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The brothers were convicted in 2016 of the Salina murder.

Bay City News Service.

SELENAS – Monterey County District Attorney Janine Pecuni announced Friday that two brothers have been convicted of murder in the 2016 Chinatown area of ​​Salinas.

Jerry Sanx, 31, of Salinas, was sentenced to 26 years and four months in state prison and Salinas, 34, to 12 years and eight months in prison, prosecutors said.

The two had earlier confessed to killing Karim Jamal King in 2016.

Jerry Sanx shot the 23-year-old King on September 16, 2016, in the Chinatown area of ​​Salinas, on the corner of Bridge Alley and East Lake Street, and Lenny Sanx arranged a ride to the spot where King was killed. To prosecutors

Jerry Sinks was arrested on September 18, 2018 and Lenny Sinks was arrested on February 15, 2019.

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