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The Rancho Cucamonga, California Murder, Anthony Spennato And Beth Ullom Arrest And Charges Explained

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The Rancho Cucamonga, California Murder, Anthony Spennato And Beth Ullom Arrest And Charges Explained

The Rancho Cucamonga, California murder has attracted suspects, as Anthony Spennato And Beth Ullom got arrested in connection with the murder.

San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department made it public about the arrest and charges of two suspect that got apprehended after getting identified.

The couples involved in the alleged incident on May 6, 2021, are Beth Ullom and Anthony Spennato.

According to reports, three vehicles collided in the 10800 block of Church Street. One of the drivers was shot during the incident, causing him to lose control of the vehicle.

Police have not disclosed when or how they identified the couple as the perpetrators. More information about the couple has yet to be released.

The San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department has not even released the couple’s mugshots.

Couple Beth Ullom and Anthony Spennato got arrested following the Rancho Cucamonga three-vehicle accident.

According to reports, one of the drivers in the accident got found with a gunshot wound.

Deshawn When Corey Cooper was driving nearby, he got shot and lost control of his vehicle. As a result, the car swerved into moving traffic and clashed with two other automobiles before coming to a stop.

Detectives from the Specialized Investigation Division got called in after the incident, and their investigation has been ongoing for the past year.

Using multiple data sources, investigators discovered information on a white Jeep they suspected was involved and discovered that it belonged to a couple from Rancho Cucamonga

Anthony Spennato is currently 40 years of age, while Beth Ullom is currently 39.

On April 28, the couple was interviewed. They were arrested and booked into the Central Detention Center in San Bernardino the same day.

Spennato has been charged with murder and his bail has been set at $1 million. Ullom, on the other hand, was held on $50,000 bail and charged with accessory to murder.

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