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The Murder of Sonia Carmen Herok Stone

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In 1981, Sonia Herok Stone was found murdered in her home in Carmel-by-the-Sea, CA. The investigation led to the arrest of Michael Glazebrook and to a mistrial. In August of 2021, investigators have used DNA to make another arrest in this terrible crime.

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