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San Marcos Man Sentenced to 50 Years for Girlfriend's Murder

A San Marcos man was sentenced Monday to 50 years to life for the first-degree murder of his girlfriend.Edward Andrew Long was convicted Feb. 16 for the death of Elizabeth Antoinette Perez. She was found on June 13, 2016, inside her car that was parked on Interstate 15 in Escondido with a single bullet through her head. ‘Punching Game’ at Downtown Bar Leaves Man Dead Long was arrested nine days later in Las Vegas and charged in connection with her death.Police are unclear if Perez was killed in her car, though the front driver and passenger windows were shattered, and what the circumstances of the death are. Flames Rip Through Miramar Business Long initially became a person-of-interest after police served a search warrant at his house. He was later arrested when police performed a traffic stop in Las Vegas.Long has a criminal record and police said the killing was premeditated. Things to Do This Weekend: March 15-18 Photo Credit: NBC 7 San Diego
Source: NBC San Diego

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