Three juveniiles guilty in Halloween murder of Alameda teen

Three juveniles were found guilty today in Alameda County Superior Court of murder in connection with the fatal shooting of a 15-year-old girl in Alameda on Halloween night, prosecutor George Wood said.

Ichinkhorloo “Iko” Bayarsaikhan was killed at about 10 p.m. on Oct. 31 at Washington Park at 799 Central Ave. while she and a group of about 10 friends were being robbed by a large group of suspects, police said.

Judge Rhonda Burgess found the juveniles, ages 13, 15 and 16, guilty of aiding and abetting in the attempted robbery that led to the fatal shooting, according to Wood.

Wood said the juveniles were convicted of murder even though none was found guilty of pulling the trigger because “if somebody is killed during the course of certain felonies, they are actually guilty of the murder.”

The juveniles are in custody in the Alameda County Juvenile Hall, Wood said.

The juveniles are scheduled to be sentenced Jan. 25 in Alameda County Superior Court, Wood said.

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