A man who was previously convicted, then acquitted of a 12-year-old Escondido girl’s 1998 killing, pleaded guilty Thursday to a misdemeanor count of methamphetamine possession and was immediately sentenced to time served in custody.
Richard Tuite, who was acquitted in the brutal killing of an Escondido girl, was back in court Friday on trespassing charges. Tuite pleaded not guilty to one count of trespassing on prison grounds as a felon, according to a criminal complaint filed by prosecutors. During the hearing, ha had several startling outbursts. Jurors acquitted Tuite in 2013, spending eight years...