Police say they found a 48-year-old Hispanic male suffering from multiple stab wounds on Jan. 28.
The victim allegedly fell from a moving car being driven by the Hollister woman.
No suspect information released at this time.
This is an ongoing investigation and the San Benito Sheriff's Office is still pursuing leads for other suspects in this case.
19-year-old male held on $1 million bail.
Defense attorney Gregory LaForge asks for two weeks to review Ji’s mental competency evaluation.
Jung Choi scheduled to appear in court the same day.
District Attorney goes for premeditated, first-degree murder; defense says Barajas was only shooting at the tires and didn't mean to hit anyone.
South Korean TV news crew is also on hand to film hour-long documentary.
Prosecution expected to present its evidence against the accused.
Decision on preliminary hearing date expected this week.
Judge Steven Sanders set a preliminary hearing for Oct. 22 to determine if there is enough evidence to either move forward with a trial or dismiss the case. DNA evidence still not available.
According to county investigator, Capt. Eric Taylor, accused killer Sang Ji, claimed his alleged accomplice, Jung Choi, beat his wife to death as he watched...but investigators say two people killed Yoon Hee Ji.
As murder case moves toward possible trial, Korean interpreter claimed she overheard conversation in which South Korean citizen Jung Choi told attorney that Ji had confessed to killing his wife.
Authorities suspect that body discovered near San Juan-Salinas Grade Road is that of Yoon Ji, whose husband, Sang Ji and a South Korean citizen, Jung Choi, were arrested on suspicion of murder.