New trial date for trio accused in burglary-murder at Anza marijuana grow

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An Oct. 2 trial date was confirmed Monday, July 10 for three convicted felons accused of killing a 64-year-old man who interrupted a break-in at his Anza home, where he was cultivating cannabis for sale. Jody Lynn Came Miller, 48, of Rancho Cucamonga, James Max Robinson, 42, of San Bernardino, and Jesse Robert Thurbush, 32, of Victorville allegedly killed James Cidney Brown in 2019. All three are charged with murder, attempted murder, burglary, attempted robbery and false imprisonment, with special circumstance allegations of killing in the course of a burglary and killing during the commission of a robbery. Miller is additionally charged with sentence-enhancing gun and great bodily injury allegations. The trio was originally slated for trial in April, but one of the defense attorneys
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