A Davenport man who shot to death his former girlfriend’s boyfriend ispleading guilty to second-degree murder and terrorism in a plea agreement. 27-year-old Juan Lozano had been charged with first-degree murder in thedeath of 29-year-old Jacinto Caldera of Moline, Illinois. In the plea, Lozano does not admit guilt but admits there is enough evidence for a conviction. He will avoid life in prison but could get up to 60 years when sentenced February 21st. Court documents indicate that Lozano had been ordered by a judge to stay away from his girlfriend after allegedly punching her in the face during a child custody dispute. The day after the no-contact order was issued, police say Lozano broke down the woman’s apartment door and started shooting. Caldera was hit three times and died at the scene.
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