Courts & Crime

Death penalty for Aaron Norman Dunn in California

A Sacramento Superior Court jury today recommended that Aaron Norman Dunn be sentenced to death for the March 25, 2006, shooting spree in Elk Grove in which he murdered two people and tried to kill four more.

The panel came back with its decision after deliberating nearly nine days on the penalty phase of Dunn's trial. The jury chose the death penalty instead of a term of life in prison with no chance of parole.

It was the first death penalty verdict returned by a Sacramento jury in three years.

Read the complete story at sacbee.com

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