Idaho Teen Killer's Ex-Boyfriend Charged
KETCHUM, Idaho (AP) - The former boyfriend of an Idaho teen who was convicted of murdering her parents in 2003 has been charged with three felony drug counts after being indicted by a central
Idaho grand jury.
Twenty-six-year-old Bruno Antonio Santos-Dominguez was charged Thursday in 5th District Court with trafficking in methamphetamine, trafficking in cocaine and delivery of cocaine.
Police say Santos sold a half-pound of methamphetamine to an undercover detective, and that he sold cocaine in Ketchum. Santos was once a suspect in the 2003 slayings of Alan and Diane
Johnson but was cleared.
Sarah Johnson, 16 at the time, was subsequently convicted of two counts of first-degree murder and is serving two life prison sentences without parole.
The federal Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency says Santos is in the United States illegally.
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