A callous killer has shocked a judge with his lack of remorse.
"He's dead. Everybody dies," 25-year-old Tyler Hutchinson said about his victim, 88-year-old Albert Korn, according to San Mateo County District Attorney Steve Wagstaffe.
Hutchinson added, "I'm gonna die. You're gonna die. I don't care," Wagstaffe said.
The statement helped increase Hutchinson's sentence Tuesday to life in prison without the possibility of parole. Read More
Opening statements are set to begin Thursday in the trial of a transient accused of beating to death an 88-year-old Belmont man during a residential burglary three years ago.
On Tuesday, a jury was finalized in the case against Tyler Hutchinson, 24, who is accused of fatally beating Albert Korn and stealing his Jaguar in what was Belmont’s lone homicide in 2009. Read More
Tyler Hutchinson, the transient accused of beating to death an 88-year-old Belmont man during a residential burglary in 2009, will likely be headed to a state hospital rather than prison, San Mateo County prosecutors said Monday. Read More
A murder suspect in San Mateo County has such a long history of mental illness that it will require more public funding than usual to determine whether he’s mentally impaired.That’s the gist of the ongoing competency proceedings for accused murderer Tyler Hutchinson, the 22-year-old transient who faces the death penalty for allegedly beating to death an 88-year-old Belmont man during a residential burglary on June 2, 2009. Read More