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Murder In The Family: 15-year-old Joshua Bradley Jenkins kills 5 family members, because he did not like the school his father sent him to; Sentenced to 112 years in prison


Jenkins and Grossmans

Victims
George Jenkins, 50
Alene Jenkins, 48
Megan Jenkins, 10
William Grossman, 78
Evelyn Grossman, 74

Find-A-Grave: George Jenkins
Find-A-Grave: Alene Grossman Jenkins
Find-A-Grave: Megan Jenkins
Find-A-Grave: William R. Grossman
Police say teen plotted slaying
D.A. Seeks to Try Boy, 15, as Adult in 5 Slayings
Teen-Ager Pleads Guilty To Killing 5 in Family
Teen Sentenced to 112 Years for Killing 5 Family Members
Murderpedia: Joshua Jenkins

Books
Broken By Birth
Broken by Evil

Movies/Documentaries
American Monster: Falling Down

INMATE INFORMATION

Inmate Name JENKINS, JOSHUA BRADLEY
CDCR Number K42174
Age 39
Admission Date 08/05/1997
Current Location Mule Creek State Prison
Location Link Directions
Parole Eligible Date (Month/Year) 02/2020
Parole Eligible Date Information
The Parole Eligible Date displayed above is subject to change.

The parole eligible date shown above is the first date the inmate is (or was) eligible for a parole suitability hearing by the Board of Parole Hearings to determine if the inmate should be released. The inmate is eligible for a parole suitability hearing as a youth offender because he or she committed his or her controlling offense while under the age of 26. The inmate’s first parole hearing will be scheduled during his or her 15th, 20th, or 25th year of incarceration, depending on the sentence imposed by the court. Alternatively, the inmate may be eligible for a parole suitability hearing as a youth offender because he or she committed his or her controlling offense while under the age of 18 and was sentenced to life without the possibility of parole. If so, the inmate’s first parole hearing will be scheduled during his or her 25th year of incarceration. For more information on parole suitability hearings for youth offenders, please visit the Board of Parole Hearings’ Youth Offender Hearing Overview

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