Ex-wife of man accused of killing his parents testifies about strange behavior
On Easter Sunday in 2008, nine days after sheriff’s deputies found his parents brutally slain in their Pleasanton home, Ernie Scherer III secluded himself in a bedroom at his in-laws’ house, with a laptop at hand.
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