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The construction worker, Harry Pali, was using a backhoe to scoop into a pile of sand when he uncovered the body. She came out of the pile," said Pali, who was visibly shaken by the incident.
"I noticed what I thought was a black bag, but it turned out to be a black jacket with an arm." The site, which Pali said was being used to store materials for other jobs, is behind a cyclone fence on the south shore of Mission Creek, just across the channel from where the Giants ballpark is going up. The news of Day's death deeply pained her friends and family in the East Bay.
So were her family and friends, turning an evening march from Justin Herman Plaza to the Bubble Lounge from a rally to attract volunteers to search for Day into a memorial for the popular young woman.
Day, who worked for a San Francisco computer consulting firm, had been the subject of an intense volunteer effort in The City and the East Bay from the time she was reported missing Sunday morning. getting into a taxi outside the Bubble Lounge, at 714 Montgomery St., where she had been partying with friends from work.
"She was a ball of fire," said Barbara Loy, 28, of Mill Valley. Soon after Day's disappearance, her friends printed up T-shirts with her image and had planned to hold a vigil to publicize the case on Friday night.
"She was always positive," said Paul Hayden of Livermore, a former roommate. She was just happy go lucky." Day was born in the United States but grew up in Auckland, New Zealand, where she lived for 12 years. With the news of her death, that event will instead become a rally and march in her honor.
Baqleh gave blood and skin samples for DNA tests while in police custody, according to law enforcement sources. From the time Day disappeared, friends and family have camped out at the Walnut Creek house that she shared with two roommates.
"I'm totally shocked." Kayyal, a limousine driver who once drove a San Francisco taxi, described his uncle as "a very nice, down-to-Earth guy." "He takes care of his family. They said she was the kind of woman whose smile would take over any room she entered."He did pick her up at the Bubble Lounge," Robinson said of Baqleh."We believe a series of crimes then occurred that resulted in her death." Baqleh was booked into San Francisco County Jail about 10 p.m."Witnesses remembered a cab that looked yellow, but it was not from that company." Baqleh was arrested Thursday night after hours of questioning by homicide investigators. He was married about three years ago and has two sons, ages 1-1/4 years and six months, his sister said.Robinson declined to give details, but a law enforcement source said that Baqleh gave incriminating statements that were instrumental in making the case. After driving a taxi for about five years with several different companies, his nephew said, Baqleh developed an arrangement with his two older brothers, Henry and Sam, to split time driving Town Taxi No. The trio rented the cab by the month from its owner, Tyrone Chang, who leases it through Town Taxi, according to city records. He only drives when they call him and need him," Munayer said.
"I honestly thought she was going to walk through the door any minute," Gaerlan said.