CARJACK SUSPECT ACCUSED OF MURDER IN CHASE, CRASH.Byline: Daily News
A 22-year-old Chatsworth man was charged with murder in a deadly chase that killed a 77-year-old woman Friday in Encino, officials said Tuesday.
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He was born in Limerick, Ireland, early in the 17th century and died most likely in 1670. He became a member of the Dominican Order in the convent of St. McMann also is charged with one count each of robbery, burglary, carjacking The criminal taking of a motor vehicle from its driver by force, violence, or intimidation.
The u.s. justice department categorizes the crime of carjacking as a "completed or attempted Robbery of a motor vehicle by a stranger and evading arrest.
The charges could mean a possible sentence of life in prison without possibility of parole or a death sentence if he is convicted, said Sandi Gibbons Famous people named Gibbons include:
``We don't make a decision on seeking the death penalty until long after the preliminary hearing,'' she said.
McMann is accused of fleeing from police at the steering wheel of a stolen Chevrolet Suburban that smashed into Charlotte Lenga's compact car. The 77-year-old Encino woman, a Holocaust survivor, was pronounced dead at the scene.
McMann's arraignment A criminal proceeding at which the defendant is officially called before a court of competent jurisdiction, informed of the offense charged in the complaint, information, indictment, or other charging document, and asked to enter a plea of guilty, not guilty, or as otherwise permitted , originally scheduled for Tuesday afternoon, has been postponed to Jan. 10 in San Fernando Superior Court.
McMann initially told police his name was Frank McIntyre, but investigators determined later that he had lied, said Officer Jason Lee, a spokesman for the Los Angeles Police Department "LAPD" and "L.A.P.D." redirect here. For other uses, see LAPD (disambiguation).
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