Stone asks Newsom to deny parole to man who killed six outside Temecula Valley High

State Sen. Jeff Stone, R-La Quinta, a former member of the Temecula City Council, is asking Gov. Gavin Newsom to overrule a decision to grant parole to a man who killed six people in a high-speed wreck outside Temecula Valley High School almost 30 years ago. Will Fritz photo
TEMECULA (CNS) - A Riverside County lawmaker is calling on Gov. Gavin Newsom to overrule a State Parole Board decision to free a man who killed six people in a high-speed wreck triggered when he plowed through a stoplight at a Temecula intersection while fleeing U.S. Border Patrol agents trying to stop him near a high school campus almost three decades ago.Sen. Jeff Stone, R-La Quinta, wrote a letter urging Newsom to "consider the victims and use your constitutionally granted powers to overturn" the State Parole Board's decision to release 43-year-old Jesus Sandoval Macias, a Mexican national who has served 25 years in state prison."Since his conviction, Mr. Macias has been denied parole several times, including a decision as recent as April 3, 2018, when it was denied for three ye
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