What You Need to Know
- A new hearing has been scheduled for June 17 at the North Justice Center in Fullerton, California, for Ramy Fahim.
- Fahim is the employee at LPL Network RIA firm Pence Wealth Management who was arrested last month as a suspect in a double homicide.
- He was charged with killing a co-worker and the co-worker's roommate.
A new bail review hearing has been scheduled for the employee at LPL Network RIA firm Pence Wealth Management who was arrested in April as a suspect in a double homicide, according to the website of Superior Court of California for the County of Orange County.
The new hearing and arraignment has been scheduled for 8:30 a.m. on June 17 at the court’s North Justice Center in Fullerton, California, in room N3. The new date was set Friday during another bail review hearing, according to the website.
Prior to Friday’s hearing, Ramy Hany Mounir Fahim, 26, of Irvine, California, was charged with special circumstances murders for allegedly stabbing his co-worker and the co-worker’s roommate in their Anaheim apartment, according to Todd Spitzer, Orange County, California district attorney.
The “special circumstances of lying in wait and multiple murders” make Fahim “eligible for the death penalty,” according to Spitzer.
Fahim was charged with two counts of murder and two enhancements each of lying in wait, multiple murders and the personal use of a deadly weapon, Spitzer said in a news release.
Fahim is accused of stabbing his Pence co-worker, Griffin Cuomo, 23, to death and then stabbing Cuomo’s roommate, Jonathan Bahm, 23, to death in their Katella Avenue apartment in Anaheim at around 6:30 a.m. on April 19.
A building security guard encountered Fahim on the roof of the victims’ apartment complex around midnight on April 18, only hours before the killings, according to Spitzer. Fahim was also seen on the same floor of the victims’ apartment the morning of the killings.
Fahim was still inside the victims’ apartment and “suffering from a minor injury” when Anaheim police responded to the 911 call, the Anaheim Police Department said April 20 in a news release.