SEBASTOPOL – On the afternoon of April 21, 19-year-old Cory Alan Vaughn’s life ended.
He was at a house party with some friends near Bodega Avenue and Pleasant Hill Road. 18-year-old Anthony William Ibach came into the vicinity and parked his 2001 burgundy BMW in a parking lot at a nearby business. He and Vaughn had some sort of ongoing dispute.
Vaughn’s friends told him Ibach was outside and he went out to talk with him. Soon a fight began and Ibach pulled out “a cutting instrument” and used it on Vaughn, inflicting at least “one deep slash in his chest.”
Vaughn died and Ibach left the scene, being spotted later on foot in the 500 block of Francisco Boulevard. Although he at first gave a false name, police confirmed his identity and arrested him.
Ibach is being held without bail on one count of murder.
The SCSO says, “Detectives are still looking for Ibach’s vehicle which is described as a 2001 burgundy BMW 325i with custom rims. The vehicle has a California License Plate of 4SVW467. The front license plate was not attached to the car, but was placed on the dashboard. If anyone spots this vehicle they are being asked to immediately notify Sonoma County Sheriff’s Detectives at 707-565-2121.”
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