Jody Miller, 47, of Rancho Cucamonga, James Robinson, 41, of San Bernardino, and Jesse Thurbush, 41, of Victorville, allegedly killed James Cidney Brown in 2019. Valley News/File photo
MURRIETA (CNS) - Three felons accused in the fatal shooting of a 64- year-old man who interrupted a break-in at his Anza home, where he was cultivating cannabis for sale, must stand trial for first-degree murder and other offenses, a judge ruled today.Jody Lynn Came Miller, 47, of Rancho Cucamonga, James Max Robinson, 41, of San Bernardino, and Jesse Robert Thurbush, 41, of Victorville, allegedly killed James Cidney Brown in 2019.Following a preliminary hearing at the Southwest Justice Center, Riverside County Superior Court Judge Stephen Gallon found there was sufficient evidence to warrant a trial for the trio on the murder count, as well as attempted murder, burglary, attempted robbery and false imprisonment, with special circumstance allegations of killing in the cours
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