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I was actually in favor of some of his policies for a while. But now its a spiraled into this huge cluster fuck of god knows what. Every politician is evil in some way, except... wait for it... Al Sharpton.
Stanford Student Found Dead Of Possible Suicide
The body found inside the trunk of a car at Santa Rosa Junior College Thursday morning is that of Mengyao "May" Zhou, according to Santa Rosa Police.
Additionally, items found in the trunk of a car owned by the missing 23-year-old Stanford University graduate student "indicate the subject may have committed suicide," according to Santa Rosa police Sgt. Lisa Banayat.
An autopsy is scheduled for Friday, according to the Sonoma County coroner's office.
Police found the silver Toyota Corolla belonging to Mengyao "May" Zhou, 23, an electrical engineering student missing since Saturday, around 7 a.m. in a parking lot at Santa Rosa Junior College, Sgt. Lisa Banayat said. Officials at the community college reported first seeing the car there four days earlier.
It was eventually towed and investigators found the body.
Zhou's father, Yitong Zhou, said he had not heard from authorities that the car was found.
"I have not heard from any detectives -- I'm the last person to hear anything," he told the AP. "You can hear my wife crying. We cannot handle any more right now."
Zhou was last seen Saturday morning, when she told her roommate at the school's graduate student housing complex that she was leaving to run errands."
also..scary thought i was there 4 days earlier...when the car was spotted. I prolly parked right by her.
did u have anythign to do with the replicas? Was it advertised at the school that they were doing it? Or was it a underground type thing?
We all get the urge...Saturday early morning...nothing to do till noon... BMW FTW
The aural sensations of 1st gear WOT
**CGM **(Certified Garage Mechanic)