Judies singer Warren Ullom gets 20 years in murder plea deal

Judies lead singer Warren Ullom gets 20 years in murder plea deal

Fulton DA Paul Howard has just announced that Warren Ullom, lead singer of local rockers The Judies, accepted a plea deal for voluntary manslaughter and has been sentenced to 20 years in prison for his role in a woman’s fatal heroin overdose.

Ullom, 24, had originally been indicted on murder charges in the June 2008 death of Rachel San Inocencio, 32. According to prosecutors, Ullom and the victim had met only a few days before her death. The two were shooting heroin in Ullom’s apartment when San Inocencio OD’d.

The DA’s press release has the morbid details (concluding after jump):

The victim suddenly became critically ill from the drugs, but Ullom refused to seek medical attention on her behalf. He instead called a friend to bring some cocaine over, and as the victim lay unconscious for hours, he injected her twice with cocaine in an attempt to revive her from the heroin overdose.