A Southern California man who killed his roommate, an Iraq War veteran, has been given 15 years to life in prison.
An Orange County man was sentenced Friday to 15 years to life in state prison for killing his roommate in 2013.
An Orange County man was found guilty Tuesday of killing his roommate in 2013.
The coroner was unable to establish a cause of death but ruled it a homicide.
Closing arguments are set to begin Wednesday in the trial of an Orange County man accused of murdering his roommate, a veteran of the Iraq War, who was just days away from her college graduation.
Prosecutors say new evidence will prove their case against an Orange County man accused of murdering his roommate — a veteran of the Iraq War, who was just days away from her college graduation.
The murder trial for an Orange County man accused of killing his roommate began Monday.
A private memorial Sunday was held for an Army veteran murdered last month.
A bachelor’s degree for a war veteran murdered earlier this month was given to her family in a graduation ceremony at Cal State Fullerton on Sunday.
The sister of murdered Fullerton student Maribel Ramos listened Wednesday to an interview that the accused killer gave from jail.
The Orange man accused of killing his roommate and disposing of her body in an unincorporated area of the Santa Ana Mountains spoke out Tuesday for the first time since his arrest.
New details emerged Tuesday as an Orange man was formally charged with the murder of his roommate, a Cal State Fullerton student and Iraq War veteran.
A man was charged Tuesday with murdering his roommate and disposing her body in the unincorporated area the Santa Ana Mountains.
As authorities prepare to charge the roommate of an Iraq war vet and Cal State Fullerton student with her murder Tuesday, new details are emerging from the investigation.
A body found in an unincorporated area of the Santa Ana Mountains has been positively identified as missing Cal State Fullerton student Maribel Ramos.