Riverside, California 2021-07-28 20:42:44 –
California prisoners died of natural causes while waiting to be executed for murdering a disabled mother, officials said Wednesday. He was 68 years old.
Donald R. Milwee died in an outside hospital Tuesday night, orthodontic officials said. He was held in Corcoran’s state prison, halfway between Bakersfield and Fresno.
According to court records, he was sentenced to death in Riverside County in 1990 for shooting and killing his mother, Estamilwee, in 1986. After suffering a cerebral aneurysm in 1981, she was paralyzed on one side of her face.
Milwee lived on the riverside streets at the time. He didn’t get along with his mother, but was seen near her house that day.
According to trial testimony, his father sometimes hired Milwee for a strange job, so his son wouldn’t be blunt, but on the day of the shooting, Milwee was dirty and barefoot at their meeting place. And alcohol.
The prosecution said Milwee went to his parents’ house and shot his mother after his father left. According to officials, the father found the body and noticed that the rifle had disappeared from the closet.
Millwee was convicted of one murder, an enhanced use of guns, robbers, and one robbery.
By the time he was convicted, he had already been sentenced to manslaughter in San Diego County, severely injured, and convicted of a felony.
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