MIAMI (CBSMiami) – One of the men convicted of taking part in the kidnapping, rape and murder of a teenage girl will continue to serve his life sentence. On Thursday, a judge denied a new […]
A Miami-Dade County judge has sentenced an Orlando man convicted of abducting, robbing, gang-raping and murdering Ana Maria Angel in 2002 to death.
In October, a Miami-Dade jury recommended giving Joel Lebron the death penalty for abducting, robbing, gang-raping, and murdering Ana Maria Angel in 2002, but Friday, he was back in court as attorney’s began to present more evidence at a “Spencer Hearing.”
One of five men convicted in the kidnap, gang rape and murder of a South Miami High teen re-opened the wounds for the girl’s family Thursday.
The fifth man accused in the 2002 slaying of a South Florida teen has pleaded guilty to second-degree murder.
The same jury that convicted Joel Lebron for abducting, robbing, gang raping, and murdering Ana Maria Angel has recommended he receive the death penalty.
The sentencing hearing for Joel Lebron, the man convicted in the 2002 kidnapping, rape, and murder of Ana Maria Angel, is entering its second day Thursday.
The jury that convicted Joel Lebron in the 2002 kidnapping, rape, and murder of Ana Maria Angel is now hearing testimony at the sentencing phase of trial.
A man accused in the 2002 kidnapping, rape, and murder of a teenager was found guilty on all counts.
The fourth day of testimony ended early Thursday evening in the re-trial of an Orlando-area man accused of a South Beach kidnapping, rape and murder a decade ago.