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Alleged 'boogaloo' extremist sentenced to 41 years in murder of federal officer | The former Air Force staff sergeant pleaded guilty in the May 2020 murder of David Patrick Underwood.

Former Air Force staff Steven Carrillo sergeant pleaded guilty earlier this in the May 2020 murder of David Patrick Underwood.

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Former Air Force staff Steven Carrillo sergeant pleaded guilty earlier this in the May 2020 murder of David Patrick Underwood.

Highlights

  • Steven Carrillo, 33, pleaded guilty earlier this year to a federal murder charge in the killing of David Patrick Underwood and the attempted murder of Underwood’s colleague.
  • Carrillo admitted to posting messages on Facebook a day before the shooting asking anyone if they were “down to boogaloo” Carrillo also admitted firing 19 rounds from a homemade AR-15 rifle from the back of a white van being driven by a man he connected with online.
  • The men were shot on May 29, 2020, while they stood in front of a federal building in Oakland as hundreds marched on the streets.
  • The judge had warned that she could reject the plea agreement if she didn’t feel prosecutors did enough to justify the sentence.