Summary of “A Brutal Murder, a Wearable Witness, and an Unlikely Suspect”

A 10-minute drive from the deli, Adele and Dominic Navarra lived with their two children, Stephen and Karen, in a ranch house in a subdivision called Warner Heights.
Lavoie said Karen’s brother, Stephen, was the outgoing one-much like their “Jovial, larger than life” dad-while Karen took after Adele.
Karen studied science at nearby San Jose State University for three years, moved into her own apartment, and became a pharmacy tech at a regional hospital.
“If Karen had even thought about having a future with a family, after that, I think she really wanted to take care of her mom and dad.” Dominic died in 1996.
About a decade later, Karen inherited her grandmother’s home on Terra Noble Way.
A few years later, in 2010, Adele married Tony in a City Hall ceremony, and Adele moved into Tony’s place, a cream-colored house with a garden of basil and tomato plants.
The Aiellos were living in Silicon Valley, but Adele said she only knew a little about computers and Tony said he knew “Zero.” A four-bedroom ranch house that was once a first step into the middle class sells for more than $1 million.
According to Adele, Karen used to say she was “The loner of the family,” her life revolving around work and home, where she cared for her cats and grew roses in her yard.

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