Articles Tagged With ‘Dystiny Myers trial’




Dystiny Myers story aired as episode of murder show

The premiere of the second season of “Murder Among Friends”, which aired this week, showcases the Dystiny Myers murder, albeit with a slightly altered storyline. Set in “Nipomo County,” the episode consists of characters playing... (Continue reading)

Dystiny Myers killer committed suicide

Cody Miller, one of the five people convicted in the brutal killing of runaway Santa Maria teen Dystiny Myers, committed suicide, the Kern County coroner has ruled. Miller, 25, was found dead in his Tehachapi... (Continue reading)

Dystiny Myers killer dies in prison

Cody Miller, one of the five people convicted in the brutal killing of runaway Santa Maria teen Dystiny Myers, died in prison on Saturday. Miller was 25 years old. [Tribune] At about 2:40 p.m., Miller... (Continue reading)

Dystiny Myers suit dismissed as skull returns to family

The San Luis Obispo County District Attorney’s Office has agreed to return the skull of murder victim Dystiny Myers to the family of the deceased runaway teen. In March, Myers’ family sued the county over... (Continue reading)

Assistant DA Tim Covello to run for district attorney

San Luis Obispo County prosecutor Tim Covello is running for the office of district attorney. Covello has prosecuted several high profile cases since joining the San Luis Obispo County District Attorney’s Office in 1993, including... (Continue reading)

Final Myers defendant sentenced

A San Luis Obispo judge sentenced Jason Greenwell, the only defendant who testified in the Dystiny Myers murder trial, to 15 years to life in prison Tuesday. Greenwell pled guilty to second-degree murder in exchange... (Continue reading)

Jury deliberating Myers murder trial

BULLETIN: A jury of nine women and three men took only two hours Friday to find Rhonda Wisto and her son Jacob York guilty of all charges. (Posted earlier) The fate of mother and son... (Continue reading)

Miller flips again, agrees to life in prison without parole

A day after choosing to plead not guilty to the murder of Dystiny Myers, Cody Miller reversed his plea to guilty and accepted a prison sentence of life without the possibility of parole. Miller surprised... (Continue reading)