Sunday, August 7, 2016

Megan Corinne Sterling, 34, of Sierra Madre.

I actually knew Megan Sterling. The Sierra Madre connection was just a coincidence. She worked inside sales for the Anaheim Ducks hockey team and was my source for tickets to their games a few years back. My kids were big hockey fans at that time and she hooked us up with some good seats despite the fact that we were not season ticket holders. Very sad to see her name show up in a story like this one (link).


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    1. We hope she didn't leave kids and a husband. RIP

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  2. May her soul be at peace

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  3. Way too young to leave. Rest in Peace.

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  4. Any video surveillance footage will be reviewed for those responsible for this heinous crime.

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  5. Hey Mod, we miss your reporting, you haven't stopped writing have you?

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  6. She was am amazing kind hearted woman. She will be missed and may the Lord comfort get mom and brother

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  7. I remember Megan as a hard working teenager. I recall helping her with amok report for school- "Onion Field" by Joe Wambaugh. One of my favorite books.

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  8. Any information on what the cause of death was or if a funeral service has been planned?

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  9. I had a run in with Megan in July 25th, 2016. I was driving home from work from Irvine, CA and I saw a Honda Civic in front of my on the 241 Toll Road. It was in the slow lane and swerving drastically bouncing off the guard rails and going off the freeway onto the shoulder repeatedly. I called 911 multiple times and reported a possible DUI. She eventually exited the freeway at Green River Road and went to a gas station. She was driving on the sidewalk, hit a fire hydrant, and tried to enter the 91 freeway west bound in the east bound on ramp. She then backed up and drive off the road into a construction entrance and I blocked her in. CHP and Corona PD soon showed up and started the investigation. Megan was arrested for DUI and a few days later I saw this on the news and I saw the car and I got goosebumps. I saw the damage on the vehicle and knew it was the car I had reported on. I wish I would have known the trouble she had in her mind. I could have talked to her And at least offered some kind of help. I've been thinking about this for almost a year now. It's coming up on 1 year in a few weeks. Rest In Peace Megan.

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    1. Was this post necessary, as you noted, almost a year after the woman's death? Hopefully this provided you with the attention you are so deeply craving.

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    2. It's been a year since that tragic day that my husband and our dog found her body. We feel so sad since then. Our prayers and simpaty to the Sterling Family always.

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