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Wednesday, 12 January 2011

Teardrop Tattoos Are Earned, Officer Testifies - Santa Cruz, CA Patch

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Teardrop Tattoos Are Earned, Officer Testifies - Santa Cruz, CA Patch: "
Jaime Galdamez Guevara’s two new teardrop tattoos were one of the main subjects in his preliminary hearing in a double-homicide case in Santa Cruz County Superior Court on Tuesday.

“Historically, tear drop tattoos must be earned,” Santa Cruz Police Detective Joe Hernandez told the court.

“If someone is looking at time in state prison, could you expect that the tattoo is earned?” District Attorney Celia Rowland asked Hernandez.

“Yes,” he said.

The testimony was part of the second day of a hearing in which Judge William Kelsay will determine if there is enough evidence to send the case to trial. Guevara, 19, is charged with killing two men—Alejandro Nava-Gonzales, 21, and Oscar Ventura, 18, on Jan. 23, 2010 in an apartment on Canfield Street. He charged with the attempted murder of a third man."

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