Employment Development Department
Weeks after the death of a disabled Citrus Heights man, a police canvass of the neighborhood has lead to a description of the possible culprit.
CBS13 followed up with one man who was promised answers from the Employment Development Department after a hearing on Wednesday.
Chris Sorgani’s disability kept him from driving, but not from working. But when he got off at his regular stop one night, he couldn’t defend himself against what appears to be a random attack.
A search of EDD’s website, as well as its Facebook and Twitter accounts show no mention of Wednesday’s attempted outreach.
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