Lakeside man sentenced 35 years to life for murder

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A Lakeside man who killed his ex-girlfriend in 2011 was sentenced Sept. 30 to 35 years to life in state prison because his sentence was doubled due to the three strikes law.

El Cajon Superior Court Judge Daniel Goldstein gave David Charles Williams, Jr., 45, the long term. Williams said nothing and was fined $11,679 and ordered to pay $1,455 to the victim’s relatives.

A Lakeside man who killed his ex-girlfriend in 2011 was sentenced Sept. 30 to 35 years to life in state prison because his sentence was doubled due to the three strikes law.

El Cajon Superior Court Judge Daniel Goldstein gave David Charles Williams, Jr., 45, the long term. Williams said nothing and was fined $11,679 and ordered to pay $1,455 to the victim’s relatives.

A friend last saw Crosby, of Lakeside, alive on July 5, 2011 at an East County casino. The friend thought someone on a motorcycle gave her a ride. The family filed a missing person’s report and flyers were distributed in East County.

Her body was discovered in a shallow grave on July 29, 2011 and she had been strangled. Deputy District Attorney Chantal De Mauregne said Crosby and Williams dated for about six months before her death.

Williams received credits of 355 days in jail since his arrest on Oct. 11, 2014. He pleaded guilty to second-degree murder.

El Cajon woman sentenced to 10 years for leaving infant in hot car

Jessica Quezada, 24, of El Cajon, was sentenced Sept. 29 to 10 years in state prison for leaving her infant son in a hot car overnight for 14 hours in 2013.

Quezada is already serving a 27-month federal prison term for her guilty plea to conspiracy to distribute methamphetamine, and El Cajon Superior Court Judge Patricia Cookson ordered it could run concurrent with the 10 years.

A jury convicted Quezada of felony child abuse July 8 in the July 27, 2013 death of Giovanni.

Woman to be arraigned on charges of assault on her boyfriend

Jennifer Rebecca McKee, 35, will be arraigned Oct. 15 on charges she assaulted her boyfriend by trying to run him over with a car in Santee.

McKee has posted $30,000 bond following her Sept. 5 arrest by sheriff’s deputies for the 5:31 p.m. incident in the 10400 block of Cuyamaca St. in Santee. Her boyfriend, Myron Smith, 27, was not seriously injured.

She is also accused of trying to remove a gun from a deputy during her arrest. McKee is also charged with inflicting corporal injury upon Smith, assault with a bat, and assault with a car. Her bond conditions require her to stay away from Smith.