Former Power Rangers Star Sentenced to 6 Years for Fatal Stabbing of Roommate

Former Power Rangers Star Sentenced to 6 Years for Fatal Stabbing of Roommate

LOS ANGELES – Richardo Medina, 38, of Green Valley who many know as one of the red Power Rangers was sentenced today to six years in prison for stabbing his roommate with a sword.

The stabbing occurred following a verbal altercation with 36-year-old Josh Sutter who was Medina’s roommate at the time. The argument centered around Medina’s girlfriend and escalated and became physical. Medina grabbed a sword and stabbed Sutter multiple times killing him. Medina reported the incident to the police and initially told authorities that the stabbing happened in self defense.

Medina pleaded guilty to one felony count of voluntary manslaughter with a sword earlier in the month of March Los Angeles County District Attorney officials said. Medina was given the maximum sentence and will serve six years in state prison for the 2015 murder.

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