Guilty of murder: Los Angeles police could spend up to 40 years in prison

Henry Solis, now 32, guilty of murder of a 23-year-old in Pomona in March 2015.

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An ex Los Angeles Police was sentenced and declared guilty for committing the murder of a 23 year old in Pomona, to the east of The Angels. Awaiting conviction, the subject faces up to 40 years in jail, authorities said Wednesday.

Arrested in 2015, the former agent of the Department of the Police (LAPD), by name Henry Solis and now 32, he was found guilty of second degree murder, that is, non-premeditated homicide. The sentence will be announced on March 11.

On March 13, 2015, Salome Rodriguez he met Solis while he was standing outside a bar in the center of Pomona; after a strong argument, the defendant, who was out of service and not wearing a uniform, chased the victim Y he shot so that he lost his life.

After the homicide, Solis fled to Mexico, but was extradited to the United States after he was arrested, 2 months after the events, by local authorities at the Ciudad Juárez border.

At that time, the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) had offered a reward of $ 25,000 dollars for the person who will provide information on the whereabouts of Solís.

The victim's mother, Lidia RodríguezHe told reporters that the verdict "should have been first grade (murder), but I'm fine with the second grade." For 5 years, this family of Moreno Valley He was waiting for this verdict.

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