The man who killed a Sacramento County animal control officer back in 2012 has been found guilty. Joseph Corey could now spend the rest of his life in jail.
A Galt man suspected in the shooting death of a Sacramento County animal control officer has been convicted of first-degree murder.
Before he was fatally shot on the job during an eviction, officer Roy Marcum fought to get bulletproof vests for the staff at the shelter.
The widow of Roy Marcum opens-up about the love of her life, the animal control officer gunned down in cold blood while simply doing his job.
After an animal control officer was killed on the job in November, his mother went on a crusade to save other officers.
The mother of the Sacramento County animal control officer murdered last week met face to face with the accused killer Tuesday, and she said he showed no remorse.
The man accused of fatally shooting a Sacramento County animal control officer in Galt last week has been booked into jail after being released from the hospital.
Roy Marcum was doing the job he loved, taking care of animals, when he was murdered in cold blood.