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Power Rangers Actor Arrested For Murder


Ricardo Medina, known for his role as Cole Evans in Power Rangers Wildforce and Dekker in Power Rangers Samurai was arrested on Jan. 31 for allegedly stabbing and murdering his roommate with a sword.


According to the news, the former Power Rangers actor had a heated argument with his roommate, Joshua Sutter, The situation escalated and Ricardo attempted to retreat into his room with his girlfriend but things got out of hand when Joshua broke into Ricardo’s room, unannounced. Ricardo lashed out out at Joshua by stabbing him once in the abdomen with a sword kept next to the bedroom door.

He then called the police and waited for them to arrive and have him arrested. He was arrested for murder charges and is being held on $1 million bail.


Source: Ny Daily News

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8 Responses
  1. Anonymous Says:

    And ofcourse the attention whore that he is JDF couldn't wait to past judgment and placing is inner monologue on the net for his depraved fans. I swear I can't stand that guy. Best wishes Ricardo. I know it was in self defense.


  2. Anonymous Says:

    Wow thats crazy.


  3. Anonymous Says:

    Wow. He is totally not going to be allowed back in the Animarium. O_O


  4. Anonymous Says:

    Holy shit son!


  5. Anonymous Says:

    Idiot


  6. Anonymous Says:

    glad he's willingly to take responsible for what he did, RIP for joshua


  7. Anonymous Says:

    Oh god!
    I heard that this morning but I couldn't believe it


  8. Anonymous Says:

    Here's hoping Rick Medina gets out if this okay. Based on the articles I've read, it really does look like an act of self-defence.


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