A report obtained by the AP via a FOIA request states that the murder of Christine Calderon, 23, on June 19th by Dustin Kinnear, 26, in Hollywood was a direct result of systemic failure within the LA County Probation Dept.
Kinnear was released from state prison on April 6, about two months before the murder. He was ordered to report to county probation but never bothered to do so. He was thrown into jail three times for failure to report, the so-called “flash incarceration” that deluded believers in AB109 assert is/was supposed to be so effective in modifying behavior.
This report cites little effective communication between mental health and probation, and between the Sheriff's Office and probation. There is also a lack of interconnectivity between multiple data systems in the area. In addition, the probation dept. didn't have a clear idea of who was supposed to be handling the reporting which could have possibly gotten Kinnear rolled up for a considerable period of time.
Clicking here will link to an excellent AP piece on this subject.