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Two California gang members sentenced for attempted murder at the 2015 shot by a police officer, and smiled, and laughed as a judge, and gave them life sentences on Monday, according to a new report.
Jamie Caudillo, and Steven, of Rincon, were placed on trial for the shooting of a former Merced police officer Ryan Rasmussen, during a routine traffic stop in Merced, Calif., on Feb. 28, 2015.
Caudillo, with the passenger allegedly fired by Rasmussen, as the director, of Rincon, was gone. Caudillo allegedly hit Rasmussen’s bullet-proof vest and in his hand. Fellow officers, fired by the Caudillo, hitting him at least once, and the Merced Sun-Star reported.
Jaime Caudillo, right, left, and Steven, of Rincon, were charged with the attempted murder of a police officer, according to a new report.
(Merced County Sheriff’s Office)
A manhunt involving multiple law enforcement agencies was continued for 10 hours prior to the Caudillo and, of Rincon, were found and arrested.
In May, the Caudillo, was found guilty of the shooting, Rasmussen, and Rincon is the driver of the getaway car, the Merced Sun-Star reported. Both of them were charged with attempted murder, according to the report.
Rasmussen, who lost his right little finger in his encounter and was forced to retire from the police force, he said Caudillo “back to me in my career.”
Merced County Judge Carol Ash says it is not a member of the gang, appeared to express remorse during the trial.
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“I pray to God to ask for forgiveness,” – said Rasmussen’s mother, Judith, as the Rincon has allegedly just laughed, and shook his head.
Caudillo was convicted and sentenced to 50 years and eight months to life in prison, and while the Rincon is received in 80 years to life in prison, the Sun, the Stars, and will be reported.
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Rincon, a third-strike offender, was already facing charges for a jailhouse murder, according to court records.
The men’s lawyer said they would appeal their sentences and convictions.