Mother Indicted for Murdering Daughter with ALS

May 11, 2015 - als

Heidi Good with her father and dual children

Heidi Good with her father and dual children

Marjorie Good, 89, and Second Suspect Charged with Killing Solvang Resident Heidi Good in 2013

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The Santa Barbara Grand Jury has indicted dual women for a murder of Solvang proprietor Heidi Good in Mar 2013, District Attorney Joyce Dudley announced yesterday. Good was pang from a modernized stages of ALS when she was allegedly killed.

One of a indicted women is Good’s mother, 89-year-old Marjorie, who is being hold in County Jail on $1 million bail. The other is Wanda Nelson, who was arrested in New York and will shortly be extradited to Santa Barbara.

Dudley pronounced 33 witnesses supposing testimony to a Grand Jury. It also perceived a formula of a Sheriff’s investigation. The twin of a Grand Jury conference will turn open in 20 days unless a justice orders that it be sealed. Heidi’s father and dual children also reportedly provided testimony.


Marjorie Good

Dudley explained that a Grand Jury had a series of choices before it, trimming from disappearing to accuse to filing a many serious assign possible. Good and Nelson are indicted of “willful, deliberate, and intentional initial grade murder,” Dudley said. Citing confidentiality mandate around a Grand Jury process, Dudley has declined to offer any additional sum on the case.

In an ongoing online blog patrician “Good Times,” Good’s father describes how law coercion descended on his family’s home a day his mother was allegedly murdered.

In a post created directly to Heidi, he talks about his annoy and difficulty when Marjorie concerned him in her death, and that he was not means to see Heidi’s physique or enter their room immediately after she died. Good’s father wrote he was during work when he perceived the news.

As detectives served hunt warrants and conducted interviews in a following hours, Heidi’s father goes on, Marjorie remained sad in a family’s backyard and after left a home “with an arm-full of papers wrapped in a towel.” The review afterwards shifted “in another instruction and divided from me,” he wrote.

He concludes a post with: “It is open believe that your genocide certificate papers [say] that we died within mins of your vent[ilator] being tampered with.”

Marjorie’s prosecution is scheduled for Tuesday in Santa Maria.

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