A Man was accused for fatally stabbing a Cal state Fullerton administration

The man blamed for lethally wounding a Cal State Fullerton manager this week faces a base sentence of existence without any chance to appeal whenever indicted in the on-grounds killing, California examiners said Friday. 

Chuyen Van Vo, 51, of Huntington Shoreline, has been accused of one check of homicide with an upgrade for the individual utilization of a blade "and an uncommon situation charge of lying in pause," the Orange Area lead prosecutor's office said in an announcement Friday. 

Vo is blamed for lethally wounding his associate, resigned Cal State Fullerton Steven Shek Keung Chan, 57, in a grounds parking garage about 8:30 a.m. Monday. Chan resigned in 2017 however came back to Cal State Fullerton in January to fill in as a specialist, the school said. 

Vo fled the scene and escaped specialists for a few days. He was captured at 10:16 p.m. Wednesday, police have said. 

He keeps up his honesty and is anticipating his day in court, his lawyer, Edward Welbourn, said Friday evening. 

No supplication has been entered for the situation, yet his lawyer said he will argue not blameworthy on Oct. 4, when his arraignment is proceeded. 

Police have not discharged a speculated intention in the murdering. 

Welbourn said Vo has no criminal record or record of brutality and that he is hitched with youngsters. 

"From the data that I have, he was very well-loved by the majority of his companions and neighbors," Welbourn said. "He's only a decent network fellow." 

Vo is being held prison without bail. With the uncommon situation recorded for the situation he isn't qualified for bail, his lawyer said. 

The suburbanite grounds of Cal State Fullerton is around 35 miles southeast of downtown Los Angeles and 8 miles north of Disneyland.

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