Suspect in double homicide expected to face judge Tuesday

Burris faces first degree murder charges

BAKERSFIELD, Calif. - Double homicide suspect Aaron Burris is expected to appear in front of a judge for the first time Tuesday.

The 33-year-old faces first degree murder and second degree robbery charges.

Bakersfield Police officials say Burris fatally shot, then robbed a pair of workers, at a local marijuana collective, July 17th.

Security guard Devin Daniels and store owner Tony Sherman died during the shooting at First Reliable Medical Marijuana Collective off Chester Avenue.

The second suspect connected to the shooting, 16-year-old Miracle Jackson, remains at large.

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