VALLEJO — Jurors wrapped up a second day of deliberations without reaching verdicts for a woman who faces a pair of murder charges for a pair of random killings of two women, one in Cordelia, the other in Dixon.
The defendant, Paige Linville, was in and out of court throughout the day Thursday as jurors made requests to review police reports and the testimony of Linville’s ex-boyfriend who joined her in a methamphetamine-fueled crime spree on Nov. 16, 2007, that was capped off by shooting the two women in what authorities have said were “thrill killings.”
During her two-month trial, Linville testified she was in fear for her life and paralyzed by fear as her ex-boyfriend, Mario Moreno, shot and killed both women.
Moreno took a plea deal exchanging his testimony against Linville for a maximum 32-year prison sentence for the killings.
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