Orville Fleming, seated, listens as Sacramento County prosecutor Noah Phillips makes his closing statement during Fleming’s murder trial in Sacramento Superior Court on Monday. “What a terrible way to die,” Phillips said about the stabbing and strangulation of Sarah Douglas. “This was the work of a first-responder turned wicked.”
Orville Fleming, seated, listens as Sacramento County prosecutor Noah Phillips makes his closing statement during Fleming’s murder trial in Sacramento Superior Court on Monday. “What a terrible way to die,” Phillips said about the stabbing and strangulation of Sarah Douglas. “This was the work of a first-responder turned wicked.” Hector Amezcua hamezcua@sacbee.com
Orville Fleming, seated, listens as Sacramento County prosecutor Noah Phillips makes his closing statement during Fleming’s murder trial in Sacramento Superior Court on Monday. “What a terrible way to die,” Phillips said about the stabbing and strangulation of Sarah Douglas. “This was the work of a first-responder turned wicked.” Hector Amezcua hamezcua@sacbee.com
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