Ricardo Medina Jr., who played a Power Ranger in two incarnations of the well known TV arrangement, was captured on Saturday and blamed for killing his flat mate with a sword at their Palmdale, Calif., home.
Medina, 36, professedly got into a contention with flat mate Joshua Sutter, additionally 36, which transformed into a physical battle, the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department said in a news discharge.
The office said Medina went into his room with his lady friend, however Sutter took after and constrained some way or another into the room. At that point, Medina professedly got a sword he kept by the room entryway and wounded Sutter in the mid-region.
|Ricardo Medina (Ex. power Ranger)|
Medina called 911, held up at the scene and was busy for homicide at Palmdale Sheriff Station, where he is being held in lieu of $1 million safeguard, the office said.
Medina's specialists, Gar Lester, said the allegations were hard to accept.
"He's been my companion and customer for a long time and he's an extraordinary gentleman," Lester told the Los Angeles Times. "He's extraordinary to his puppy, he's incredible to his kin. He's truly a super individual."
The on-screen character, who likewise performs under the name Rick Medina, is best known for two parts in the "Force Rangers" arrangement: He depicted Cole Evans/Red Lion Wild Force Ranger in "Force Rangers Wild Force" in 2002 and Deker on "Force Rangers Samurai" in 2011-2012. His Imdb page likewise records minor parts in "ER" and "CSI: Miami."
Medina is required to show up in Antelope Valley Courthouse on Tuesday, as indicated by archives on the division's site.