Jacqueline Benavides Wills, in blue dress, leaves a Fresno courtroom Friday, Aug. 14, with supporters after a judge rules there is probable cause to believe she is guilty of first-degree murder in the stabbing death of Army National Guard soldier Brian Santos.
Jacqueline Benavides Wills, in blue dress, leaves a Fresno courtroom Friday, Aug. 14, with supporters after a judge rules there is probable cause to believe she is guilty of first-degree murder in the stabbing death of Army National Guard soldier Brian Santos. Pablo Lopez plopez@fresnobee.com
Jacqueline Benavides Wills, in blue dress, leaves a Fresno courtroom Friday, Aug. 14, with supporters after a judge rules there is probable cause to believe she is guilty of first-degree murder in the stabbing death of Army National Guard soldier Brian Santos. Pablo Lopez plopez@fresnobee.com