Ca. Supreme Court Won’t Review Case in Deadly Lancaster Crash


The California Supreme Court refused Wednesday to review the case of a young man convicted of second-degree murder for a crash that killed three people at a Lancaster intersection.

Davion Murphy, now 23, was convicted in March 2020 of three counts of second-degree murder stemming from the Jan. 11, 2018, collision at the corner of Avenue J-8 and Challenger Way that killed Yovany Salazar Calzada, 23, Rocio Perez Lopez, 26, and Calzada’s grandmother, Virginia Martinez, 61.

Murphy — whose three passengers survived the collision — went through a red light in his silver Lexus and struck the driver’s side of the Subaru WRX containing the victims, according to Deputy District Attorney Casey Higgins.



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