SACRAMENTO (AP) — Officials say a Sacramento Skinhead street gang member is suspected in the slaying of a fellow white inmate in a California state prison.
The death Thursday of 36-year-old Aaron Glynn at Calipatria State Prison is the second prison slaying in less than a month with known white supremacist connections.
Officials say Glynn died of stab wounds to the abdomen, chest and neck. They named as suspects 43-year-old Charles Gilbert “Boots” Demar and 42-year-old Bryan Cook.
Sacramento County prosecutors say Demar was convicted of assault and drug crimes benefiting the gang.
All three were serving life sentences, Glynn from Tehama County, Cook from San Joaquin County and Demar from Sacramento County.
Devlin Stringfellow, a founder of the Public Enemy Number 1 white supremacist gang, was slain at another prison last month.