Teen Accused in Fatal 2015 Stabbing Found Guilty
BROWNSVILLE – A jury delivered a guilty verdict in the trial of a San Benito teen accused in a fatal stabbing.
Ramiro Martinez was convicted of murder and engaging in organized criminal activity.
He was one of several teenagers accused in the fatal stabbing of Christopher Gallegos. The 19-year-old was stabbed in June of 2015 during a high school party.
A jury is now deliberating on his punishment.
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