Guilty verdict in murder

​It took less than a day for 12 members of a jury to find an Oakland man guilty of murder in the first degree Tuesday, June 13 in a Plumas County court room.
​The young man was also found guilty of using a deadly weapon –a knife, to commit the crime, and the enhancement of attempting to conceal the crime by arson on a national forest during a governor-declared state of emergency drought.
​Sheldon N. Steward was charged in murdering his best friend, Trevor Hominski, 20, on a camping trip gone wrong Aug. 20, 2015 near Mill Creek Campground at Bucks Lake.

4 thoughts on “Guilty verdict in murder

  • June 13, 2017 at 6:17 pm
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    One less scumbag. Good job Plumas County!

  • June 14, 2017 at 11:34 am
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    Wait a second . . . why is the longest sentence in this horrific murder, about: “declared arson on a national forest during a governor-declared state of emergency drought”. Really poor reporting. Would the murder been less important if it had happened in a fire safe area?

  • June 14, 2017 at 10:45 pm
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    Thank you D.A. Hollister and your team for getting justice for Trevor Holminski – Plumas County is lucky to have you!

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