Nathan Burris

Richmond Toll Plaza Killer Sentenced To DeathA Richmond man who gunned down his former girlfriend and her friend on the Richmond-San Rafael Bridge toll plaza because he believed the pair was romantically involved was sentenced to death Friday.
Sentencing In Toll Plaza Murders Delayed; Killer Hurls More Insults At Victims' FamiliesSentencing was delayed Tuesday morning for a man who gunned down his ex-girlfriend and her friend at the Richmond-San Rafael Bridge toll plaza in 2009.
Richmond Toll Booth Slayer Gets Death Sentence, Taunts Victims' FamiliesA Contra Costa County Superior Court jury on Tuesday handed down a death sentence for a 49-year-old Richmond man who murdered two people at the Richmond-San Rafael Bridge toll plaza in the summer of 2009.
Jury Weighs Death Penalty For Richmond Toll Booth Killer A Contra Costa County jury is now weighing the fate of the man who murdered his former girlfriend and her male friend on the Richmond-San Rafael Bridge toll plaza.
Toll Plaza Killer Claims Other Crimes, Tells Jury To 'Flip Coin' On Death PenaltyNathan Burris told a Contra Costa County jury Wednesday that they should “flip a coin” to decide whether to sentence him to death for killing his former girlfriend and her friend on the Richmond-San Rafael Bridge on Aug. 11, 2009.
Convicted Toll Booth Murderer Tells Jury To Flip Coin To Decide FateThe man convicted of killing two people at a San Francisco Bay area toll plaza says he doesn’t care if he gets the death penalty or life in prison and has suggested jurors deciding his fate flip a coin.
Guilty Verdict In Richmond Toll Plaza SlayingsA jury on Wednesday found Nathan Burris guilty of slaying two people at the Richmond-San Rafael Bridge toll plaza in 2009, the Contra Costa County District Attorney’s office reported.
Toll Plaza Murder Suspect Asks For Quick Conviction To Watch Monday Night FootballA double murder defendant has told a Martinez jury to convict him quickly so he can see “Monday Night Football” at the jailhouse.
Richmond Toll Plaza Shooting Defendant Says Victims Deserved To Be 'Put To Death'Nathan Burris told a jury in Martinez today that he has no regrets about murdering his ex-girlfriend and her friend at the Richmond-San Rafael Bridge toll plaza on Aug. 11, 2009, and said he still feels hatred for the victims.

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