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  Today Normal Record 10/10/2014
High 87° 81° 102° (1991) 93°
Low 57° 51° 41° (1998) 53°


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Los Molinos man identified as suspect in slaying of 'San Quentin 6' inmate

Los Molinos man identified as suspect in slaying of 'San Quentin 6' inmate

California corrections officials say two inmates already serving life sentences, one of whom is from Tehama County, are suspects in the slaying of a notorious killer who spent 45 years in segregation after a bloody 1971 escape attempt at San Quentin State Prison.

Seventy-one-year-old Hugo Pinell, one of the "San Quentin 6," was killed in August, days after he was released to the general prison population at a maximum security prison east of Sacramento.         

On Friday, officials named inmates Jayson Weaver and Waylon Pitchford as suspects. No charges have been filed.         

Weaver, age 38, is serving a San Diego County murder sentence and a Sacramento County life sentence for a previous prison assault.          

In July of 2002, Pitchford, 37, and Red Bluff resident Thomas McDonald ran over 24-year-old Anthony Sforzini, in McDonald's car.

Both men were convicted of second degree murder and sentenced to 15-years to life in prison.

Pitchford had an additional 12 years added to his sentence for an assault behind bars.

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