Elba Estrada Stabbed by Daughter at Coachella, Marilyn Cárdenas Arrested


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When Riverside Sheriff’s deputies arrived in Coachella to investigate an alleged assault, they found Elba Estrada dying on the ground. She had been stabbed. Her daughter, Marilyn Cardenas, was arrested as a suspect in the murder and remains in custody with bail set at $1 million. She is scheduled to appear before a judge on Thursday the 18th at the Larson Justice Center in Indio. Elba Estrada did not live with her daughter Marilyn, so it is unclear why she was in Coachella. Detectives are working to determine the motive for the fatal attack. Elba Estrada, a 53-year-old woman from San Bernardino, received one stab wound and despite receiving first aid, she was pronounced dead at the scene.

The Riverside Sheriff’s Department received calls reporting an assault just after 5:50 p.m. on Sunday. Officers responded to the 83000 block of 48th Avenue, near Walmart and the Indian Palms Country Club & Resort, where they found the victim. After her death was confirmed, detectives from the Central Homicide Division took over the investigation and identified Marilyn Cárdenas as the main suspect. She was charged with murder and carrying a concealed dagger. Marilyn Cárdenas, who is 22 years old, recently moved to the Coachella Valley, according to Lance Stoyer of the Riverside Sheriff’s Department.

In other news, the California Science Center recently completed the penultimate stage of the ‘Go for Stack’ operation, which joins the parts of the space shuttle Endeavour to place it in a takeoff position. The main part of the space shuttle Endeavour was on display horizontally at the Center for California Sciences until last December. It is expected to be in position for takeoff by January 2024. The Solid Rocket Motors for Shuttles (SRM) were transported to the California Science Center in October of last year to begin being installed as part of the ‘Go for Stack’ operation. These enormous cylinders are the largest elements of the two solid-fuel propulsion rockets that propelled Endeavour into space. Each engine weighs 104,000 pounds and measures 116 feet. They belonged to the Northrop Grumman Corporation and were donated to the California Science Center.

The purpose of the California Science Center is to display the complete Endeavour in a position of takeoff at the Samuel Oschin Air and Space Center, which is under construction in Exposition Park. The transfer and installation of the ET-94 external tank, the penultimate step before installing the ship, was completed before noon on Saturday the 13th. The tank measures 154 feet long and almost 28 feet in diameter. It was placed in a space equivalent to 20 floors at the California Science Center Samuel Oschin, under construction in Los Angeles. The shuttle Endeavour exhibit has 200,000 square feet of space at the new California Aerospace Center, with a cost of $400,000 and no precise opening date yet.

The exhibition is expected to be ready sometime this year. The completion of the ‘Go for Stack’ operation marks a significant milestone in the process of displaying the space shuttle Endeavour in a takeoff position, allowing visitors to experience the wonder of space exploration.

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