Sacto 9-1-1
October 14, 2011
North Sacramento murder results in 50-to-life term

Jaime Enrique Torres was sentenced today to 50 years to life in prison for his first-degree murder conviction in the Memorial Day 2008 shooting death of an innocent man in the front yard of his North Sacramento home.

Judge Kevin J. McCormick imposed the term on Torres, 24, for the death of Jose Isabel Guerrero, 47, on Lindley Drive.

The judge granted a delay in the sentencing of Jose DeJesus Gonzalez, also 24. Jurors also convicted Gonzalez of first-degree murder in the case and named him as the gunman in the fatal shooting.

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