Evidence in Josue Orozco trial admitted

Evidence is expected to be admitted Monday in the 19-year-old’s murder trial, according to the San Mateo County District Attorney’s Office. The Redwood City man was 14 when he allegedly fatally shot a rival gang member in July 2005. Prosecutors are charging Orozco as an adult. In February 2008, he escaped from the Youth Services Center, but he was found and arrested in Texas.

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