Bracamontes' Wife Convicted In The 2014 Killings Of NorCal Deputies

The wife of a man convicted in the 2014 killings of two Northern California sheriff's deputies was found guilty Thursday on several charges related to the crime spree.

A jury found Janelle Monroy, the wife of Luis Bracamontes, guilty on first-degree murder of Placer County sheriff's Detective Mike Davis, attempted murder, carjacking and additional charges.

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Monroy's defense team argued that she was forced against her will by her husband to participate in the two-county chase and killings.

However, prosecutor Rod Norgaard told the jury during closing arguments Feb. 7 that Monroy was a willing and active participant with Bracamontes, who was found guilty Friday in a Sacramento County courtroom in the October 2014 deaths of Placer County Detective Mike Davis and Sacramento County Deputy Danny Oliver.

 
 
Illegal Cop Killer: 'I wish I had killed more of the mother*******'
Illegal Cop Killer: 'I wish I had killed more of the mother*******'
Luis Bracamontes shot and killed two Sacramento-area deputies in 2014.

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