On a Monday evening in January, Joseph Beltran was out driving with his wife. The sun had set about a half hour ago, cooling down the warm weather that stuck around even in the winter months in southern California. They were traveling down the 210 freeway through Azusa, an area in Los Angeles County.
They had just left a family member’s home when Joseph and his wife saw what looked like a teenager sitting on top of the chain link fence that lined the sides of the Cerritos Avenue overpass along the freeway. She seemed to be very upset…