The jury agreed with prosecutors that Paul Walden, a career criminal, was in a drug-induced stupor on July 16, 2012, when officers say he struck Harrison Long-Randall, his girlfriend Gemily West and her four dogs.
The jury in the trial of a man accused of hitting a Carmichael couple, killing a man and four dogs, has reached a verdict.
The case of a man accused of hitting a Carmichael couple, killing a man and four dogs, is now headed to a jury.
Paul Walden, the man accused of a hit-and-run DUI crash in July 2012 that killed one person, injured another and killed the four dogs, will stand trial for murder.
Paul Walden, the man accused of a hit-and-run DUI crash in July that killed one person, injured another and killed four dogs, has been charged with murder.
The family of hit-and-run victim Harison Long-Randall, who died on Sunday as a result of injuries from the July accident, broke their silence Thursday in an emotional press conference.
The Sacramento County Coroner’s Office has released the cause of death for the Carmichael man who died Sunday after being struck by a hit-and-run driver last month.
For the first time since an accused hit-and-run driver killed her dogs and nearly killed her boyfriend a week ago, a Carmichael woman made public comments on Monday.
The suspect in a hit-and-run accident that killed four dogs and injured two people in Carmichael earlier this week was arrested Thursday morning for driving under the influence, according to the CHP.