PEOPLE V. EDWIN SPEER:  A parole hearing was conducted today from California State Prison, Chuckawalla for Inmate Edwin Speer. On October 28, 1999, Inmate Speer was 23 years old when he committed Voluntary Manslaughter with the use of a Firearm and in Criminal Street Gang Activity by shooting and killing 19-year-old victim, Christopher Clark in Willows, CA. As Inmate Speer was on felony probation at the time of the murder, Defendant was resentenced on his other cases in Glenn and Butte counties. Shortly after entering prison in 2002, Inmate Speer severely beat a fellow inmate inflicting life threatening injuries and obtaining a new felony conviction in Monterey County, adding 7 years to his sentence. Inmate Speer is currently serving a 31 years 8 months determinate sentence with an early parole release date of May 1, 2026. The Parole Board denied Inmate Speer's parole for 1 year, when he will be eligible for a hearing for a second time. The parole hearing was virtually attended by Assistant District Attorney Ruby Neumann, who opposed the parole on behalf of Glenn County as well as 8 surviving family members of Mr. Christopher Clark and Victim Witness Advocate White.  Thank you to Glenn County Sheriff's Office Lt. Gibbs and Facilities/I.T. Technician Roy Medina for setting up and making the jail conference room and technology available for the Virtual Hearing.

PEOPLE V. KATHALENA RODRIGUEZ - Defendant was convicted of a felony violations of Penal Code section 29800(a)(1), Felon in Possession of a Firearm and Health and Safety Code section 11366,  Maintaining a Place for Use/Sale of a Controlled Substance. Defendant was sentenced to 2 years prison. This case was prosecuted by ADA Neumann with assistance from CHP Officer Williams.

PEOPLE V. JASON DONALDSON- Defendant was previously convicted of a felony violations of Penal Code section 273.5(a), Corporal Injury on Cohabitant and 422, Criminal Threats, and misdemeanor violation of 243(e)(1), Domestic Battery and was found in violation of probation for the 2nd time. Defendant was sentenced to 90 days jail and probation was reinstated. This case was prosecuted by ADA Neumann with assistance from Glenn County Probation Department Officer Ortiz. 

PEOPLE V. JAYMIE SKESLIEN - Defendant was convicted of a felony violation of Penal Code section 182/484(a), Conspiracy to Commit Theft and found in violation of misdemeanor probation. Defendant was sentenced to 90 days jail, drug court, and 3 years probation. This case was prosecuted by ADA Neumann with assistance from the Glenn County Sheriff's Office Deputies Zarate and Turner.