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PEOPLE V. LESCALLETT, DARRELL – Inmate Lescallett, now 65 years old, committed a callous and especially heinous crime with an unprovoked motive when he was 25 years old. The present crime was very cruel and was carried out in a callous manner. The victim was stabbed multiple times. The crime was premediated and planned in advance as indicated by the Prisoner’s statement while en route to the Bay Area that it was necessary to kill the victim. The Prisoner violated a position of trust in that he used the victim to secure a ride. The Prisoner used a weapon to kill the victim.
Mrs. Jackson was asked for a ride from Lescallet , his brother and another person. Once in the car, Mrs. Jackson was pulled into the backseat and forced to the floor. Just south of Willows, Mrs. Jackson was placed into the trunk. They then drove to Oakland. During the ride it was discussed about killing Mrs. Jackson. Once in Oakland, Lescallet was doing more drugs. Lescallet went with his brother to kill Mrs. Jackson. Lsecallet used a knife to stab Mrs. Jackson eight times. Mrs. Jackson was also sexually assaulted by Lescallet.
This is Lescallett’s fifth parole hearing. He has been in prison for at least 40 years.
Lescallett was found unsuitable for parole and was given a three year denial. The hearing was attended at Tehachapi State Prison by District Attorney Dwayne R. Stewart.
PEOPLE V. CAMARENA, JOE - Defendant was convicted of FIVE felony violation of Penal Code section 496(a), Receiving Stolen Property including 2 Nut Carts, 2 Harvesters, and 2 Tractors in the amount of $207,355 belonging to Capay Farms. Defendant was sentenced to a consecutive 360 days jail, 3 years’ probation, and restitution to be reserved and determined at a later date. This case was prosecuted by DA Stewart with assistance from Glenn County Sheriff's Office Detectives Blair and Knight, Deputies Alves and Draper, and Tehama County Sheriff's Office Deputy Smith.
PEOPLE V. PAILLON. BRANDON - Defendant was convicted of a felony violation of Penal Code section 4532(b)(1), Escape from a Detention Facility. Defendant was sentenced to a consecutive 2 years state prison to the 3 year prison sentence he is currently serving also in Glenn County. This case was prosecuted by ADA Neumann with assistance from Glenn County Sheriff's Office Deputy Sheldon.
The Glenn County Solid Waste Transfer Station (former Landfill) will accept limited amounts of Household Hazardous Waste (HHW) from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. on Saturday, February 8, 2020.
2 December Parole Hearings!
PEOPLE V. JAMES GINO PARDINI
On December 4, 2019 at the California Medical Facility in Vacaville, California a parole hearing was held for Inmate James Gino Pardini. Pardini was still on parole from his 5 year prison sentence out of Glenn County for a Felon in Possession of Firearm felony conviction when he committed the new third strike felony of Felon in Possession of Ammunition and admitted to all three strikes. Pardini was sentenced to 25 years to life and had his first parole hearing. After a lengthy hearing, the Parole Board denied Pardini’s parole, and he will not be eligible for parole again for 3 years.
The parole hearing was attended by Assistant District Attorney Ruby Neumann, who opposed the parole on behalf of Glenn County.
PEOPLE V. DAVID FERGUSON
On December 12th 2019 at the Valley State Prison located in Chowchilla, California a parole hearing was held for Inmate David Ferguson. Ferguson had previously been convicted of the 1st degree murder of Allen Moack in 1978 and was sentenced to life in prison with the possibility of parole. After a lengthy hearing, the Parole Board denied Ferguson’s parole, and he will not be eligible for parole again for 3 years.
The parole hearing was attended by Deputy District Attorney Michael Coffey who opposed the parole on behalf of Glenn County. The District Attorney’s Office would like to recognize the courage of the family of the victim who personally attended the parole hearing and spoke in opposition to Mr. Ferguson’s parole.
Please see the attached listing of County offices and services available during the extended holiday period.