Walker brothers found guilty in Westside beating death of 63-year-old man

SAN BERNARDINO — A jury found two young men guilty Wednesday in the beating death of 63-year-old Nathan Macon during a fight at a San Bernardino convenience store.

Jurors found Milton Walker, and his brother, Jerome Walker, guilty of second-degree murder in the killing of Macon last year at Jimmy’s Food Store, near Base Line and Medical Center Drive.

The Walkers, in their early 20s at the time Macon was killed, are scheduled to be sentenced Dec. 2. A key piece of trial evidence – a security video recorded from inside the store – showed the Walkers punching a drunken Macon after he had yelled threats.

Family members of the victim cried and hugged eachother upon hearing the verdicts.
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Warrant issued for Running Springs woman in Lasky case

A woman who was scheduled to be arraigned Tuesday in connection with a fight and a vehicle chase that ended in the death of 20-year-old Running Springs man failed to appear in Superior Court.

Court officials confirmed that a bench warrant was issued for defendant Christina Marhoun when she didn’t appear for arraignment on a charge of assault with a deadly weapon, not a firearm, during morning proceedings in San Bernardino Superior Court.

Marhoun, 20, allegedly struck someone during a fight near a campsite on Keller Peak Road, in Running Springs, on June 21, according to the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department. Three people involved in the altercation fled in a car.

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