A Madera man was convicted of attempted murder, robbery and numerous other counts on March 16 in Madera Superior Court, District Attorney David A. Linn said.
Nicholas Castrejon, 22, was convicted on 19 counts, which included attempted murder, carjacking and criminal street-gang terrorism, the DA’s Office said. Castrejon was also convicted of gun and gang enhancements on these crimes.
He will be sentenced on April 14 in Department 21 of the Madera Superior Court. He faces life in prison with a minimum sentence of 107 years.