Hit-and-run grannies face murder chargesMurder charges have been filed against two women in their 70s accused of befriending a pair of homeless men, insuring their lives for millions, then killing them in hit-and-run crashes to collect the money.
Helen Golay, 75, and Olga Rutterschmidt, 73, who have been jailed since May on federal fraud charges, could be face the death penalty under the new charges.
Read the Los Angeles Times story here. See previous post here.
And check out this post at LA's homeless blog.