Wednesday, April 19, 2017

Daily Corrections Clips


The Los Angeles Times

As California prison officials shift toward inmate programs centered on rehabilitation and education, they are evaluating new regulations for awarding time credits for good behavior and reaching milestones.

Bill Lindelof, The Sacramento Bee

Two correctional officers at Mule Creek State Prison in Ione suffered minor injuries when they were allegedly hit by inmates while in the mess hall.

At dinner Monday, an officer confronted an inmate who was noticed taking an extra food tray from the serving line. The inmate and his cellmate then attacked the officer, hitting him in the head, according to a California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation news release.

Suspect shot and killed victim in 2015
Rasna Suri, abc 23 News

BAKERSFIELD – The man accused of killing a 23-year-old Marine Veteran was sentenced in court today.

Alonso Corona shot and killed Victor Anaya in Southwest Bakersfield in August of 2015. He was arrested and faced several charges including first-degree murder, attempted murder, gang member in possession of a loaded firearm, participation in a criminal street gang, and shooting at an occupied dwelling.


Sierra Wave Media

Former Inyo County Health & Human Services Integrated Caseworker Supervisor Dawndee Rossy was sentenced today to nine years in prison to be served at the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation.

Ms. Rossy has been in custody at the Inyo County Jail since August 29, 2016, and will soon be transported to the reception center for the Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation. She was also ordered to pay restitution in the amount of $1,543,785.24, plus an additional $272,491.00 for unpaid state income tax.