The latest death brings the statewide total to 51, which is mostly attributed to the 48 who have been confirmed killed in the Camp Fire 500 miles north in Butte County.
Raffaella Maria Stroik's body was discovered in a lake just south of where her car had been found.
“I can't deny that this was a burden, having to prove my citizenship...When we see this type of harassment, we can't stand on the sidelines."
Another 130 dogs were found at the home living in deplorable conditions, police said.
Officials at the University of Texas at San Antonio said they are conducting separate investigations into “possible discrimination” and “academic management of the classroom.”