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Mar 2012

Mission Viejo Bondsman Accused of 15 Felonies

The bail bond business is focused on getting people out of jail, but a Mission Viejo bondsman now faces 11 years in prison himself. Prosecutors are charging Kenneth Lance Hendrick, 49, with 15 felonies, saying. They say Hendrick worked with a prisoner to offer other inmates bail inside Orange County Jail, which violates state law. Hendrick is also accused of carrying methamphetamine in his sock...

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Mar 2012

California Supreme Court upholds sex abuse suits against school districts

Reported by Maura Dolan, LA Times, March 9, 2012 – Ruling in a Santa Clarita case, it says students may sue districts for alleged abuse by school employees if administrators ignore warning signs or fail to monitor the workers. School principals and other supervisors “have the responsibility of taking reasonable measures to guard pupils against harassment and abuse from foreseeable sources,” Justice Kathryn Mickle Werdegar,...

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Feb 2012

Marina del Rey Sheriff’s Deputy of 10 years suspected of child molestation…

LOS ANGELES — A Los Angeles County Sheriff’s deputy has been arrested for investigation of committing lewd acts on a child. Police say, Deputy Oscar Rodriguez, a 10-year department veteran, was taken into custody last Thursday and was immediately relieved of duty pending the outcome of criminal and administrative investigations.


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Feb 2012

Suspect in killings of 4 homeless men linked to other killings

Itzcoatl Ocampo, 23, is an Iraqi war veteran who was awarded medals in recognition of his service in the war and is now accused of stalking and fatally stabbing four homeless men with evidence that he intended to kill others. He is currently being held in the Orange County Jail under a “suicide blanket” with no possibility of bail, and faces life in prison or death...

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Jan 2012

Senators seek to give police tools to identify drugged drivers…

On January 29, 2012, the Associated Press released a story about two U.S. senators, Sens. Charles Schumer of New York and Mark Pryor of Arkansas, who believe that “the federal government should help police departments nationwide obtain the tools and training needed to attack a rising scourge of driving under the influence”…that is, drugged drivers. “Cops need a Breathalyzer-like technology that works to identify drug-impaired...

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Jan 2012

Fiction imitating Real Life with a Twist…

Once upon a time there was a girl named, Stephanie Plum, who doesn’t know what to do with her life after being fired from her job at Macy’s. Knowing that she needs to get a new job as soon as possible, she is hired as a bounty hunter in Trenton, New Jersey. For those of you who may not know,Trenton is the state capital of New...

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