Former colleagues of longtime KGO reporter George Weber never imagined the longtime radio veteran would die in a bizarre Craigslist sex rendezvous gone horribly wrong.
"If you were to ask me how George Weber would go, I would not say he'd
be murdered in his apartment by a 16-year-old," said a shell-shocked
Claudia Lamb, a KGO producer who knew Weber since her "first day in
radio" in 1989. "If you asked me, I always thought the cigarettes would
have gotten him."
The trial of that teenager, John Katehis, started yesterday in New York. And his lawyers claimed he was only trying to pick up $60 moving boxes -- not answering a sex fetish-for-money ad.