Few things say California like a mop of golden blonde hair.
Leggy Sabrina Limon, 37, had the hair, the sparkling white teeth and a sex drive to beat the band.
The Bakersfield housewife and regular church-goer met her husband Robert Limon when they were teenagers in their native Arizona.
And like a lot of people, they pulled up stakes and headed for the Golden State after high school. He got a high-paying job with the Santa Fe Railroad, she raised two kids.
That Norman Rockwell mosaic was blasted to pieces on Aug. 17, 2014.
In the busy rail yards on the outskirts of Bakersfield, Robert Limon was shot multiple times and died beside the tracks.
At first, detectives were left scratching their heads as to why someone would want to ventilate the well-liked family man.
But behind the “just folks” image designed for their family and friends’ consumption there was a boiling cauldron of passion and