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Authorities searched the campus as a precaution but determined that there was no threat. No other injuries were reported. Olivieri said it was the calls and help from the public that quickly led police to the suspect. “You see something, you say something — that’s so true, and that’s what happened in this incident.” Tim Lynch, a spokesman for Cal Poly Pomona, stressed that the day’s events were “an anomaly.” “I want to assure the incoming freshman and their families, this is a very safe community,” he said. The university will make grief counselors available to the campus community, as well as an after-hours crisis support line. “We grieve with the family members and loved ones mourning the loss of life today,” the university’s president, Soraya Coley, said in a statement. With its commencement held two weeks ago, Cal Poly Pomona — which enrolls more than 25,000 students — was quieter than usual Friday afternoon. Melanie Mota, 16, had just finished her college prep summer program for the day and was near the school’s soccer fields when a helicopter suddenly appeared and the sound of police sirens grew close. The Chaffey High School junior immediately worried there could be a gunman on campus. “With all the shootings that have been happening, that’s really the first thing that comes to mind,” Melanie said. “It shows what our generation has gone through — shootings in all these places around the world.
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(Stan Lim / Associated Press) A Los Angeles County Superior Court judge on Friday refused to overturn Gov. Jerry Brown’s decision denying parole to former Charles Manson follower and convicted killer Leslie Van Houten. In his ruling, Judge William C. Ryan said there was “some evidence” to support Brown’s decision in refusing to release Leslie Van Houten, 68, who in 1971 was found guilty of taking part in the brutal killings of Leno and Rosemary LaBianca in Los Angeles. If released, Ryan found that Van Houten “would pose an unreasonable risk of danger to society.” Ryan said the brutal and terrorizing manner in which Van Houten and her accomplices killed the LaBiancas demonstrates how the crime was more heinous than most and stands apart from others. In January 2018, Brown reversed a parole board’s decision to free Van Houten, who was 19 years old at the time of the slayings. Her attorney then filed a writ of habeas corpus seeking to overturn Brown’s decision. The parole board recommended Van Houten be released because of her age, remorse and her commitment to getting an education while in prison, according to court records. Despite her good conduct in prison and attempts to mentor other inmates, Brown said in January that “the aggravated nature of the crime alone can provide a valid basis for denying parole, even when there is strong evidence of rehabilitation and no other evidence of current dangerousness.” In his ruling issued Friday, Ryan said the governor is authorized to make a decision on whether someone is suitable for parole or not. “Unless the inmate can demonstrate that there is no evidence to support the governor’s conclusion that the inmate is a current danger to public safety, the petition fails to state a prima facie case for relief and may be summarily denied,” Ryan said. On Aug.
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