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A Gardena man was found guilty of voluntary manslaughter Monday for killing a businessman who laughed at him when the pastrami fell out of his sandwich at a Western Avenue doughnut shop. Ronald Eugene Murray II, 26, appeared to sigh in relief as a
Friends told Yocio Jonathan Gomez, 33, of Norwalk that he should not get into his Ford Explorer when he left a party in Maywood after 3 a.m. July 22, said Deputy District Attorney Jennifer Turk, who is prosecuting the case at the Torrance courthouse.
A prosecutor trying to prove murder charges against a suspected drunken driver who killed two people last year argued to jurors Monday that "the car was the bullet and the gas was the trigger." In an equally impassioned plea, Perry Lee Oakley's
Oakley is charged with two counts of murder, gross vehicular manslaughter, driving drunk, and hit-and-run in an April 9, 2011, crash at Normandie Avenue and 141st Street in Gardena. He was driving an Acura that slammed head-first into the side of a
Sylvester Payne Jr. spent the last few minutes of his brief life wide-eyed, gasping for breath and trapped in a car seat while rescue workers tried frantically to save him, witnesses testified Monday in a Torrance court. The 6-year-old boy and his
A Gardena man was ordered Thursday to stand trial for allegedly killing a businessman who laughed at him when the meat fell out of his sandwich at a doughnut shop. Ronald Eugene Murray II, 26, is accused of punching and kicking 56-year-old New Jersey