WINTERS, CA - Eight days after being gunned down in her car, family and friends remembered Leslie Pinkston at a funeral service at a Winters church.
Meanwhile, authorities said they are still looking for her accused killer, William Gardner, in the Sacramento area and around the country with the help of the U.S. Marshal's Service.
Court documents show Pinkston paid for Gardner's bail to be reinstated on Nov. 14. Gardner later posted bail, and Pinkston died the following Monday.
A judge revoked Gardner's bail in October after he failed to show up to stand trial for the January 2013 stalking and harassment case involving Pinkston at her mother's house. Documents show Gardner told his attorney he missed court because he thought his trial was the next day, Oct. 16.
The trial was rescheduled to December, with his next appearance in court schedule for Dec. 6.