Four accused of torturing, killing Wildomar man arraigned

Christian Meza, Christina Meza, Roberto Camacho, and Alejandro Villegas were arraigned on Friday. (Riverside County Sheriff's Department)
MURRIETA (CNS) - Four of seven people accused in the gang-related torture-killing of a 31-year-old Wildomar man whose remains were dumped in the Cleveland National Forest pleaded not guilty Friday to murder and other charges. Roberto Ramon Camacho, 43, Christina Mesa, 30, Cristian Gabriel Meza, 28, and Alejandro Villegas, 25, were arrested over the last six weeks in connection to the August slaying of Frery Coronel. In addition to first-degree murder, all four face special circumstance allegations of killing for the benefit of a criminal street gang and inflicting torture in the commission of a murder. They were arraigned before Riverside County Superior Court Judge Stephen Gallon, who scheduled a felony settlement conference for Nov. 22 at the Southwest Justice Center in Murrieta. The
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