The murder of 18 years old Michelle O'Keefe almost 10 years ago, is still in news today as the case stirs up controversies even years after murder.
In February 2000, the security guard named Raymond Lee Jennings, killed Michelle O'Keefe at a Palmdale park-and-ride lot. The lengthy legal battle of Michelle O'Keefe's murder came to an end in December, 2009, when the former security guard Raymond Lee Jennings accused of fatally shooting on Michelle O'Keefe, finally got convicted.
On February 2002, the young cheerleader Michelle O'Keefe was left by a friend at the Palmdale, California park-and-ride and was entered in her Ford Mustang, when it was the last time anyone saw Michelle O'Keefe alive.
According to the police, sometime after 9pm, Michelle O'Keefe was shot four times in the driver's seat and the only person present on the scene was Raymond Lee Jennings. In fact, Raymond Lee Jennings was the first person to report the Michelle O'Keefe's death. After a detailed investigation detectives were suspicious of the every time changed story of Raymond Lee Jennings.
As a result, police arrested Raymond Lee Jennings on December 12, 2005 and he finally got convicted of second-degree murder of Michelle O'Keefe in December, 2009.