Monthly Archives: July 2021

Sheriff Carlos G. Bolanos knows a Great thing when he hears about it.

Michael G. Stogner

Sheriff Carlos G. Bolanos

I’m talking about the City of South San Francisco and some of its Business owners last week providing FREE CATALYTIC CONVERTER ETCHING. This service was provided to the residents of SSF for serval days from several providers.

This was an excellent public service and a Great Message to thieves. Don’t Steal Catalytic Converters from SSF cars.

San Mateo Sheriff Carlos G. Bolanos and his staff Know a Great Idea when they see or hear about it. They have set up a County wide program for this July 28, 2021 at a Jiffy Lube.

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This next Wednesday July 28, 2021 at Jiffy Lube in San Carlos located at 1030 El Camino Real. Appointments available as of this writing are just 2 out of 16. Here is the Appointment Link good luck.

Appointments

You would think a County with 766,000 residents would have more than one provider for 4 hours maybe the County Supervisors should talk to Sheriff Bolanos and come up with a County wide service to the residents of the County. I recommend they talk to the Government leaders of South San Francisco. Great Job.

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Supervisor David Canepa voted No, Why?

By Michael G. Stogner

Yesterday morning I sent an e-mail to San Mateo County President of the Board of Supervisors David Canepa asking him if he would confirm that he was one of the three NO Votes. I didn’t want to produce this article without conformation that it was true. He has not responded to my information request but the video I have linked below confirms it. The Bay Area Air Quality Management District’s Board of Directors meeting on July 21, 2021 Voted 19 Yes to 3 No for overwhelming approval. It’s always the Vote that counts.

President of Supervisors David Canepa

Video of the entire meeting vote at 5:14:11 mark

NEWS RELEASE

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: July 21, 2021 CONTACT: Kristine Roselius, Air District, 415.519.5419

Beth Willon, Communications Director for Supervisor Cindy Chavez, 408.660.5174

Air District strengthens refinery rule to reduce particulate emissions from fluidized catalytic cracking units

Reducing emissions from FCCUs is a critical step to control health-threatening air pollution

SAN FRANCISCO – The Bay Area Air Quality Management District’s Board of Directors today adopted amendments to Regulation 6, Rule 5: Particulate Emissions from Refinery Fluidized Catalytic Cracking Units to further reduce particulate matter emissions from petroleum refineries. The rule is now the most health-protective and stringent regulation of its kind in the country.

The Air District adopted Rule 65 in 2015 to minimize particulate matter emissions from Fluidized Catalytic Cracking Units, or FCCUs, which are the largest single source of particulate matter emissions at refineries and some of the largest individual sources of particulate matter in the Bay Area. The new amendments impose stricter FCCU control requirements to reduce health- threatening air pollution.

“Today’s vote by the Air District Board of Directors is a victory for every Bay Area resident, particularly those living in communities surrounding refineries as well as the refinery workers regularly exposed to harmful particulate pollution,” said Santa Clara County Supervisor Cindy Chavez, who is chair of the Air District Board of Directors. “We are committed to protecting the health of both refinery workers and neighbors and look forward to implementing this landmark protective rule with Chevron and PBF.”

“As scientific understanding continues to advance on the harmful health effects of particulate matter

pollution, stricter controls are necessary to protect air pollution exposure in impacted areas and t

The Air District is committed to reducing toward controlling the most significant air pollution health hazard in the Bay Area.”

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San Mateo County Requires Masks in County Facilities.

By Michael G. Stogner

San Mateo County has just announced this change. Starting July 26, 2021

July 22, 2021
For Immediate Release County of San Mateo to Require Face Coverings in County Facilities Due to Rise in COVID-19 CasesMasks mandatory as of Monday in County facilities, regardless of vaccination status
Redwood City –Visitors to all indoor County of San Mateo facilities will be required to wear a face covering as of Monday, July 26, due to a troubling rise in coronavirus cases.As case rates rise and the highly transmissible Delta variant is increasingly prevalent, health officers around the Bay Area have recommended that everyone wear masks indoors, regardless of their vaccination status. The Delta variant, which is more contagious and spreads more easily and quickly than other variants, has become the dominant strain in California and is now responsible for more than 80 percent of cases nationwide.The County of San Mateo, out of an abundance of caution and to protect public health, is requiring face coverings as of Monday for the public when indoors at County offices, clinics and other publicly accessible facilities. The masking requirement is similar to guidelines in place before the state’s June 15, 2021, reopening.“Our deepest condolences go out to all of you who have lost loved ones and friends due to the pandemic,” said County Manager Mike Callagy. “The increasing case numbers are a harsh reminder that we are not done with COVID and COVID is not done with us. Let’s all continue to do our part by getting vaccinated and taking common-sense precautions so we can keep all of us safe.”Although vaccines are proven to be highly effective against COVID-19, County officials said they need to take action now to protect younger children and overall public health as cases rise.On June 15, the day of the state reopening, County Health recorded 13 new COVID-19 cases. That number grew to 74 cases on July 15, and the trend continues to be troublesome.The latest seven-day average of cases per 100,000 people is 5.2. It was 1.3 in mid-June.    The latest test positivity rate is 2.6 percent; the test positivity rate was around 0.4 percent a month ago.To date, County Health has identified 43,444 positive cases of COVID-19 across all of San Mateo County and 584 deaths.A week ago, July 14, there were four people hospitalized with COVID-19. There are now 15 people with COVID-19 in the hospital and six of those are in the intensive care unit.

