BAKERSFIELD, Calif. - A man being sentenced after he took a plea deal for robbing a market, crashing into a car and then sexually assaulting a homeowner before being shot caused quite the disturbance in a Kern County courtroom Friday morning.
Steven Lujan agreed to a plea deal of 20 years and all of his charges were dropped except for attempted murder.
While leaving, Lujan caused a rollover crash that injured a mother and baby.
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Deputies said Lujan then broke into a home in Arvin, where he beat and sexually assaulted the homeowner before he was shot by the victim's son.
After hearing his sentence, Lujan got into a staring contest with deputies and was escorted out of the courtroom, but he started arguing with the deputies as he left.
While leaving, it appears that a struggle ensued between Lujan and the deputies.
Another suspect in the case, Rene Gomez, was sentenced to two years in prison after pleading no contest to second degree robbery