DM veterinarian Robert Stonebreaker f...

DM veterinarian Robert Stonebreaker found dead after traffic accident

There are 34 comments on the Del Mar Times story from Jan 17, 2010, titled DM veterinarian Robert Stonebreaker found dead after traffic accident. In it, Del Mar Times reports that:

A man found dead on the driveway of a Rancho Santa Fe house Sunday was identified as a 53-year-old veterinarian from Del Mar.

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BONNIE MITCHELL

El Cajon, CA

#21 Jan 21, 2010
I am so deeply sadden and in complete shock over the passing of Dr. Stonebreaker. Our prayers go out to Pam and the children. My husband and I not only considered him our vet but also our friend. He will be truely missed.
bmitchell

El Cajon, CA

#22 Jan 21, 2010
Knoxville wrote:
What about his little boy? Dr Stonebreaker and Pam's son?
Some how he has not been mentioned but we all know how Bob loved him and the girls.
The Lindenmeyer Family

AOL

#23 Jan 21, 2010
Our family is deeply saddened by the horrible news about our beloved Dr. Stonebreaker. He has taken care of 11 of our guinea pigs over the past 14 years. His compassion as a human as well as a doctor is immeasurable. Our prayers go out to all those whose lives he impacted with the hope that they will find strength to deal with this sudden and tragic loss. He is one of a kind. From Tom, Linda and Amanda Lindenmeyer of Del Mar
Amanda and Greg

San Diego, CA

#24 Jan 22, 2010
Pam,
We are so deeply saddened for your loss. Our hearts are with you and your children and your staff as you go through this sad, sad time.
All our love to you,
Greg and Amanda and Tobey and Icho
Leilani

San Diego, CA

#25 Jan 22, 2010
Lighting a candle and saying our prayers for the Stonebreakers. So many bear this loss. Our heart goes out to his loving wife, Pam and beautiful children.
Betty Heilig- Joe Vilella

San Diego, CA

#26 Jan 22, 2010
Dr. Stonebreaker was our vet too and was exceptional! This is a huge loss for everyone including the animals whom he greatly assisted in their times of need. We also used his boarding facility when traveling abroad. Our hearts go out to his wife and children (also his own animals).
Our thoughts and prayers are with the family at this time. God Bless You All and if anyone is responsible for his death will they be caught and brought to justice.
was this police cover up

United States

#27 Jan 24, 2010
I do not believe this was murder. It does not add up. I think this was a cover up by the police because they did not bother to look for the driver. The time of accident and time of death prove he would still have been alive if they had so much as look 800 feet up the drive way, even drove up the drive way in a car with a spot light, he could have been found alive. Instead he was found, on the inside of a fence he had climbed over no doubt to seek help. It does not make since that someone would follow him or run him off the road, to then wait to murder him. They would have had to wait tell he got out of the car, then follow him all the way up the long driveway, then waited till he climbed the wall or gate, then climbed over after him and then hit him over the head, for him to have been murdered where he was found as the police as saying. If he had been found even an hour after the car crash he may still be alive today. Anyone that knew Bob, would know he would have gotten out of the car after the crash, no matter how bably he hurt, if he was at all able to and he would have went to find a phone to get help. I believe this was called in as a possible homicide to cover up the fact that he would have been found alive if the police had looked for the him at the time of the crash.
Isabelle Wallock

San Diego, CA

#28 Jan 25, 2010
Im still in shock over the death of Dr. Stonebreaker. He was such a caring man and had such a wonderful demeaner with his clients and the animals that he took care of. We will miss him.
suzie

Los Angeles, CA

#29 Feb 8, 2010
was this police cover up wrote:
I do not believe this was murder. It does not add up. I think this was a cover up by the police because they did not bother to look for the driver. The time of accident and time of death prove he would still have been alive if they had so much as look 800 feet up the drive way, even drove up the drive way in a car with a spot light, he could have been found alive. Instead he was found, on the inside of a fence he had climbed over no doubt to seek help. It does not make since that someone would follow him or run him off the road, to then wait to murder him. They would have had to wait tell he got out of the car, then follow him all the way up the long driveway, then waited till he climbed the wall or gate, then climbed over after him and then hit him over the head, for him to have been murdered where he was found as the police as saying. If he had been found even an hour after the car crash he may still be alive today. Anyone that knew Bob, would know he would have gotten out of the car after the crash, no matter how bably he hurt, if he was at all able to and he would have went to find a phone to get help. I believe this was called in as a possible homicide to cover up the fact that he would have been found alive if the police had looked for the him at the time of the crash.
You obviously do not have all the facts judging by what you wrote here. This is NOT a police cover up and anyone that new "Bob" would know that he DID get out and run for help....we need to find out who murdered him and bring justice to his daughters and son.
YA_inSD

San Diego, CA

#30 Feb 11, 2010
I don't know whether it's a police screw-up/cover-up or an actual murder, but I'd like some answers. I really liked the guy; he seemed a good man and he was a great veterinarian. The first time I met him, one of my parrots was dying and I had already seen 3 vets who had no idea what to do. Although he was supposed to be off that day, he drove back to his office to tend to my bird. And he saved her. I am forever grateful to him for doing that. So I'd like to know what happened to him. We need to keep the pressure up on the police so they don't put his case on the back burner.
Sandy Colwell Baker

San Clemente, CA

#31 May 21, 2011
Wow, I was looking up old friends, Robert came up in my mind, so I googled him, to find this out. I am shocked. So sad for his Wife, children, mother and family. Robert was a good friend of mine in high school. We sharred the same love of animals. I am truly sorry to his family. I wish I had stayed in touch. May God bless his family and keep him in peace.
Anonymous

San Diego, CA

#32 Feb 11, 2012
I used to work for Dr. Stonebreaker and knew him VERY well. Believe me, this was no car accident. This was over money but, not an ordinary robbery.
suzie

San Diego, CA

#33 May 23, 2012
it's obviously over money. Take the money and run. Don't talk to the police, just fight over the insurance money. Interesting.
Anonymous

San Diego, CA

#34 May 18, 2014
After I was questioned by the authorities, there is no doubt in my mind that Pam is guilty. I won't divulge what I figured out as a result of my questioning, so as not to jeopardize the investigation. Pam may not have delivered the "death blow", but she was very much involved.

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