Murder Suspect Disrupts Courtroom | NBC 7 San Diego

Murder Suspect Disrupts Courtroom



    Vegas Bray appears in court on April 24, 2013.

    A woman had dramatic outburst inside a South Bay Courtroom on Wednesday.

    Vegas Bray
    is accused of shooting and killing her ex-boyfriend, 28-year-old Victor Saucedo last October.

    "I'm not going down for something I don't remember doing. I'm not going down for a murder that didn't even happen. I'm not going down for something I don't even remember doing," she yelled.

    Bray's lawyer says she blacked out and doesn't remember what happened.

    Several people took the stand today, including Bray's brother, who says Bray called him twice the day she was arrested. She called once to say she loves him and a second time to tell him she shot Saucedo and that she was thinking of killing herself.

    Defendant's Brother Testifies in IB Murder Case

    [DGO] Defendant's Brother Testifies in IB Murder Case
    Vegas Bray's younger brother testified about two phone calls he received in which he said his sister admitted to shooting her ex-boyfriend. Victor Saucedo, 28, was shot nine times in his Imperial Beach apartment back in October 2012. NBC 7's Elena Gomez reports.
    (Published Wednesday, April 24, 2013)

    After the outburst Bray's attorney requested today's preliminary hearing be suspended.

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