Prelim hearing re-scheduled for couple charged in Pacific Beach home invasion
by NEAL PUTNAM
Published - 01/03/18 - 04:43 PM | 0 0 comments | 4 4 recommendations | email to a friend | print
A judge has re-scheduled a preliminary hearing for March 5 for two people who are charged with committing a home invasion robbery in Pacific Beach and stealing a police patrol vehicle that went into Mission Bay from Fiesta Island.

The preliminary hearing for James Lee Graham, 40, and Stephanie Nicole Majsterski, 25, was to have been heard Jan. 3, but a San Diego Superior Court judge delayed it Dec. 29 at the request of attorneys in the case.

They are accused of residential burglary, false imprisonment and robbery of a woman on Pacific Beach Drive on Dec. 14. Graham was arrested afterwards, but Majsterski escaped by driving off in a San Diego Police patrol.

She drove it to Fiesta Island and it somehow got into Mission Bay. She is charged with auto theft and resisting an officer.

They pleaded not guilty to all charges Dec. 19 before San Diego Superior Court Judge Charles Gill, who ordered $600,000 bail for Graham and $300,000 bail for Majsterski. Both remain in jail.

Graham was convicted of 10 counts of robbery in 2008 and served a prison term. If he's convicted in this case, he could face a long "three strikes" sentence in prison of multiple life terms.

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