Stockton - Today, District Attorney Tori Verber Salazar announced that on Alazae Negron, age 20, pleaded guilty to the following charges:
Defendant will be sentenced to a 25 years to life sentence in state prison by the Honorable Ronald Northup on April Photo: Negron 21, 2020.
"Our thoughts are with the woman and her children who had to suffer through this nightmare," said San Joaquin County District Attorney Verber Salazar. "This office will be relentless in the pursuit of justice for victims of these, the most heinous of crimes."
According to court records, on December 17, 2018, the defendant and a 15 year old juvenile broke into the victim's home in the 1200 block of S Stanislaus Street. The female adult was home with her 17 and 11 year old sons. The defendants were armed with knives and forced the family into the mother's bedroom to look for money. While in the bedroom, the defendants forced the adult female to orally copulate each of them, then raped her in front of 11 year old son. She at first refused to submit to the rape, but defendants threatened to kill her son if she did not comply. They tied up the family and fled in the victim's vehicle taking with them several electronics including her cell phone. Stockton Police Department released sketches of the suspects to the media. Crime stopper tips led Stockton Police officers to the suspects and they were identified through both by the victims and through DNA evidence. Because of his age, the juvenile defendant could not be prosecuted in adult criminal court.
Mr. Negron will be eligible to face a parole board after serving 25 years in prison because of the 'youthful offender' law codified in Penal Code §3051.
District Attorney Verber Salazar appreciates all of the hard work by Deputy District Attorney Nicole Devencenzi, who successfully prosecuted this case, Stockton Police Detective Ricardo Zamora, as well as all the countless other Stockton Police Department Officers who investigated this crime.