SACRAMENTO - As the search continues for a battalion chief suspected of murder, more details are emerging on the double life he allegedly led.
Investigators distributed wanted posters across the state with the warning that Cal Fire's Orville Fleming, known as Moe, has been known to change his appearance sometimes shaving his head and moustache.
It was on the escort site myredbook.com that Fleming's family says he assumed an alter ego. The messages claim Fleming was a regular on the website, posting reviews of multiple prostitutes under the alias, "bucketlist."
One was a woman going by the name of "cinamancandy." The review read, "Not a girl, This is a WOMEN. in the prime of her sexuality. Auborn haired hottie with Killer blue eyes."
Fleming's daughter said in the months leading up to the murder, the victim, Sarah Douglas, sent her threatening messages identifying herself as a prostitute who went by the names Stacy Love Diamond and Angelinas Kandy on a prostitution website. There were several photos of Douglas posted with a fee of $300. The revelations have been understandably upsetting to Douglas's family.
"Everyone's throwing accusations of this, that, and they're missing the point that she was murdered," the victim's sister, Stephanie Douglas said.
Stephanie Douglas says her sister was in love with Fleming. She says she was speaking to her sister the night she was murdered.
"She screamed, and it was a shocking scream, and I thought he had taken the phone, but I didn't think I would be coming to her house the next day to find her like that," Stephanie Douglas said.
The sister explained she had to take care of her young daughter that night, which is why it wasn't until the next morning that she went to Sarah's home.
"She had a sheet tangled around her neck all through her arms where he can control her, and she was faced down on the ground, and she was brutally, disgustingly murdered, and I will never forget that ever," Stephanie Douglas said.
Investigators are looking for clues revealing that Fleming has keys to fire gates, trails, and Cal Fire facilities throughout the state in his possession and warning that the avid outdoorsman frequents the Sierra Mountains, Santa Cruz Mountains and the Yosemite Valley.
In response to the warning from investigators that Fleming has access to fire facilities across the state, a spokesperson for Cal Fire said they have changed gate codes, posted the wanted poster at all their facilities, and they are cooperating with the Sheriff's Department any way they can.