High School wrestling coach facing 50 years to life if convicted of murder

High School wrestling coach facing 50 years to life if convicted of murder

fox5sandiego.com

NEEDHAM COURTSAN DIEGO, CA – The part time high school wrestling coach police say gunned down a man in Bay Park Tuesday was in court for the first time.

Jeret Needham is currently in jail on murder charges, he remains behind bars pending one million dollars bail.

42-year old Needham, a part time wrestling coach at Madison High School is facing 50 years to life in prison if convicted in the shooting death of 45 year Robert Howard Colegrove.

“Mr. Needham enters a plea of not guilty,” said his attorney Kerry Armstrong, “he denies all charges.”

Needham is accused of murder with special circumstances. The shooting happened Tuesday at a home in the 2200 block of Denver Street in Bay Park.  Needham was arrested after a three hours standoff at his home in Clairemont Mesa.  Friends of the victim told FOX 5, Needham and Colegrove got into a fight over Colegrove’s…

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