The security measures at Vista Grande, De Portola Middle School, Kumeyaay, Serra High, and Tierrasanta elementary schools were enforced about 1 p.m after
Police officers also closed down several streets while searching on foot and patrolling above from a helicopter according to 10news
The lockdowns were cancelled about 2:30 p.m., said the San Diego Unified School District Communications Department.
Pupils at Kumeyaay Elementary, the closest campus to the spot where Matthew Rowley disappeared, were bused to a nearby high school as an added safety precaution.
Around 6 p.m., San Diego police officers arrested Matthew Rowley near a home in the area, It was not immediately clear if Rowley, who surrendered peacefully, was friends with someone who lives at in Tierasanta.
Matthew Rowley was wanted in connection a deadly shooting that occurred near
On Jan 16th at 9:30 that night, corona police officers responded to reports of gunfire found 20-year-old Daniel Stordahl of
Investigators arrested Patrick Kohler, 22, of
The motive for the slaying of Patrick Kohler was unknown, and it was unclear if Rowley and the victim had been acquainted, Velasco said.
He will be taken to the San Diego Jail booking and arrest process before being transported back to Corona Ca. His bail bond in the Riverside Jail and San Diego Jail will be high around a $1 million dollars.
However, there is no bail bond available from the crime of murder or attempted murder. Most likely he will need a bail bond review to take place after Matthew Rowley’s arraignment.
He is looking at being sentenced for the crime of murder with up to life in prison. Writing a
bail bond would
be risky on Mathew Rowley because he has nothing to lose. When a criminal arrested in Tierra Santa is
looking at life or death in prison, they will most likely skip bail. I would definitely need Dog the bounty hunter
to catch him. San Diego
This post is written by Steve Zink