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Friday, 3 December 2010

Salinas gang members murder trial inches closer - San Jose Mercury News

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Salinas gang members murder trial inches closer - San Jose Mercury News: "Alleged Salinas gang members Jose Sandoval and Julian Escobar stepped closer to a trial in Santa Cruz Superior Court Thursday morning.
The two men are charged with murder in connection with a March 2009 shooting incident on a Watsonville basketball court. Angel Escobedo, 19, was shot to death that day.
Thursday, a judge ordered them back in court on Dec. 14 in preparation for a trial. They are being held in County Jail.
Escobedo was a Cuesta College student who was playing basketball with his brother and three friends at a public court on Green Meadow Road about 2:20 p.m. when two men approached and asked their gang affiliation, prosecutors said.
The men left, then returned, and one man shot Escobedo, prosecutors said"

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