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Barbara Bonilla in Court today.

By Michael G. Stogner

Barbara Bonilla

Update: Next Court Date is December 7, 2021 She did not appear today, and was not required to.

Barbara Bonilla is in San Mateo County Superior Court today at 1:30 PM. You can listen to the proceeding at 1-206-279-9589 Code 599028

For those who don’t know or don’t remember Barbara Bonilla is/was Sheriff Carlos G. Bolanos’s right hand woman for the last 20 years. They worked together at Redwood City Police Department. Her speciality/strength was Fundraising. When Carlos Bolanos left the RWCPD to join his friend Sheriff Greg Munks as the UnderSheriff of San Mateo County in 2007, Barbara Bonilla shortly followed and became employed by the San Mateo County Sheriff’s Office. She was Sheriff Bolanos’s Campaign Manager for the 2018 Campaign for Re-Election.

February 28, 2020 San Mateo County News.com wrote the first article about Sheriff Activities League Executive Director Barbara Bonilla being placed on Administrative Leave and escorted from her office on February 10, 2020.

First Article 2/28/2020

Question for the residents of San Mateo County, How many San Mateo County Employees and Elected Officials knew that Barbara Bonilla was escorted out of her office at SAL Headquarters and was being Investigated for Embezzlement and Money Laundering before I wrote my first article.

I can tell you that Barbara Bonilla, Carlos G. Bolanos, Christina Corpus, and Supervisor Don Horsley did. Not one of them notified the public or the media. Why?

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The real San Mateo County.

By Michael G. Stogner

Chinedu Valentine Okobi R.I.P.

Yesterday July 20, 2020, 21 months after Six San Mateo County Sheriff Employees Killed 36 year old Chinedu V. Okobi on El Camino Real in Millbrae/San Bruno The Supervisors discussed in Closed Session the progress of the two Civil Lawsuits that the relatives have brought against San Mateo County and a long list of Employees who were involved in the Misinformation aka Lying to the Residents of SMC about what actually occurred on October 3, 2018.

This happens every time Law Enforcement in San Mateo County kills a man or woman. The San Mateo County Media, San Mateo County Counsel, and San Mateo County Supervisors join in the character assassination of the DECEASED.

In Chinedu’s case everyone knows by now that the San Mateo County Sheriff’s Office has No Plan in place on how to make a Pedestrian Stop. Thats right Chinedu Okobi was simply walking down the sidewalk while Black when Sheriff Deputy Joshua Wang spotted him while he was traveling northbound in his patrol car. He activated his lights which activated his dashboard video camera which shows him making a U-turn.

Within 8 minutes Chinedu was Tased 7 times, struck with extended baton, Dogpiled by SIX SMC Employees and sprayed with O.C. spray in the face at close range while being handcuffed where he died. From that moment on San Mateo County started to promote the false story of “He was breathing and had a pulse when the Sheriff’s Office Employees turn him over to the AMR people.”

Nothing could be further from the Truth.

There is NO EVIDENCE that any of the Six Employees checked Chinedu Okobi’s pulse or provided ANY Life Saving measures after he was handcuffed and approximately 9:30 minutes passed before ARM people touched him.

How much Taxpayer Money has SMC Supervisors approved for this legal action? How much have they spent to date?

Today 9:00 AM U.S. Court for the 2 Civil cases

U.S. Court Calenda

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San Mateo County Wear Masks Indoors.

By Michael G. Stogner

You had to know this was coming, Chamber of Commerce is the last group of people to listen to when it involves your personal HEALTH. If you haven’t read the Crimson Contagion Functional Exercise of 2019 I recommend that you do. I read it in March of 2020 and made my own mind up on how to protect myself this last 16 months. I’m glad I did.

