Monthly Archives: November 2016

City of San Carlos doesn’t pay for Garbage Collection.

11/28/2016 Council Meeting agenda Item 10

Council member Matt Grocott continued to ask how much does the City pay for all of is garbage services. The spokesperson for Recology explained the it is included in the residential bills. That means they pay nothing for that service. Matt has been concerned with this question for a long time. None of the other four council members were concerned that the rate payers were paying for their services.


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Woodside High School attacker is charged with a crime.

Jade Armenio was attacked while sitting with other students during a break. There were several young men right there with her and did nothing to stop it. The attacker was a female student of WHS and is being charged in Juvenile Court. Why is she not being charged as an adult? Did the school or her parents not teach her to keep her hands to her self? If you disagree with someone you don’t assault them.

Todd Armenio. Jade father was quoted in PADP article as saying,  ” A lot of minorities at the school thought it was OK that someone COULDN’T express there views and First Amendment rights, and that they should get the crap beaten out of them.”

He also said “The family was looking for other schools for Jade to attend.”

The video that I watched was sickening, and not just because of the violent beating, but the casual actions of the male students. That was Disgusting behavior.


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It’s Illegal to file a false Police Report in San Mateo County. Why would Sheriff’s Office recommend prosecution?


San Mateo County Harbor Commissioner Sabrina Brennan


Thursday November 17, 2016 The Palo Alto Daily Post did a front page story titled “Official Investigated for assault.” by Emily Mibach. It’s not illegal to lie to a reporter.

Newly re-elected San Mateo County Harbor District Commissioner Sabrina Brennan with 145,710 votes is being accused by Brian Overfelt a board member of The Titans of Mavericks, and owner of The Old Princeton Landing Restaurant of assault.

If that were true Sabrina would have been arrested that night. The reason I say this is She was inside the restaurant with her wife and friends when two Sheriff Deputies walked up to her and informed her that “Brian wanted her to leave.” If I had been assaulted I would want her arrested, and I would have called the Sheriff’s Office to have her arrested not escorted out of my place of business. As it turns out when the 2 Sheriff Deputies realized that several people had the phones aimed at them they ceased with their mission of ‘Brian wants you to leave” and that was it for awhile.

I look forward to see the statement Mr. Overfelt has made to a Law Enforcement Officer. He told the Post she “threatened him, pushed him, and said she wanted to take me and my family down.” Again a reporter would ask Brian Overfelt, If that really did happen why did you ask the Sheriff Office just to ask her to leave, very strange.

It is no secret that a small group of political people would love to cause harm to Sabrina Brennan. She is at risk for living in an area that is patrolled by the San Mateo County Sheriff’s Office. The Sheriff might consider referring this investigation to another agency, Carlos Bolanos is close to Supervisor Don Horsley aka, Leader of the Coup on July 12, 2016 which appointed him to Sheriff when it wasn’t on the agenda.

There was also the May 26, 2015 Harbor District Meeting where SSFPD Deputy Chief Mike Brosnan refused to enforce the law. Supervisor Don Horsley requested a body guard from the Sheriff’s Office for his safety. Supervisor Horsley and his 2 staff members Chris Hunter and Nicholas Calderon attended that dangerous meeting and didn’t say a word, after Citizen Access TV owner John Ullom informed the public he was ordered not to turn on his broadcasting device, which was removed from the window, until the meeting was over.

Who gave that order? Mike Brosnan.

December 17 2015-2

San Mateo County Sheriff Greg Munks hires Mike Brosnan to be the County’s first Human Trafficking Coordinator $140,000 first yr. Carlos Bolanos raised it to $280,000 the next year.


May 26, 2015 Harbor District Meeting

Michael Stogner warning the BOS of a Brady Officer Sgt. Jason Peardon in the SMCSO. 5:18 mark


Sheriff Carlos G. Bolanos

Carlos Bolanos Integrity/Morales, vicious conduct Political Persecution. His Office submitted a recommendation to the District Attorneys Office to prosecute when they knew there was no evidence against Sabrina Brennan. WHY?

