She faces manslaughter charges in the death last November of Forrest Hayes, 51, a Google executive who overdosed on heroin on his yacht.
Alix Tichelman, left, 26, of Folsom, Calif., confers with public defender Diane August, right, during her arraignment in Santa Cruz Superior Court on July 9, 2014, in Santa Cruz, Calif.
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Alix Tichelman, 26, looks back toward her family after her arraignment in Santa Cruz County (Calif.) Superior Court.Additional information and verification may be obtained from the Chief Law Enforcement Official (Sheriff) of the county where the sex offender resides.The web site is intended to supplement and complement the sex offender registries maintained by the various counties.As clear from the remembrances is the sense of Hayes as an exceedingly practical man whose thoughts were almost immediately followed by action.After becoming fed up with his 40-minute commute from Santa Cruz to Google's headquarters in Mountain View, he promptly bought a hybrid Chevy Volt in order to access car pool lanes."We all know Forrest, he is a very practical guy, yet impatient to fix the issue," wrote Mahesh Krishnaswamy on the memorial website before it was taken down, comments that were then reprinted in the Santa Cruz Sentinel.