San Jacinto man sentenced to 20 years for kidnapping estranged wife A convicted felon pleaded guilty last week to charges of attempted murder for a March 8 incident in which he allegedly beat and abducted his estranged wife from her San Jacinto home before leading law enforcement officers on a 30-mile high-speed pursuit. Jesus Onofre Millan, 43, of San Jacinto, admitted to the attempted murder count and a robbery allegation under a plea agreement with the Riverside County District Attorney’s Office. Millan was sentenced to 20 years, four months in state prison. Prosecutors agreed to drop 13 other charges, including torture, evading arrest, carjacking, assault with a firearm and spousal abuse
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