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A hearing to reconsider the murder convictions of two then-teenagers involved in Redlands’ 2011 Cinnamon Creek shootings was continued to April 29, so that one of the individuals has time to retain a lawyer.

Anthony Legaspi had fired upon five high schoolers as they sat in the Cinnamon Creek apartment complex’s playground. Jose Lara provided Legaspi a gun, and John Salazar drove Legaspi to the apartment. Two of the teenagers died, and two more were injured.

Salazar and Lara were both convicted of murder and attempted murder under the natural and probable consequences doctrine, because their criminal assistance to Legaspi, as participation in a criminal street gang, was determined to be likely

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