Defense attorney Jay Arriola pushing for Torre to remain on house arrest pending his appeal

July 10, 2017 Nick Delgado

The ex-cop convicted In the shooting death of a fellow officer must report to the Department of Corrections this week to serve out his eight-year prison sentence. Mark Torre Jr. was convicted of negligent homicide in the 2015 shooting death of Officer Elbert Piolo. Though he has been ordered to go to jail on July 14th ... Defense attorney Jay Arriola is pushing that Torre remain out and under house arrest pending the outcome of his sentencing appeal. Days after the shooting in Y...

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