Policarpio Espinoza Perez
The horrific murders of three young children in 2004 has produced a new sentence for one of the convicted defendants.
Prosecutors in Baltimore have not decided whether to retry a Mexican man for a fourth time on murder charges for the near-beheadings of three young relatives.
Mistrial On First-Degree Murder In Case Of Man Accused Of Killing 3 Young Relatives; Guilty Of Conspiracy
A split verdict in the trial for a man accused of slashing his young relatives’ throats. Convicted of conspiracy but cleared of murder charges, Policarpio Espinoza Perez could still spend his life behind bars.
A jury continues to deliberate the fate of a man accused of one of the most horrific crimes in recent Baltimore history–the murders of three young children.
Raw wounds are reopened in a Baltimore courtroom following opening statements in the retrial of a man accused of murdering three young children.
A November date has been set for the third trial for two illegal immigrants from Mexico accused in the 2004 deaths of three young relatives.
Baltimore prosecutors say they will pursue a third trial for two Mexican immigrants accused in the 2004 deaths of three young relatives.
It’s a case that rocked the Baltimore region. Three young children were brutally murdered and two family members were accused and convicted of the crime. But now that conviction is being overturned.
Two men tried twice and convicted once in the near beheadings of their three young relatives have asked
Maryland’s highest court for a new trial.
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