HAYWARD, Calif. - A high school friend of a student missing in northern California nursing was arrested on suspicion of murder, police said Wednesday.
Hayward police arrested Stephen Diwag Giselle's death 26 years, Michelle Le, who was the last time more than three months to leave the hospital in San Francisco Bay Area, where she was the clinical setting. She told her colleagues went to his car and never returned, but locked Honda SUV was later found several blocks away.
The police said he found traces of blood inside the SUV, Le, and one of the shoes by. They said that 27 years, Esteban had not been together since his arrest on Wednesday morning, but it was hoped that eventually lead them to the body.
"The reality is that Michelle. Is a piece that will not quit until we find, until its location is known," said Lt. Roger Keener during a press conference to announce the arrest. "The facts of some who, like Michelle was killed, can not be known until it is Michelle."
Researchers named Stephen as a person of interest in June, questioned and searched his apartment in Union City. The two women had been friends in high school in San Diego.
Esteban told San Francisco television station KGO-TV at the time she hated because she was friends with the father of Esteban girl. But Esteban said she had nothing to do with the disappearance.
Court records show that Esteban ex-girlfriend, who had custody of their daughter, obtained a restraining order against her three days before the May 27 disappearance, according to KGO.
Authorities classified the disappearance as murder, this was based on forensic evidence from surveillance video of the vehicles outside the hospital, cell phone records and evidence collected during the raid.
But the family has offered a prize of $ 100,000 for the return of or information about his whereabouts and conducted numerous searches for him, hope that it would be found alive.