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The Nightmare Outcome Of A Son’s Mental Illness
Los Angeles Times

Cynthia Hernandez was thinking about the missing dog when she awoke early that September morning in her family’s two-story tract home, tucked away in a residential enclave north of a busy commercial corridor in Chino.

The 10-year-old cocker spaniel, Sandy, hadn’t been seen since the day before. She went outside to call the dog again, without luck. She came back in, took a shower and began ironing clothes for work.