Man pleads no contest to taking leg from Wasco train crash scene

BAKERSFIELD, Calif. (KGET) — A person accused of taking the leg of a train crash sufferer and swinging it round pleaded no contest Thursday to all prices towards him, court docket information present.

Rosendo Tellez, 27, pleaded no contest to 4 misdemeanor counts: eradicating human stays from a location apart from a cemetery, disposing of human stays outdoors of a cemetery, destroying or concealing proof and resisting a peace officer.

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He was sentenced to a yr in jail, in accordance to court docket information.

Investigators reviewed video witnesses took of Tellez with the leg, which belonged to an individual hit by a train because it handed the Amtrak Station in Wasco on March 22.

In one, Tellez briefly brought the leg to his mouth, in accordance to court docket filings. Another exhibits him “waving the leg with his right hand and lifting it in the air as to present it,” the filings say.

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