Man could get life in shooting of Calif. officer
Andrew Barrientos faces at least 50 years to life behind bars when he is sentenced Dec. 16 by Judge Jeffrey Horner for shooting Fremont police Officer Todd Young
By Henry K. Lee
The San Francisco Chronicle
An alleged Union City gang member could face life in prison after being convicted Wednesday of attempted murder for shooting a Fremont police officer who tried to arrest him in Oakland.
Andrew Barrientos, 21, showed no emotion upon hearing the verdict by an Alameda County Superior Court jury in Oakland. He faces at least 50 years to life behind bars when he is sentenced Dec. 16 by Judge Jeffrey Horner for shooting Fremont police Officer Todd Young.
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