Desiray Strickland, during a court appearance in 2015, is one of five former Job Corps students accused of murdering 17-year-old Jose Amaya Guardado in Homestead.
Desiray Strickland, during a court appearance in 2015, is one of five former Job Corps students accused of murdering 17-year-old Jose Amaya Guardado in Homestead. David Ovalle Miami Herald
Desiray Strickland, during a court appearance in 2015, is one of five former Job Corps students accused of murdering 17-year-old Jose Amaya Guardado in Homestead. David Ovalle Miami Herald

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