A person who shot his girlfriend and her teenage daughter in Lemon Grove, wounding each and leaving the lady a quadriplegic, was sentenced Wednesday to 116 years to life in state jail.
Pablo Ramirez, 52, was convicted by an El Cajon jury of tried homicide and different prices for the Sept. 8, 2021, capturing at a Bakersfield Road house.
The victims, ages 33 and 15, had been shot simply earlier than 12:30 a.m. that day.
Ramirez’s girlfriend practically died on account of a number of gunshot wounds, in response to the San Diego County District Lawyer’s Workplace. Her 15-year-old daughter was shot subsequent, first in an elbow, then within the again — paralyzing her — as she tried to flee the house, in response to prosecutors.
Ramirez’s girlfriend’s different daughter, who was 11 years outdated, was capable of escape the house and name 911. The D.A.’s Workplace alleges Ramirez additionally turned his gun on the 11-year-old, however she was not shot.
Ramirez was arrested on the house by sheriff’s deputies shortly after the capturing.
Metropolis Information Service contributed to this text.