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    Corruption in Orange County (Part 16)

    Requiem for a Dreamgirl
    A tale of sex, drugs, dirty cops—and a girl who knew too much
    December 4, 2005
    By NICK SCHOU

    (reprinted by TWISTED BADGE with the permission of www.ocweekly.com)

    It was about 8:15 Sunday morning, July 15, 2001, when Lisa Piho sped toward the intersection of Warner Avenue and Graham Street in Huntington Beach. Later she would say she failed to see the red light because she was changing a CD in her stereo. That might help explain why she was driving 53 miles per hour when, halfway through the intersection, she was broadsided by a car that had the green light—rammed so forcefully that the collision sent her car spinning into 55-year-old Mark de la Fuente, who was crossing the street with his dog. Police arrived within minutes. While Piho passed a field sobriety test, she declined to provide a blood or urine sample that would reveal any drugs in her system. Because she was on probation, Piho could have been arrested for that refusal. Instead, police released her on her own recognizance. Later, after her car had been towed and its contents inventoried, police would discover a small bag of methamphetamines in a suitcase in the trunk. It was impossible to know it at the time, but Piho’s accident would set into motion a police scandal involving a seedy Santa Ana strip club, cops, sex and drugs. It would also claim another victim: Andrea Nelson, a young girl who police believe may have been murdered because she knew too much.
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    For the rest of this sordid story visit http://www.ocweekly.com/ink/06/13/features-schou.php and www.andrearemembered.com
    END OF PART 16 - TB thanks Pastor Wiley Drake (www.wileydrakeinbuenapark.com) for bringing this story to our attention. For updates on the pending case stay tuned to www.twistedbadge.com.
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