After hearing two days of testimony, Judge W. Kent Hamlin rule Wednesday in Fresno County Superior Court that four Fresno gang members will stand trial in connection with the shooting of Edison High teacher Steven Guerrero, who survived the Dec. 19, 2013, nighttime attack in a classroom. In the photo are Fresno police officer David Ponek, who testified at the hearing, and court reporter Noelle Acosta. Also pictured are Sgt. Justin Hoagland, left, and prosecutor Galen Rutiaga, right.
After hearing two days of testimony, Judge W. Kent Hamlin rule Wednesday in Fresno County Superior Court that four Fresno gang members will stand trial in connection with the shooting of Edison High teacher Steven Guerrero, who survived the Dec. 19, 2013, nighttime attack in a classroom. In the photo are Fresno police officer David Ponek, who testified at the hearing, and court reporter Noelle Acosta. Also pictured are Sgt. Justin Hoagland, left, and prosecutor Galen Rutiaga, right. PABLO LOPEZ plopez@fresnobee.com
After hearing two days of testimony, Judge W. Kent Hamlin rule Wednesday in Fresno County Superior Court that four Fresno gang members will stand trial in connection with the shooting of Edison High teacher Steven Guerrero, who survived the Dec. 19, 2013, nighttime attack in a classroom. In the photo are Fresno police officer David Ponek, who testified at the hearing, and court reporter Noelle Acosta. Also pictured are Sgt. Justin Hoagland, left, and prosecutor Galen Rutiaga, right. PABLO LOPEZ plopez@fresnobee.com

Gang members accused of shooting Edison High teacher to stand trial

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