A man who fatally struck three 13-year-old girls who were trick-or-treating in Santa Ana on Halloween night was sentenced Thursday to 15 years in prison.
A 32-year-old Orange man has pleaded guilty to three counts of vehicular manslaughter in the hit-and-run deaths of three trick-or-treaters last Halloween.
For a second time, a mistrial was declared Tuesday in the case against a man accused of killing a 5-year-old boy wearing a Spider-man costume on Halloween of 2010.
Police asked for the public’s help Tuesday in finding a man they say seriously injured another man in a fight outside the Roosevelt Hotel on Halloween.
Funeral services were held Saturday morning for three 13-year-old girls that were struck and killed by a vehicle while trick-or-treating in Santa Ana last week.
On the eve of funeral services, loved ones of three teenage girls who were killed on Halloween in a hit-and-run crash gathered Friday to pay their respects.
A notable immigration attorney who was killed on Halloween night made a huge difference in his clients’ lives, his best friend said Thursday.
The man accused of killing three teenage girls in a Halloween hit-and-run accident was charged Tuesday with felony manslaughter.
Police Monday announced a 31-year-old man was arrested in connection with a Halloween hit-and-run that killed three teens.
“I can’t find word to describe this intense pain,” Cynthia Huerta said.
A 4-year-old boy remained hospitalized in critical but stable condition Saturday after being hit by a vehicle while trick-or-treating with his father last night.
“I said OMG, what is that? I run to my friends and said can you believe that, can you see the same thing?
Witches, goblins, gremlins and zombies were all out Friday evening.
Authorities say three teenage girls have died after being struck in a suspected hit-and-run crash in Orange County.
“I know there is nothing I can do to bring your guys’ son back,” David Parga said, “but I am deeply sorry for what happened to him.”