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Ex-Power Rangers Star Gets 6 Years for Stabbing His Roommate to Death

An actor who appeared on the series Power Rangers Samurai has been sentenced to six years in state prison for the fatal stabbing of his roommate, a spokesman for the Los Angeles County District Attorneys Office told TheWrap on Thursday. Ricardo Medina Jr., 38, pleaded guilty to a felony count of voluntary manslaughter earlier this month. Medina also admitted an allegation of using a sword in the killing. ....Read More... //www.thewrap.com/power-rangers-ricardo-medina-jr-fatal-stabbing-sentencing/

Power Rangers Actor Admits Killing Roommate; Faces 6 Years Behind Bars

Over two years after Ricardo Medina 's roommate was stabbed to death, the ex- Power Rangers actor pleaded guilty today to the death of Josh Sutter. With sentencing set for March 30, Medina could face up to six-years in state prison. While no picnic to say the least, that's a far cry from the life sentence Medina was looking at when he was formally arrested in January 2016 on a charge of murder. That charge could have seen him behind bars for 26 years to life. The actor who   ...Read More... //deadline.com/2017/03/power-rangers-murder-ricardo-medina-killed-roommate-prison-guilty-1202044898/

Power Rangers Star Charged With Murder

Ricardo Medina Jr., a former star of the kids TV shows Power Rangers Wild Force and Power Rangers Samurai, was charged with murder Thursday in Los Angeles. According to the Los Angeles County District Attorneys office, Medina, 36, is charged with one count of murder for the Jan. 31, 2015, fatal stabbing of Josh Sutter at a house the two shared in Green Valley. The men allegedly got into an argument over Medinas girlfriend. The argument turned physical and Medina allegedly stabbed Sutter multiple times with a sword.   Read More... //www.thewrap.com/power-rangers-star-charged-with-murder/