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Angel David Pacheco

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Phone: (916) ***-****  HQ Phone
Sacramento Bee
2100 Q St.
Sacramento, California 95816
United States

Company Description: The Sacramento Bee is the oldest newspaper of The McClatchy Company and the second-largest newspaper in Northern California. In addition to the daily paper, The Bee...   more
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Employment History

  • California Youth Authority
Web References
sacbee.com -- News -- Five-year term for teen in girl's shooting death
www.sacbee.com [cached]
Angel David Pacheco
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Angel David Pacheco, who was prosecuted as an adult, received the maximum punishment after pleading no contest last month to involuntary manslaughter in the killing of Sabrina Nicole Chargin.
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Pacheco, who will spend his time at the California Youth Authority, was arrested after he told officers his girlfriend had committed suicide but then changed his story and admitted he held the gun when it went off.
Deputy District Attorney Andrew Smith said Pacheco had brought the gun to the house, and Chargin was playing with it when Pacheco took it away from her. Deputy District Attorney Andrew Smith said Pacheco had brought the gun to the house, and Chargin was playing with it when Pacheco took it away from her.
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Pacheco told investigators he doesn't remember pulling the trigger, the prosecutor said.
Pacheco's lawyer, Assistant Public Defender Amy Rogers, maintains that her client feels deep sorrow for the death.
sacbee.com -- News -- 16-year-old boy sentenced for shooting death
www.sacbee.com, 15 April 2004 [cached]
Angel David Pacheco, who was prosecuted as an adult, received the maximum punishment after pleading no contest last month to involuntary manslaughter in the killing of Sabrina Nicole Chargin.
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Pacheco, who will spend his time at the California Youth Authority, was arrested after he told officers his girlfriend had committed suicide, but then changed his story and admitted he held the gun when it went off.
Deputy District Attorney Andrew Smith said Pacheco had brought the gun to the house and Chargin was playing with it when Pacheco took it away from her, Smith said. Deputy District Attorney Andrew Smith said Pacheco had brought the gun to the house and Chargin was playing with it when Pacheco took it away from her, Smith said.
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Pacheco told investigators he doesn't remember pulling the trigger, the prosecutor said.Pacheco's lawyer, Assistant Public Defender Amy Rogers, maintains that her client feels deep sorrow for the death.
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