Sentencing delayed again for Tyler Flach following second-degree murder conviction
The sentencing for Tyler Flach in the fatal stabbing of a teenager has been delayed again.
Flach was supposed to be sentenced in December for the 2019 murder of 16-year-old Khaseen Morris, which happened during an after-school fight in Oceanside. That sentencing was delayed when Flach's lawyers worked to vacate the verdict.
Flach was convicted on all four counts against him, including second-degree murder, in November.
The charge carries a prison sentence of 25 years to life.
Flach is now expected to be sentenced at the end of February.