SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – Jurors have reached a verdict on whether convicted cop killer Luis Bracamontes gets the death penalty.

Tuesday, jurors recommended the death sentence for Bracamontes in the murders of two Sacramento area deputies.

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Bracamontes confessed to killing Sacramento County sheriff’s deputy Danny Oliver and Placer County sheriff’s detective Michael Davis Jr. in 2014. The murders came during a violent crime spree that started as a since-demolished Motel 6 on Arden Way and spanned into Placer County.

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Last month, Bracamontes was convicted on two counts of first-degree murder.

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At several points during the trial, Bracamontes acted out in court, prompting the judge to remove him from the courtroom.