The person who murdered philanthropist Jacqueline Avant has acquired his sentence.
Aariel Maynor, 30, was sentenced to 150 years to life in jail plus a further consecutive 40 years in jail for the homicide of the 81-year-old by Los Angeles Superior Court docket Decide Kathryn Solorzano on Tuesday, April 19.
The sentencing comes after Avant was fatally shot throughout Maynor’s housebreaking of the Beverly Hills residence she shared with her husband, music government Clarence Avant, on Dec. 1, 2021. Maynor additionally fired pictures at a safety guard whereas making an attempt to flee the scene. The safety guard was not injured.
Based on Deputy District Lawyer Victor Avila, after the housebreaking, Maynor then broke into a house in Hollywood Hills and shot himself within the foot by chance.
Following the second break-in, Los Angeles Police arrived to the scene to seek out Maynor affected by a gunshot wound to his foot, per Beverly Hills Police Division Chief Mark Stainbrook. Detectives discovered proof connecting Maynor to the homicide of Avant, together with an AR-15 rifle. The Beverly Hills Police Division introduced his arrest on Dec. 2, 2021.