December 2, 2023
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A former San Diego County inmate who was transferred to Kern Valley State Jail to serve an 18-year sentence for theft was beneath investigation together with one other inmate for allegedly stabbing one other inmate to demise, corrections officers mentioned Saturday.

Luis Alvidrez, 33, of San Diego, and Roland C. Corona, 57, allegedly fatally attacked fellow inmate, Isaac Duran, 41, at about 2:55 p.m. on Oct. 14, in line with the California Division of Corrections and Rehabilitation.

Duran sustained a number of stab wounds and was taken to an out of doors medical facility for the next degree of care. He was pronounced useless at 9:14 p.m. Thursday whereas beneath the care of medical employees at Kern Medical Heart in Bakersfield, in line with officers.

Alvidrez and Corona stabbed Duran with “an inmate-manufactured weapon,” in line with the CDCR. Each suspects have been moved to restricted housing pending investigation.

Duran got here to Kern Valley State Jail from Tulare County in April 2003, and was serving a life sentence for 2 counts of tried homicide with an enhancement for intentional discharge of firearm inflicting nice bodily harm, assault with semiautomatic firearm, and avenue gang exercise. Whereas incarcerated, he was sentenced in Kings County to serve 12-years and four- months for 2 counts of assault by prisoner with lethal weapon/instrument, three counts of possession/manufacture of lethal weapon by prisoner, and battery on non-prisoner.

Alvidrez was acquired from San Diego County on June 1, 2017, to serve an 18-year, four-month sentence for 2 counts of second-degree theft, and two counts of second-degree theft as a second striker. Whereas incarcerated, he was sentenced in Kern County to serve 5 years for the possession and manufacturing of a lethal weapon to supply nice bodily harm as a second striker.

Corona was acquired from Fresno County on June 4, 2003, to serve a life sentence with the opportunity of parole for a string of violent crimes. Whereas incarcerated, Corona was sentenced in Monterey County to serve 12 years for 3 counts of possession and manufacturing a lethal weapon.

No employees or further incarcerated folks have been injured, and the motive for the stabbing was not instantly obtainable.

— Metropolis Information Service