Eva Knott of The San Diego Reader reports:
A singer for a California rock band, who is under house arrest for allegedly hiring a hitman to kill his wife, was granted permission to get out for a little therapy.
“Defendant Timothy Lambesis is currently on house arrest and due to the restrictions of his release cannot leave the house to seek medical attention for the neck injury from which he is currently suffering.” This statement was made by the defendant’s private attorney, Thomas Warwick Jr., who filed papers asking a court to allow Lambesis exceptions to his house arrest.
Superior Court Judge Kimberlee Lagotta signed an order allowing “defendant to go to his physical therapy appointments” the same day the motion was filed, August 2, 2013.
The lead singer for the heavy metal band AS I LAY DYING particularly requested, and was granted, permission to go to a therapist named Lanele Stafford at Coast Kinesiology in Del Mar. There was one other location named as a destination for therapy, an orthopedic group in La Jolla, which was also allowed by the court.
On the website for Coast Kinesiology, a person named Lanele Stafford described herself: “I have obtained a Bachelor of Science degree in Cellular & Molecular Biology, and a Master of Science degree in Kinesiology with emphasis in Sport Medicine & Injury. I am also a certified Holistic Health Practitioner.”
Read the full report at The San Diego Reader.