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Crime Fourth person indicted in 2017 killing of MMA fighter near Boca

19:45  13 november  2019
19:45  13 november  2019 Source:   lubbockonline.com

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WEST PALM BEACH — A fourth person now faces charges in the July 2017 killing of mixed martial arts fighter Aaron Rajman at his family's home west of Boca Raton.

Cameron Burgess-Clark (left) was indicted last week in the July 2017 killing of MMA fighter Aaron Rajman (right). [Photo of Burgess-Clark provided by the Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office]© right. [Photo of Burgess-Clark provided by the Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office]/Observer-Dispatch... Cameron Burgess-Clark (left) was indicted last week in the July 2017 killing of MMA fighter Aaron Rajman (right). [Photo of Burgess-Clark provided by the Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office]

On Thursday, a grand jury indicted Cameron Burgess-Clark on first-degree murder and armed home-invasion charges. He was booked Tuesday into the Palm Beach County Jail. Circuit Judge Laura Johnson denied him bail during a brief hearing Wednesday morning.

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It was not immediately clear what role the 25-year-old Riviera Beach man is alleged to have played in the fatal shooting of Rajman, 25, an Orthodox Jew who made his MMA debut in April 2014.

Like Burgess-Clark, the three others charged in Rajman's murder — Summer Church, Jace Swinton and Roberto Ortiz — were indicted, meaning authorities have not released many details on the specifics of the crime, as state laws keep grand f jury presentments out of the public record until the case goes before a judge.

On Aug. 31, 2017, a grand jury indicted Church, Swinton and Ortiz on charges of first-degree murder and armed home invasion. The indictments indicated that the trio allegedly stole swords, marijuana, a scale, narcotics and money from Rajman's home in a neighborhood between State Road 7 and Lyons Road.

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Palm Beach County sheriff's authorities said that several men entered Rajman's home at about 10:30 p.m. July 3, 2017, and a fight broke out. Rajman was fatally shot.

The Palm Beach Post homicides tracker records and remembers homicide victims from Palm Beach CountyThe attack appeared to have been targeted, authorities said.

In July, Church, who was 16 at the time of the killing, and Swinton, who was 18, pleaded guilty to second-degree murder and were sentenced to 10 years in prison and another 10 years of probation.

A trial has not yet been set for the case against Ortiz, who was 18 at the time of Rajman's death.

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