Annie Pladevega Sison filed a temporary restraining order against ex-husband Errol Factura Sison on December 8, 1992. She needed to do this as he had allegedly stormed into her workplace and threatened her as well as a co-worker. He was intoxicated.
A judge ordered Errol to stay 150 yards away from Annie for the remainder of that month and a hearing was set for December 31. Annie didn’t show up. She let the restraining order expire.
She was last seen alive on January 3, 1993 in the company of Errol. Despite their divorce and the restraining order, Annie let Errol stay in her Beverly Hills condo. Her daughter Michelle found her there dead on Jan 5, 1993.
Annie’s body was found hidden behind the headboard in the bedroom. The coroner said that she died of a cerebral hematoma. She had been beaten with a blunt object. In other papers, they say that she was strangled to death.
Annie Pladevega Sison owned a Sun Valley nursing home. The restraining order from Dec 8, 1992 filed with the Burbank Superior Court, stated that Errol Factura Sison “stormed into the care home she operated and threatened her and a co-worker. As usual, he was drunk.”
The Beverly Hills courthouse filed a warrant for Errol Factura Sison’s arrest on January 29, 1993 as the alleged suspect in Annie’s murder. It is believed that he had since fled to Mexico.
Errol Factura Sison was last known to work as a chef in large hotels. He may have been employed in a similar line of work while on the run.
The LA Weekly (Los Angeles, California) from June 26, 1997 has a special written by Michael Fessier Jr. on unsolved murders in Beverly Hills. It starts on page 24. It actually opens with “Killer Chef” Errol.
Identifiers of Errol Factura Sison:
According to the Beverly Hills Police Department and other websites, Errol Factura Sison, is still wanted in connection with the January 1993 death of Annie Pladevega Sison in the City of Beverly Hills.
If you know where Errol Factura Sison is, do not attempt to apprehend him but call the Beverly Hills Police Department or contact your local law enforcement agency with this information.
You can also call the BHPD Detective Division at (310) 285-2158 or the BHPD Watch Commander (24 hours) at (310) 285-2125.
In the series “Case of the Month” I highlight old cold cases. These posts are not an in-depth analysis and of course, more information can be found online and in newspaper archives.
We need to get these cases back in the mainstream media, to get people talking again, and if anything, to make sure that we do not forget the victims. Just because their cases are unsolved does not mean that we can forget about them.
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Rest in peace, Annie Pladevega Sison.