sheriff’s deputies using tracking dogs combed an undisclosed area said to be comprised of 200 to 300 acres.

November 8th, 2005 at 02:15am Posted by | Christie Wilson, Mario Flabio Garcia, Missing, Missing Adult, Uncategorized | no comments

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