SAN LUIS OBISPO, Calif. --
Convicted killer and former Charles Manson follower, Bruce Davis may be released
Davis' parole was granted back in
October 2012, after 27 tries and 30 years in prison. He is still being held at
California's Men Colony.
Governor Jerry Brown has until
Friday to decide if Davis will be released.
Officials say Davis has been a
role model prisoner completing all available educational, vocational and self
This isn't the first time Davis
has been issued parole.
In January of 2010, Davis was recommended for parole but it was reversed
by then Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger.
Davis planned to move to Grover
Beach and was once welcomed to volunteer at New Life Community Church in Pismo
Beach but when Central Coast News reached out to the church today but they
didn't want to comment.
If freed, Davis will go to
transitional housing affiliated with Los Angeles County religious groups.
"They did issue a grant of parole
to inmate, Bruce Davis, because of his positive adjustment, his record of no
recent disciplinary problems and his successful completing academic and
vocational education and self help programs," says California Department of
Corrections and Rehabilitation Deputy Press Secretary Terry Thornton.
Under California law, the
governor may reverse, modify, affirm or decline to review the board's decision.
Central Coast News reached out to
Governor Jerry Brown's press office who said they won't comment until after the
decision is made on Friday.
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