Former Red Power Ranger Charged with Killing Roommate with a Sword

Former Power Ranger, Ricardo Medina, Jr was charged with murdering his roommate with a sword.

Medina played the Red Wild Force Ranger in the Fox Kids/ABC Kids TV series in 2002 and again in 2012. The incident allegedly stated with a fight between Medina and his roommate Josh Sutter. But, it's official. Actor Ricardo Medina has been charged with murder for allegedly killing his ex-roommate with a sword last year. He's currently in jail waiting for a bail hearing. The Los Angeles Sheriff's department took Medina into custody on Thursday. The District Attorney is requesting a a $1 million bail for the actor as he awaits an arraignment on January 19 in Los Angeles County Superior Court. Power Ranger Ricardo Medina Jr Even though he was taken in for the murder back a year ago, Medina was let go after a court hearing because the case was rejected. At the time, the District Attorney's office said the incident was still being investigated and would consider charges in the future, according to Deadline. According to TMZ, Medina ran into his room with his girlfriend but, Sutter forced his way into the bedroom and that's when Medina allegedly stabbed him once in the stomach with the sword. When released from custody last February, Medina said, “I’m very, very, very sorry for what occurred. I’m very happy to be out of jail, and my heart goes out to the Sutter family.” It is interesting to point out that this is not the first Power Rangers arrest. Walter Jones, who played the Black Ranger in the 1990s was arrested for a DUI seven years ago. In 2009, Skylar Deleon, another actor from the Power Rangers series was sentenced to death for murdering a couple on a yacht. All of this begs the question: Are the Power Rangers haunted?

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