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Friday, 7 May 2010

Trial starts in alleged gang shooting - Oroville Mercury Register

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Trial starts in alleged gang shooting - Oroville Mercury Register: "Biggs woman recounted on the witness stand Thursday being wounded in a nighttime drive-by shooting at her residence on Jan. 11, 2009, that prosecutors allege was gang-related.
Jose Odilon Melchor, then 27, of Yuba City, and Alejandro Antonio Magana, 21, of Biggs, could face life-in-prison sentences if convicted of identical charges of shooting at an occupied dwelling, and causing great bodily injury in furtherance of a criminal street gang.
The pair's attorneys claim police arrested the wrong people based on either inaccurate or speculative eyewitness statements and asked the seven-woman, five-man Butte County Superior Court jury Thursday to acquit Melchor and Magana."

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