The homeless guy who pleaded accountable to killing a former Iowa State golfer has instructed a pass judgement on that he is sorry for his crime.
A handwritten letter from 22-year-old Collin Richards says he sought after to turn regret “for stripping a lifestyles from society … worse from a loving circle of relatives.” The letter used to be filed Tuesday into courtroom data.
Richards is scheduled to be sentenced Aug. 23 to lifestyles in jail. Police say he killed 22-year-old Celia Barquín Arozamena, stabbing her closing September whilst she used to be enjoying on a route close to the campus in Ames, leaving her frame in a pond. Richards were staying at a homeless encampment in within sight woods.
Barquín Arozamena used to be a best golfer in Spain as a young person and got here to Iowa State to pursue her profession.