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There are 44 comments on the News10 Sacramento story from Nov 11, 2007, titled Family of Davis Shooting Victim Offers Reward for Ex-Boyfriend'.... In it, News10 Sacramento reports that:

The family of young woman shot at a Davis motel allegedly by her ex-boyfriend Saturday is offering a $10,000 reward to help find the suspect in the case.

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i watch crime

Sacramento, CA

#1 Nov 11, 2007
If gas weren't so expensive I'd drive to the border and wait for him there. I could use 10k
Jennifer

Elk Grove, CA

#2 Nov 11, 2007
I feel sad for the family and I am glad this woman will recover. Stalking is a serious crime and it usually leads to violence even with a restraining order.
I hope they catch this man as he is extremely dangerous.

“Educate everyone.”

Since: Aug 07

Sacramento, California

#3 Nov 11, 2007
On the news her family would only say that she would "never lead a normal life" but they wouldn't say anything else.

I wonder what those bullets did to her.

Since: Oct 07

Location hidden

#4 Nov 11, 2007
Looken wrote:
On the news her family would only say that she would "never lead a normal life" but they wouldn't say anything else.
I wonder what those bullets did to her.
Sick. Sick. I pray this creature is soon apprehended and confined. It should not be permitted to harm others.

I will continue to offer prayers for this woman and for her family.
Chris

Carmichael, CA

#5 Nov 11, 2007
Why was a now 19 year old girl with a now 36 year old man 2 years ago? Why the heck did the father not do something then? Come on! If that was my daughter, this guy would have been history when the realtionship started!
imaami

Rancho Cordova, CA

#6 Nov 11, 2007
Looken wrote:
On the news her family would only say that she would "never lead a normal life" but they wouldn't say anything else.
I wonder what those bullets did to her.
It's not the physical damage but the emotional damage that will change this young womans life.

She will most likely have PTSD and will have to get treatment for it for the rest of her life.

Victims of violent crimes are never given the help that they truly need. But the criminals always get their constitutional rights in prison.
Lessons Learned

Singapore, Singapore

#8 Nov 12, 2007
Chris~There are a lot of predators out there who target young naive girls. And when the parents find out they tell the girls to stop...and if they see the guy they tell him to stay away. Lots of girls know its gonna cause their folks to flip out...and the predator isn't exactly going to become friendly with the adults in the family. I'm almost certain they would have asked him about his age, job, family, etc.

It's harder once the girl turns 18. But that being said the parents DID get a restraining order after discovering the guy wouldn't leave her alone. And she told police she hadn't spoken to him in over a year. So they would have thought "Case Closed".

This Mejia is obviously deranged...it seems he set the girl up by using someone else to lure her to the Davis motel, which was actually UNDER HIS NAME! It may be that he intended to kidnap, torture and kill her.

I'm surprised the other individual isn't also under arrest...if he also isn't on the run!
Get this guy

Sacramento, CA

#9 Nov 12, 2007
My prayers go out to this young woman and her family. May she recover and find herself stronger because of this. I hope they catch all of the crazy lunatics associated to this act of violence SOON! Get them off our streets...or anyone else's streets for that matter.
PMan

Sacramento, CA

#10 Nov 12, 2007
This tragedy could have been prevented if it wasn't for the damn impotent government's non-response to ILLEGAL IMMIGRATION.
DMVV

Oakland, CA

#11 Nov 12, 2007
is this jerk in this country legally ?
Cash

Sacramento, CA

#12 Nov 12, 2007
Another scum illegal mexican. Open borders are great, huh?
Narbs

Sacramento, CA

#13 Nov 12, 2007
It would be nice to see Law enforcement and local media team up and report that she is recovering in a specific hospital(not the one she's at, of course) and then wait for the scuzzball to go see her and then arrest his azz!!!
Lommori

AOL

#14 Nov 12, 2007
She is a great person and very strong and smart and has a great support system . I strongly believe in Karma and this guy is going down

“Educate everyone.”

Since: Aug 07

Sacramento, California

#15 Nov 12, 2007
Who said this guy was illegal?
Chris

Roseville, CA

#17 Nov 12, 2007
Who cares that the parents got a restraining order? That was obviously not enough. As a father, you are responsible for removing the problem, period! That man was in his thirties dating a 16-17 year old. The father should have stopped at nothing to take care of it. You don't just get a restraining order and hope everything will work out. I am so sick of parents not doing whatever it takes when things like this happen. Do you love your daughters? If so, why did you let it happen, and now that it has, why are you not out busting your butt to find this guy? You can't sit back and hope someone else finds him.
Lessons Learned wrote:
Chris~There are a lot of predators out there who target young naive girls. And when the parents find out they tell the girls to stop...and if they see the guy they tell him to stay away. Lots of girls know its gonna cause their folks to flip out...and the predator isn't exactly going to become friendly with the adults in the family. I'm almost certain they would have asked him about his age, job, family, etc.
It's harder once the girl turns 18. But that being said the parents DID get a restraining order after discovering the guy wouldn't leave her alone. And she told police she hadn't spoken to him in over a year. So they would have thought "Case Closed".
This Mejia is obviously deranged...it seems he set the girl up by using someone else to lure her to the Davis motel, which was actually UNDER HIS NAME! It may be that he intended to kidnap, torture and kill her.
I'm surprised the other individual isn't also under arrest...if he also isn't on the run!
Gil

Auburn, CA

#18 Nov 12, 2007
So this is where all of Sacramento's ignorant racists voice their opinion online, huh? Gosh I really miss the days when only smart people knew how to use computers.

What sickens me is that to all of you, his *supposed* illegal citizenship is FAR worse than what he did to this poor girl.
MaJiK dON jUAN

Cinebar, WA

#19 Nov 12, 2007
Hey, I saw that guy (pictured on the 1st page)at Carneceria Lopez yesterday buying Carnitas and tortillas on Fruitridge & Franklin...Wait, they all look alike. Nevermind. I hope they catch this SOB though, I can sure use 10k. And buy more hoes.
flossgirl

Antelope, CA

#20 Nov 12, 2007
Chris wrote:
Who cares that the parents got a restraining order? That was obviously not enough. As a father, you are responsible for removing the problem, period! That man was in his thirties dating a 16-17 year old. The father should have stopped at nothing to take care of it. You don't just get a restraining order and hope everything will work out. I am so sick of parents not doing whatever it takes when things like this happen. Do you love your daughters? If so, why did you let it happen, and now that it has, why are you not out busting your butt to find this guy? You can't sit back and hope someone else finds him.
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I agree....I don't really understand how a girl that age was dating a man that age. It don't understand how it happens either. I don't buy the rationale either that nowadays teenagers are sly and get this type of behavior past their parents. You either are involved enough in your kids lives to know what is going on or your not. My kids aren't teenagers yet, they are very small, but I can guarantee you one thing, my husband and I would never have allowed this, it never would have even happened? I don't get it...
Ann

Lodi, CA

#21 Nov 12, 2007
I hope they find him and lock him up for ever this was a cruel thing to do to this poor girl. my prayers are with the family.

“Educate everyone.”

Since: Aug 07

Sacramento, California

#22 Nov 12, 2007
Gil wrote:
So this is where all of Sacramento's ignorant racists voice their opinion online, huh? Gosh I really miss the days when only smart people knew how to use computers.
What sickens me is that to all of you, his *supposed* illegal citizenship is FAR worse than what he did to this poor girl.
Yeah... but there are only one or two of these bigots.

I've already got one of them pegged. They never stick around long.

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