Drifters sentenced in 2 Bay Area killings

MARIN COUNTY, Calif. (KTVU) - Three drifters accused for their role in two killings in the Bay Area in 2015 were sentenced Tuesday.

Inside the Marin County courtroom was heart wrenching expressions of grief, pain and loss. Before the judge handed down sentences, relatives of the two people who were murdered spoke of their anguish as the convicted killers sat just a few feet away.

Lokita Carter was addressing the three people who admitted killing her husband Steve Carter.

Morrison Lampley, Lila Alligood and Sean Angold pleaded guilty to the shooting death of Carter as he was walking his dog on a Marin County hiking trail in 2015.

The three killers looked down at the table while Carter spoke. Alligood cried during the statement.

They killed Carter two days after shooting to death Audrey Carey in Golden Gate Park. The three drifters had first befriended her.

After the statements the judge handed down previously agreed upon sentences.

Lampley who is said the be the gunman was sentenced to100 years to life in prison. Lila Alligood was sentenced to 50 years to life, and Sean Angold, who testified against the other two, received 15 years to life.