SAN DIEGO (AP) - A man has been sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole for the murders of two people shot during a botched robbery at a parking lot near San Diego's Lindbergh Field airport.
Thirty-nine-year-old Max Anderson received the sentence Wednesday after pleading guilty last month to murder and other felony charges.
Booth operator Teresa Perez of San Ysidro and manager Jack Reynolds of National City were shot in July 1999 at the Five Star Park Shuttle & Fly lot. Their bodies were found on the floor of a nearby trailer, each with two bullet wounds to the head.
Another man, Jeffrey Scott Young, was sentenced to death in 2006 for his part in the killings.
Two others were charged in the case but have yet to go to trial.
A pedestrian was found dead on Interstate 5 around 2 a.m. Saturday morning. California Highway Patrol say a car struck and killed the man, leaving him to die in the freeway.
The San Diego Fire Department was called to terminal 1 at the San Diego International Airport, Saturday afternoon for reports of a fire.
A sailor has died after he was struck by a helicopter blade at the Camp Pendleton Marine Corps base.
Slightly warmer and drier today after temperature records were broken overnight. Daytime temperatures expected to be 5- 10 degrees below seasonal norms.
The head of the federal agency that grants citizenship and immigration benefits said Friday that he had a message for anyone who considers his new mission statement anti-immigrant: "A thousand times no."