Murder Victim's Family Speaks Out on Plea Deal - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

4/14/08

Murder Victim's Family Speaks Out on Plea Deal

The family of a murdered Lubbock woman is speaking out about the killer's plea deal.

"He took my mom, he took a friend, a grandma," said Olga Grajeda, daughter of Olivia Sepeda. "There's no remorse on his face at all. He had a little smirk."

Juan Solorzano, 44, plead guilty last week to stabbing Olivia Sepeda at the West Fork Mobile Home Park in December of 2006. EMS rushed her to University Medical Center, where she later died.

Solorzano is sentenced to 45 years in prison as part of a plea agreement with the state. He must serve 23 years before he's is eligible for parole.

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