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A woman police describe as a high-end prostitute is charged with manslaughter after allegedly injecting heroin into a tech executive on his docked yacht in Santa Cruz and leaving him to die when he overdosed.
The suspect, Alix Catherine Tichelman, was arrested last week on suspicion of murder charges. In Santa Cruz County Court on Wednesday, she was charged with seven crimes - including drug and prostitution counts - but not murder. Tichelman's public defender refused comment. The Santa Cruz Sentinel reported Tuesday that surveillance video from the boat shows year-old Forrest Timothy Hayes losing consciousness. Investigators said the year-old from Georgia made no effort to help Hayes, and instead gathered her belongings and even gulped a glass of wine before leaving.
Tichelman was taken into custody last week after being lured back to Santa Cruz County in a prostitution sting. Police say Tichelman provided heroin for Hayes, a Google executive, while they were aboard the foot yacht.
According to Hayes's obituary, he was a married father of five who had worked as an engineer at Silicon Valley tech companies, including Google, Apple and Sun Microsystems. Hayes's obituary describes him as a "loving husband and father. His brilliant mind, contagious smile, and warm embrace will be missed and cherished in memories by his friends and family. Police said that Hayes had an ongoing pay-for-sex relationship with Tichelman , but that relationship came to an end last November on his yacht in the small boat harbor in Santa Cruz.
According to police, Tichelman meets her clients through the "sugar daddy" site Seekingarrangement. Surveillance video from his vessel shows Tichelman meeting Hayes on board and it captures the crime itself when she allegedly injected him with a lethal dose of heroin, police say. The page has seen been removed from the social networking website.