Marin DA will not seek death penalty in murder of Canadian tourist, Marin hiker

From left to right: 18-year-old Lila Scott Alligood, 23-year-old Morrison Haze Lampley, and 24-year-old Sean Michael Angold. (KGO-TV)

The Marin County District Attorney's Office has announced it will not seek the death penalty in the murders of a Canadian tourist and a hiker in Marin County last year.

The three drifters accused of killing the two people are Lila Alligood, Morrison Lampley and Sean Angold.

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Authorities say now that they've linked the killings of two strangers in the Bay Area to the same suspected killers, they're now working to see if any other unsolved crimes can be linked to the three drifters.



Steve Carter was killed while hiking in Fairfax and Audrey Carey was found murdered in Golden Gate Park last year.

It wasn't until the suspects were arrested in Portland days later and a gun was discovered in their car that the two crimes were linked.

The defendants now face the possibility of serving life without the possibility of parole.
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