Man to stand trial for voluntary manslaughter in Riverside killing case

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RIVERSIDE (CNS) - A parolee accused of killing a 22-year-old man during a confrontation in west Riverside must stand trial on a voluntary manslaughter charge, a judge ruled Tuesday. Kelvin Trayvone Taylor, 26, of Riverside was arrested in May following a nearly three-month investigation into the death of Jordan Love. Riverside County Superior Court Judge John Molloy ruled there was sufficient evidence to warrant a trial on the manslaughter count, as well as several sentence-enhancing parole violation allegations. The judge scheduled a post-preliminary hearing arraignment for Jan. 17 at the Riverside Hall of Justice. Taylor is free on a $180,000 bond. According to Riverside police Officer Ryan Railsback, Taylor and Love had an unspecified confrontation on the evening of Feb.
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