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  • After strange proceedings, hearing set for accused deputy killer Bracamontes

    A preliminary hearing is scheduled to begin Monday, March 28, 2016, for Luis Monroy Bracamontes, who is accused of killing two Sacramento-area deputies in October 2014. The defendant's odd behavior, off-kilter pronouncements and blurted admission of guilt at an earlier court appearance have created a strange air around the case.

A preliminary hearing is scheduled to begin Monday, March 28, 2016, for Luis Monroy Bracamontes, who is accused of killing two Sacramento-area deputies in October 2014. The defendant's odd behavior, off-kilter pronouncements and blurted admission of guilt at an earlier court appearance have created a strange air around the case. Sam Stanton The Sacramento Bee
A preliminary hearing is scheduled to begin Monday, March 28, 2016, for Luis Monroy Bracamontes, who is accused of killing two Sacramento-area deputies in October 2014. The defendant's odd behavior, off-kilter pronouncements and blurted admission of guilt at an earlier court appearance have created a strange air around the case. Sam Stanton The Sacramento Bee
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