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Crime Killer sentenced to death for McStay family murders in California

08:00  22 january  2020
08:00  22 january  2020 Source:   msn.com

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The California man accused of murdering the McStay family and burying their bones in the Mojave Desert was sentenced to death by a judge on Tuesday. Charles “Chase” Merritt, 62, received the sentence in San Bernardino County after he was convicted of the slayings in June.

Charles 'Chase' Merritt, who was convicted of murdering the McStay family of Fallbrook, California , in 2010, speaks to the LOS ANGELES — A Southern California man was sentenced to death Tuesday for the 10-year-old Crying for Mommy and Daddy? Chase, you are a low-life baby killer

The California man accused of murdering the McStay family and burying their bones in the Mojave Desert was sentenced to death by a judge on Tuesday.

a man is using his cell phone: Murder defendant Charles © Will Lester Murder defendant Charles "Chase" Merritt sits in San Bernardino County Court prior to opening statements in San Bernardino, Calif.

Charles “Chase” Merritt, 62, received the sentence in San Bernardino County after he was convicted of the slayings in June.

Merritt was a welder who knew Joseph McStay – the young dad who died along with wife Summer and the couple’s two young children, Gianni, 4, and Joseph Jr., 3 – through McStay’s business selling custom water fountains.

Prosecutors say Merritt bludgeoned the family with a sledgehammer amid a financial dispute.

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