Two inmates killed a fellow convict Thursday at a high-security Northern California prison, officers stated.

Correctional officers stated they noticed Anthony Rodriguez and Cody Taylor assault Luis Giovanny Aguilar within the day room of a restricted housing unit at California State Prison, Sacramento.

They broke up the assault by firing foam baton rounds and located one inmate-manufactured weapon at the scene. Aguilar was pronounced useless half an hour after the assault.

The sufferer was serving a four-year sentence from Los Angeles County for car theft and trying to evade a police officer whereas driving recklessly as a repeat offender.

Rodriguez is equally serving a four-year time period from Los Angeles County for the newest in a sequence of car thefts and drug possession convictions relationship to 2000. He is also serving a three-year sentence from Sacramento County for possession of a lethal weapon and assault by a prisoner with lethal weapon.

Taylor began out in 2013 serving a six-year sentence from Ventura County for theft. However he added four-year and 15-year sentences from Kern County in 2014 for tried second-degree homicide and two situations of possessing a lethal weapon by a repeat offender.

The prison homes about 2,100 inmates east of Sacramento.