Solana Beach man accused of murdering mother ordered to stand trial

By City News Service

A man accused of beating his mother to death at her home in Solana Beach because she had decided to stop supporting him financially is mentally competent to stand trial.

A judge says 31-year-old Bryan Chang is ready to stand trial for murder and special circumstance allegations of torture and murder for financial gain in the death of 60-year-old Sherry Chu Chang in January 2010.

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