This should be reviewed by a Citizens Oversight Committee.

DA won’t press charges against harbor commissioner

Wagstaffe: video shows no evidence of crime

Half Moon Bay Article


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Calls for NSA Director to be FIRED.

WASHINGTON – The heads of the Pentagon and the U.S. intelligence community have recommended to President Barack Obama that the director of the National Security Agency, Admiral Michael Rogers, be removed from his position, sources familiar with the matter said on Saturday

This story is not newsworthy in San Mateo County for some reason.

November 20, 2016 1:01 AM

Officials call for NSA head to be fired

Leadership role, performance cited

Washington Post

WASHINGTON – The heads of the Pentagon and the nation’s intelligence community have recommended to President Barack Obama that the director of the National Security Agency, Adm. Michael Rogers, be removed.

The recommendation, delivered last month, was made by Defense Secretary Ashton Carter and Director of National Intelligence James Clapper Jr., according to several U.S. officials familiar with the matter.

Action has been delayed, some administration officials said, because relieving Rogers of his duties is tied to another controversial recommendation: to create separate chains of command at the NSA and the military’s cyberwarfare unit, a recommendation by Clapper and Carter that has been stalled because of other issues.

The news comes as Rogers is being considered by President-elect Donald Trump to be his nominee for director of national intelligence to replace Clapper as the official who oversees all 17 U.S. intelligence agencies. In a move apparently unprecedented for a military officer, Rogers, without notifying superiors, traveled to New York to meet with Trump on Thursday at Trump Tower. That caused consternation at senior levels of the administration, according to the officials, who spoke on the condition of anonymity.

The White House, Pentagon and Office of the Director of National Intelligence declined to comment. The NSA did not respond to requests for comment. Carter has concerns with Rogers’ performance, officials said. The driving force for Clapper, meanwhile, was the separation of leadership roles at the NSA and U.S. Cyber Command, and his stance that the NSA should be headed by a civilian.

Rep. Devin Nunes, R-Calif., chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, on Saturday sent Clapper and Carter a letter defending Rogers. “I have been consistently impressed with his leadership and accomplishments,” said Nunes, who is also a member of Trump’s transition team. “His professionalism, expertise and deckplate leadership have been remarkable during an extremely challenging period for NSA. I know other members of Congress hold him in similarly high esteem.”


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Plane crashed into home in Moss Beach, San Mateo County.

A small plane has crashed into a house in Moss Beach this morning. The crash was reported at 11:18 a.m. in the 1000 block of Park Street just north of the Half Moon Bay Airport. There were 2 passengers on board a female passenger was ejected on impact and she has died. The San Mateo County Coroner’s office has identified 57-year-old Melissa Magee as the deceased person.

The plane was a single-engine Cessna 172

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Menlo Park Police don’t know how to make an arrest, according to DA Wagstaffe.

I don’t think for a moment that MPPD made any errors here. The easiest way to comprehend what is going on here is to think of Organized Crime. Those Who Matter control who gets charged.

David Bohannon II was arrested twice by the Menlo Park Police Department. The first time was for Domestic Violence assault and second time was for violation a restraining order.

Mr Bohannon was scheduled to appear in court yesterday at 8:30 AM Instead of a case number and a courtroom to appear in it said he was to report to the clerks office.In the 16 years or reporting about court cases I have never seen that before.  DA Wagstaffe refused to file charges.

San Mateo County might consider Stop granting Restraining Orders all together. It gives a false sense of safety to the Victims and their loved ones. Our DA doesn’t enforce them. Colin T. Smith a San Mateo County Sheriff Deputy at the time he was arrested for violating a Restraining Order. Our DA produced a case that caused a conviction to be reversed because of Prosecutorial Misconduct and then refused to retry it. There is NO commitment to enforce Restraining Orders in San Mateo County especially if you are one of the

Those Who Matter people.


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San Mateo County Sheriff’s Office Investigating Woodside High School Assault.

Last week a female was assaulted by another female right in front of many young men who did absolutely nothing to stop it. The San Mateo County Sheriff’s Office has opened a criminal investigation.

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