Posted July 27, 2014, 9:42 a.m.
Latece Megale Brown, 41, was sentenced to death June 21, 2012, for sexually assaulting and suffocating a 16-year-old girl, whose body was wrapped in a comforter, set ablaze and dumped in an alley, according to the Los Angeles County district attorney’s office.
Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge Bob S. Bowers Jr., also sentenced Brown to 205 years to life in prison, plus two additional life sentences in connection with other charges filed against him.
On April 11 a jury had convicted Brown of 17 felony counts, including the first-degree murder of Jacquiese Janique Williams and the kidnapping, rape and sodomy of five other women.
The judge described the killing of Williams as “cold and vicious,” noting that the 6-foot-4-inch Brown, who weighed about 450 pounds when he was arrested, intentionally sat on the victim, until she was dead.
Jurors also convicted Brown of raping and sodomizing Aisha Quiana ...
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