Redwood City Manager Diaz, Melissa Stevenson, and the City Council should fix this. RWCPD Chief Mulholland is responsible for this. Two sets of Books.
This is not Breaking News, X Sheriff Deputy Colin T. Smith arrested twice by Redwood City Police Department in August & December 2013 same story. Not on the daily log for the public or reporters to be informed.
San Mateo County Sheriff Sergeant Aquino recent DUI arrest is just another example. His arrest September 14, 2019 is on one daily log, the one you have to go in person to the Redwood City Police Station and specifically ask for. The other daily log is on the internet for the public and reporters to view online much more convenient Sheriff Sergeant Luis Dejesus Aquino DUI arrest was not on that daily log list. I drove up from Monterey County to view the Special Daily Log and confirmed that San Mateo County Sheriff Deputy Luis Dejesus Aquino was arrested on September 14, 2019. He refused both blood and breath test, which should be a suspension of California Drivers License.
San Mateo County News.com was the first article on October 1, 2019 that was 2 weeks after the arrest. Most if not all San Mateo County Sheriff Employees knew he was arrested. Did any of them contact a reporter?
I have asked Public Information Officer Rosemary Blankswade & Sheriff Carlos G. Bolanos to provide the Booking Photo of Sheriff Sergeant Luis Dejesus Aquino several times they have refused. They have never provided the Booking photo to any News provider.
The Palo Alto Daily Post (The only print media) article October 25, 2019 by Emily Mibach
“The Post only learned of this arrest once Wagstaffe’s office yesterday arraigned Aquino on the charges of refusing to submit to a Breathalyzer test and DUI. The Post routinely gets lists of recent arrestees from Redwood City police, but Aquino is not listed on the log for either Sept. 14 or 15.”
It’s possible the Booking Photo was Never taken.
You can’t possibly manage what you don’t measure.
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