Man sentenced to life in prison in murder of Sacramento librarian

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Man sentenced to life in prison in shooting that killed Sacramento librarian

Updated at 5:18 PM PDT Jun 3, 2022

A man convicted of murdering a Sacramento librarian was sentenced Friday, according to the Sacramento County District Attorney’s Office. A release from the district attorney’s office said Ronald Seay was sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole. He was convicted on April 20 of the first-degree murder of Amber Clark, who was a branch supervisor for the North Natomas Library. As Clark was leaving work on Dec. 11, 2018, Seay was lying in wait in his car. He quickly got out of his car when she passed by him, following Clark to her car, opened the side driver’s door and shot her 11 times.After Seay was arrested the next day, investigators found two pistols inside his car, and they confirmed the 11 shell cartridges found at the shooting scene were fired from one of the two pistols.Roughly two years later, Clark’s family sued the Sacramento Police Department and the district attorney’s office believes that the agencies were withholding information.In the lawsuit, the family said two months before the shooting, Seay had been banned from the library after having some aggressive behavior toward library staff and customers.Related Video Below | Suspect in librarian’s shooting death has history of disrupting librariesHowever, according to the lawsuit, even with a lengthy police record and numerous mental health complaints, Seay was able to buy a gun from a pawn shop in Missouri.

A man convicted of murdering a Sacramento librarian was sentenced Friday, according to the Sacramento County District Attorney’s Office.

A release from the district attorney’s office said Ronald Seay was sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole. He was convicted on April 20 of the first-degree murder of Amber Clark, who was a branch supervisor for the North Natomas Library.

As Clark was leaving work on Dec. 11, 2018, Seay was lying in wait in his car. He quickly got out of his car when she passed by him, following Clark to her car, opened the side driver’s door and shot her 11 times.

After Seay was arrested the next day, investigators found two pistols inside his car, and they confirmed the 11 shell cartridges found at the shooting scene were fired from one of the two pistols.

Roughly two years later, Clark’s family sued the Sacramento Police Department and the district attorney’s office believes that the agencies were withholding information.

In the lawsuit, the family said two months before the shooting, Seay had been banned from the library after having some aggressive behavior toward library staff and customers.

Related Video Below | Suspect in librarian’s shooting death has history of disrupting libraries

However, according to the lawsuit, even with a lengthy police record and numerous mental health complaints, Seay was able to buy a gun from a pawn shop in Missouri.

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