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2016 Archived News

7.8.16: Defendant Sentenced to Life for Sexual Assault, Kidnapping Charges

The Honorable Kevin McCormick sentenced Joseph Lee Bonderer to 100 years to life in prison. On June 9, 2016, a jury convicte…

7.6.16: Career Criminal Convicted for Carjacking, Evading Police

Love Davis Jr. was convicted by a jury of carjacking and evading an officer with willful disregard.

7.5.16: Defendant Sentenced for Felony Grand Theft

Nairi Kirakosyan was sentenced to 150 days in the county jail and placed on 5 years formal probation. On June 3, 2016, Kirak…

7.1.16: Sex Offender Sentenced to Life for Child Sexual Assaults

The Honorable Matthew Gary sentenced Glen Dale Lemons to 185 years to life in prison. On April 26, 2016, a jury convicted Le…

6.30.16: “Non-Violent Second-Striker” Early Prison Releases: JUNE 2016

As of June 30, 2016, 146 inmates sentenced from Sacramento County have been granted early prison releases. Given the number …

6.30.16: Defendant Convicted for DV, Rape, Threats, False Imprisonment

Stanley Tillman was convicted by a jury of felony domestic violence, rape, criminal threats, and false imprisonment.

6.29.16: Mother & Daughter Convicted for Death of Disabled Victim

Sheila Johnson pled no contest to second-degree murder. Johnson’s daughter, Ravetra Jones, pled no contest to involuntary man…

6.24.16: Defendant Convicted for Series of Rapes

Jose Gomez-Garcia was convicted by a jury of six felony counts of forcible rape, two felony counts of forcible sodomy, and on…

6.24.16: Defendant Convicted of Attempted Rape, Assault, Robbery of Elderly Woman

Joseph McKeever was convicted by a jury of attempted rape, assault to commit rape during commission of a residential burglary…

6.16.16: Defendants Sentenced to Life for Old Town New Year’s Eve Shooting

The Honorable Cheryl Meegan sentenced Carlito Montoya to two life in prison without the possibility of parole terms, plus 101…

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