Bakersfield, CA (KERO) — A Kern County jury convicts Tokunbo Okwoga of killing three people in 2010: Felipe Bravo Jr., Dyna Caraveo, and Felipe Bravo Sr. did.
The Kern County District Attorney’s Office has announced that Okuwoga is facing multiple life imprisonments with no possibility of parole. In addition to being convicted of first-class murder, he was also found guilty of attempted murder, robbery, and robbery.
On September 22, 2010, Bakersfield police responded to a home on Bradley Avenue in Bakersfield seeking a report of the murder. When the policeman entered the house, he found Felipe Bravo Sr., who had a gunshot wound in the bathroom in the hallway. Felipe Bravo Jr. and Dyna Caraveo died from a gunshot wound in their southeastern bedroom.
According to witnesses, the prosecutor’s office visited Okuoga the night before to discuss “biting.” Prosecutors said Okwoga believed that Felipe Bravo Jr. and another person were talking to law enforcement agencies about the previous robbery. I’m talking.
Okwoga shot and killed all three victims at close range in the house.
Her little children were in the bedroom when Dyna Caraveo was shot. According to prosecutors, Caraveo’s four-year-old daughter witnessed her mother being shot and killed by Okwoga.
On September 23, 2009, three male suspects invaded the victims’ homes in Jinsen Lane. The suspect used violence, including repeatedly hitting the victim’s head with a firearm. The Kern Regional Crime Lab has completed a DNA test of gloves seized from the victim’s home.
Okwoga’s DNA matched the DNA profile.
The victim and one of Okwoga’s collusions each identified Okwoga as the perpetrator who hit the victim with a gun.
Okwoga will be sentenced on May 27, 2021.
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