Vista, CA (CNS) – Drive drunk and hit the car against the traffic pole In Carlsbad, his wife died and was convicted of manslaughter on a vehicle on Thursday, including being drunk, but the jury said. Number of second murders..
Santos Hernandez Ramos, 39, of San Marcos was charged on September 15, 2019, in a crash that killed 41-year-old Cecilia Ramos.
Ramos’s license was suspended at that time as a prosecutor charged him with murder after a 2017 conviction of drunk driving from San Bernardino County.
The jury found Ramos guilty of manslaughter and drunk driving, but the jury convicted 11 to 1 and was charged with murder. Ramos also pleaded guilty to driving two misdemeanors while his license was suspended and he was driving without a license.
He will return to court next month, at which point the case could proceed with the number of murders.
At a Ramos preliminary hearing earlier this year, Carlsbad police officer Jeff Wolfe testified that the collision at the intersection of Aviara Parkway and Cobblestone Road split the car in almost half. Witnesses estimated that the vehicle was traveling at 80 mph before the collision.
Wolf testified that two blood draws immediately after the crash showed that Ramos had blood alcohol levels in the range of .15 to .16, about twice the legal limit of .08. Police also testified that a beer bottle was found on the vehicle’s center console.
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