Fourth suspect arrested in elderly San Jose woman's beating death

Thursday, July 27, 2017 06:12PM
A fourth suspect is set to be charged in the beating death of an elderly woman in San Jose who was affectionately known as "Miss Flo."


SAN JOSE, Calif. - The Santa Clara County District Attorney's Office confirms that a fourth suspect is set to be charged in the 2016 beating death of 88-year-old San Jose resident Flovais Douglas, who was known as Miss.Flo.

RELATED: Third suspect arrested in elderly San Jose woman's beating death

Johnny Brown, 19, was arrested Tuesday by the sheriff's department. He's facing charges of murder, burglary, robbery, and elder abuse. Brown is set to appear in court Wednesday.

RELATED: Third suspect arrested in elderly San Jose woman's beating death

Officials say Brown and Zachary Cuen, also 19, are accused of breaking into the woman's San Jose home and beating her during a robbery.

Jennifer Hernandez Jimenez, 19, is charged with helping conceal the crime.

Perla Arreola, 20, was arrested in May and booked as an accessory to murder and conspiracy to obstruct justice.
Douglas died last October after fighting for her life for several weeks.

Miss Flo was a pillar in her church and her community.
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