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September 17, 2020
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Trial begins for suspect in slain USC student case

first_imgOpening statements in the trial for the murder of a USC graduate student were held on Friday at the Superior Court of Los Angeles County. The jury began hearing arguments in the case of Alejandra Guerrero, 18, who was one of four teenagers charged with killing Xinran Ji.Ji, a graduate engineering student from China, was beaten to death after returning from a study session on July 24, 2014, near the University Park Campus. The four suspects, Jonathan Del Carmen, Andrew Garcia, Alberto Ochoa and Alejandra Guerrero, pleaded not guilty to the charges later that year.Though Guerrero was 16 at the time of the crime, she is being charged as an adult. According to NBC Los Angeles, the prosecutor, Deputy District Attorney John McKinney, stated that Guerrero was among the four teenagers who decided to rob someone near USC’s campus that day.“They visited an act of violence on him that is so brutal that it is almost incomprehensible,” McKinney said. “They confronted him, they demanded money and then they assaulted him. The beating that he took was absolutely horrific.”Guerrero’s attorney, Errol Cook, claimed that she wasn’t the leader and didn’t inflict the “death blow.” Cook claimed that the evidence shows Ochoa was the first to hit Ji, while Garcia was the first to chase him. “My client never punched Xinran, never caused a death blow to Xinran,” Guerrero’s attorney said.McKinney stated that the victim had multiple skull fractures among other injuries. Ji left a trail of blood and made it to his apartment, where he was found dead by his roommate.After beating the late student, the four defendants attempted to rob a couple at Dockweiler State Beach. They were caught and taken into police custody, which is when police discovered blood on Guerrero’s jeans that connected them to Ji’s murder.Guerrero, along with the other defendants, may face a maximum sentence of life in prison without the possibility of parole. The other three defendants are awaiting trial.last_img read more

September 16, 2020
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Gettysburg defender Mitch Wykoff announces transfer to SU for 5th year

first_imgThe Daily Orange is a nonprofit newsroom that receives no funding from Syracuse University. Consider donating today to support our mission.Mitch Wykoff, Inside Lacrosse’s No. 2 DII/DIII player in the transfer portal, announced Saturday evening that he’ll play his fifth year at Syracuse, according to a report from Ty Xanders. IL’s Dan Kaplan described the former Gettysburg College defender as “a plug-in defenseman in any spot at any level.” Wykoff played a variety of roles for the Bullets in 64 games throughout the last four years. He was on the wings during face-offs, guarded the opposition’s top dodger and scored 11 goals. With leading close defender Nick Mellen going pro and long-stick midfielder Jared Fernandez transferring to Johns Hopkins, SU head coach John Desko could choose to put Wykoff at close defense and move Brett Kennedy back up to his initial long-stick midfielder role. But with Wykoff’s versatility and Kennedy’s growth on defense, the two roles could be reversed as well. The 6-foot-2, 250-pound close defender led Gettysburg with 37 ground balls in 2020 despite having missed a game — good enough for second in the Centennial Conference for a Bullets team that finished No. 9 in the USILA poll. In his sophomore and junior years, Wykoff led his team in ground balls and was also top-three in caused turnovers. AdvertisementThis is placeholder textWykoff was part of the 2018 Gettysburg team that made a run to DIII Championship Weekend before falling by one goal to Salisbury. Published on May 9, 2020 at 10:11 pm Contact Arabdho: armajumd@syr.edu | @aromajumder Commentscenter_img Facebook Twitter Google+last_img read more