Home Runs Hit for Daughter of Slain Woman

Fundraiser held in memory of Carlsbad woman Kathy Scharbarth

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    NEWSLETTERS

    A unique fundraiser was held Saturday to benefit the daughter of a Carlsbad woman killed over the Thanksgiving holiday.

    Kathy Scharbarth was kidnapped on Thanksgiving Day and her body was found the next day. Police arrested her ex-boyfriend Michael Robles, who she had filed a restraining order against only days before her murder.

    Kathy Scharbarth's Family Thanks Community

    [DGO] Brother Mourns Loss of Scharbarth
    Michael, the brother of slain Carlsbad woman Kathy Scharbarth, thanked police and community members for their support following the death of his sister. Read more about the story here. (Published Wednesday, Nov 30, 2011)

    Scharbarth's brother is a baseball hitting instructor at the Frozen Rope batting cages in Encinitas. Saturday all customers got to hit for free, but were asked to leave a donation.

    Donations will go toward the “benefit and future” of Scharbarth’s 13-year-old daughter, who she left behind, the batting cage’s owner said.

    DA: Man Hid in Bushes before Killing Woman

    [DGO] DA: Man Hid in Bushes before Killing Woman
    A neighbor told District Attorney Kelly Mok that Robles was hiding in the bushes near Scharbarth's house the night before she went missing. When the neighbor confronted him, he jumped a wall and fled into a nearby canyon. (Published Wednesday, Nov 30, 2011)

    Those who were unable to attend on Saturday but would still like to contribute can either stop by Frozen Ropes to leave a contribution that will be forwarded to the Scharbarth family, or mail checks directly to (include C/O Madison Scharbarth in the memo line):

    California Bank & Trust
    In care of Madison Scharbarth
    135 Saxony Road
    Encinitas, CA 92024