COALINGA — The person convicted of killing Kristin Good, who vanished from a California school campus greater than 25 years in the past, was hospitalized after he was attacked in state jail, his lawyer stated Wednesday.
Paul Flores, of San Pedro, was taken Wednesday from Nice Valley State Jail in Coalinga to an outdoor hospital the place he was in critical situation, in accordance with the California Division of Corrections and Rehabilitation.
The division didn’t verify that Flores had been attacked, with a spokeswoman saying through e mail that the circumstances surrounding his damage have been below investigation and particulars wouldn’t instantly be launched.
His legal professional, Harold Mesick, stated he was notified by corrections officers that Flores was attacked Wednesday, though he didn’t have any particulars.
“I simply pray for his restoration,” Mesick stated.
Flores had solely been transferred to the Central Valley jail final week from North Kern State Jail, Mesick stated.
North Kern is the place prisoners are obtained and processed earlier than being assigned to a different facility.
Flores was sentenced in March to 25 years to life in jail for killing Good.
The 19-year-old disappeared from California Polytechnic State College in San Luis Obispo on the state’s scenic Central Coast over Memorial Day weekend in 1996.
Her stays have by no means been discovered, however she was declared legally useless in 2002.
Prosecutors maintained that Flores, now 46, killed Good throughout an tried rape on Might 25, 1996, in his dorm room on the college, the place each have been first-year college students. He was the final particular person seen with Good as he walked her residence from an off-campus celebration.
Flores was arrested in 2021 alongside along with his father, who was accused of serving to to cover Good’s physique. Flores was convicted of first-degree homicide final October.
A separate jury acquitted Ruben Flores, 81, of being an adjunct after the very fact.