“I dropped the phone and proceeded to run around our home screaming ‘Oh my God, what am I going to do, how am I going to live? “I’ve enjoyed hearing stories about Meleia and getting hugs from all of you.” Police say Meleia Willis-Starbuck was murdered by Christopher Hollis, a former classmate she described as being like a brother to her. Speculation is that Willis-Starbuck called Hollis for help as she and friends were arguing with a group of men outside her College Avenue apartment.
The men reportedly tried to flirt with the girls and when rebuffed, insulted them.
“You finally got me to the ‘best place’ in the world,” said Jonathan Lesesne, addressing Meleia.
“This was truly her home.” Lesesne, who is from Atlanta, where the Willis-Starbucks now reside, said the family home was the only one he had visited in the South that had three different types of pita bread. Again addressing Meleia, Lesesne said, “You were our stubborn, free-spirit friend who is now our stubborn guardian angel.” ~ A deal is in place to sell the illegal West Berkeley warehouse where several long-time residents have refused to leave their homes, owner Lawrence White said Friday.
Several friends cried out, “It’s OK, we love you.” While Oakland recording artist Goapele sang “Closer,” a song Willis-Starbuck used as her cell phone greeting, her friends could not contain their grief.
Anthony Washington, a former Berkeley high classmate of Willis-Starbuck, collapsed to the hardwood floor.
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He said the new owner would build housing on the 40,000-square-foot site, but didn’t know if the new units would be condominiums or apartments.The refusal of tenants, many of whom lived in the warehouse for a decade, to leave their homes has drawn attention to the loss of affordable live-work artist space in Berkeley as real estate prices continue to rise.“The key thing is a whole bunch of affordable housing is about to get flushed down the toilet,” said Jeffrey Carter, the tenants' legal advisor. Valle maintains no website, it has two main gas stations, several gift shops, and a small post office. Drivers often stop at the town on their way to the Grand Canyon from either Williams or Flagstaff, as it is approximately at the halfway point. These roads are all dirt with the exception of the two main highways (US 180 and AZ 64), with the exception of a few property owners who have set up camp on their land, the area has not been developed.