Jury Convicts Ventura Triple Shooting Suspect But NOT Of The Most Serious Charge Against Him
Friday September 16, 2022
Updated--A jury Friday found the defendant in a Ventura triple shooting guilty, but NOT of the most serious charge against him.
26-year-old Glandros June, described by prosecutors as a transient, was facing Attempted Murder and other charges in connection with an April shooting outside of a tattoo parlor on Sherwin Avenue in Ventura that wounded three people.
But after three days of deliberations, the panel found June NOT guilty of Attempted Murder.
They did convict him of Assault with a Firearm and Negligent Discharge of a Firearm.
And they also found true several special allegations regarding firearms and other violations.
June had earlier pleaded guilty to other crimes and admitted several special allegations.
Before the Ventura triple shooting, June was out on bail for an assault with a deadly weapon shooting in February of 2021 when he was arrested at The Collection in Oxnard in December of 2021 for possession of an assault rifle.
He was out on bail yet again when the triple shooting happened on Sherwin in Ventura.
June testified in his own defense at his trial.
He remains in jail pending sentencing on November 3rd.
Had the jury found June guilty of Attempted Murder, he would have faced a sentence of 48-years-to-life in prison.
Instead, he faces a sentence of no more than 36 years in prison.