February 04, 2005
A Superior Court judge sentenced a suspect in a four-year-old homicide case to a total of 68 years in prison. Elizer Salcedo, now 29, was responsible for the
Salcedo was convicted of second degree murder, for which he was sentenced to 15 years to life; murder with a firearm, which carried a sentence of 25 years to life; and attempted homicide on bystanders, with a penalty of 28 years to life, for a total 68-year sentence.
Salcedo had been arrested the day of the shooting and had been in custody up to the time of his sentencing.
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