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Jose Jesus Reynosa Gonzalez - was found unsuitable for parole.

Jesus Mario Villarreal - was sentenced to 44 years to life for two felony counts. Michelle Joe, was found unsuitable for parole at a September 11, hearing. Harn Khaleck, was convicted of driving with a blood alcohol level above. Daniel Lee Rigney, was convicted on August 8, of attempted murder causing great bodily injury and making criminal threats. Alexander Lloyd Swanton, was convicted on April 16, of gross negligence vehicular manslaughter and admitted enhancements for the death of two victims.

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Ybarra, Sr. Haddad sentenced to prison. Martin and David A. George were arrested for forgeries of mortgage loan documents from Turlock branch of Bank of the West. Was convicted of murdering his stepfather.

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John Dominguez - Sixteen years to life for second degree murder. Bento sentenced to prison for possession of stolen property. Carvalho, Jr. Deputy District Attorney Michael D.

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Houston prosecuted the case. Deputy District Attorney Annette Rees prosecuted the case. Shama pled no contest in two counts of felony grand theft, one count of felony auto theft, and one count of felony identity theft. Houston was the assigned prosecutor. Johnson to serve 11 years and 4 months in state prison for his conviction for assault with a deadly weapon, personal use of a gun, brandishing a weapon for the benefit of a gang and being an active participant in the Norteno Criminal Street Gang.

District Attorney Birgit Fladager will be hosting the ceremony. The address of the building is 12 th Street, Modesto, California The jury returned a verdict on June 5, , after a trial that stretched over 2 weeks. Lois Elaine Akins, a codefendant in the case, also 19 years old, entered a guilty plea to one count of robbery. The bill was sponsored by the Stanislaus County District Attorney's Office in order to address significant concerns for the rights of crime victims that became even more evident during the high-profile trial of Scott Peterson.

Gutierrez, 45, of Turlock, will be arraigned on on charges of Grand Theft, Advertising as a Licensed Contractor without holding a valid Contractor's License and Contracting without a License. Francisco Alvarez will be prosecuting the case. Deputy District Attorney Richard Gore appeared at the hearing and argued for continued confinement based on the callous nature of the crime and the risk to public safety Adams would pose should he be paroled.

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The Board of Prison Terms agreed and denied parole for one year. Chief Deputy District Attorney Steve Casey appeared at the hearing and argued for continued confinement based on the prisoner being an unreasonable risk to society.