Crimson Contagion Exercise 2019

Something for the young and unvaccinated to think about is the Blake Bargatze story. A healthy 24 year old with the waiting to see attitude one day then in 3 different Hospitals for over 90 days needing both lungs replaced. He wishes he got vaccinated now I’ll bet he does. If you don’t know how much a hospital cost per day look it up.

Here is San Mateo County’s announcement from today.

Counties of San Mateo, Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, San Francisco, Santa Clara, Sonoma, and the City of Berkeley Recommend Masking Indoors for Everyone as a Precaution Against Increased Circulation of COVID-19

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Kaylan Charles Freeman in Court July 14, 2021, 9:00 AM

By Michael G. Stogner

Update: 9:00 AM Phone 1-503-300-6847 Code 438807

This is the Nine Year Rape/Sexual Assault Investigation by San Mateo County Sheriff Office if you believe Sheriff Carlos G. Bolanos and Public Information Officer Rosemerry Blankswade.

The Sheriff’s Office had been building the case since 2013 when the first victim in the county came forward. Sheriff’s Office spokeswoman Rosemerry Blankswade said the initial reports were “unfortunately vague or didn’t include a lot of detail.” And it wasn’t until a case linked to Freeman surfaced in a neighboring jurisdiction, coupled with a witness identifying Freeman, that the San Mateo County investigation was reinvigorated.

The Sheriff’s Office claim is that they had no idea who he was until January 2021.

Here is why that statement is Impossible to be true.

On April 3, 2014 at 11:25 AM San Mateo County Sheriff Sergeant Ceferino Gonzales served Kaylan Charles Freeman with a Temporary Restraining Order and Notice to Appear in San Mateo County Superior Court on April 17, 2014 in Honorable Judge Joseph Scott’s Courtroom. He was served at the same El Granada residence that he was recently arrested at.

That means Kaylan Freeman was properly served by a SMCSO Sergeant 15 days before the Hearing date.

SMCSO Sergeant C. Gonzales signed the Proof of Service on April 18, 2014 one day after the Hearing was removed from Calendar reason NO PROOF OF SERVICE FILED.

Proof of Service is a very important part of the Legal Process. It not rocket science the server must by at least 18 years old, the person being served must be served at least 5 days before the hearing date, and Proof of Service must be filed with the Court before the Hearing date in order to proceed.

Why did SMCSO Sergeant Gonzales sign the POS the day after the Hearing date?

Why did SMCSO Sergeant Gonzales file it with the Court 5 days after he signed it?

How many San Mateo County young girls and young women have been Raped and or Sexually Assaulted since 2012 because of the Sheriff’s Office reckless regard for their safety.

Kaylan Charles Freeman is in SMC Jail on $5,250,000.00 Bail.

Attorney General Rob Bonta should add this to his long list of things to do.

Note: For those of you who would like to listen, I will publish the Phone number and Code on this article as soon as it is known which Courtroom is hearing this case.

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Thank You, A.G. Rob Bonta

By Michael G. Stogner

San Mateo County can use your help, Please Investigate Tim Singer, Errol Chang, Yanira Serrano Garcia, Chinedu V. Okobi, Sandra Lee Harmon and Roger Allen Homicide cases just to name a few.

Note: I’m not suggesting Tim Singer was killed by Police, but the Investigation into his Homicide was done by San Mateo County Sheriff Office, It was not investigated as a Hate crime and look to the 2 Death Certificates cause of death.

“One of the most important tasks ahead for public safety and our society is building and maintaining trust between our communities and law enforcement,” Bonta said.

Article in todays LATIMES

Bonta forms special teams
Attorney general opens field offices to investigate fatal police shootings across state.
By Patrick McGreevy
SACRAMENTO — The state Department of Justice has opened field offices throughout California to investigate police shootings that kill unarmed civilians and has told law enforcement agencies that they must notify the state whenever such incidents occur, Atty. Gen. Rob Bonta said Wednesday.
The actions, including the opening of investigative offices in Los Angeles and Riverside, were in response to a new law that took effect July 1 requiring Bonta’s office to independently probe all fatal police shootings of unarmed civilians to determine whether criminal charges should be filed against officers.
Bonta said he expected the two new teams, one for Northern California and one for Southern California, would investigate 40 to 50 fatal police shootings each year based on historic trends.
“One of the most important tasks ahead for public safety and our society is building and maintaining trust between our communities and law enforcement,” Bonta said. “Impartial, fair investigations and independent reviews of officer-involved shootings are one essential component for achieving that trust.”
The attorney general said 27 special agents and six supervisory agents would make up the California Police Shooting Investigation Teams. The Northern California office is in Sacramento.
Assemblyman Kevin McCarty (D-Sacramento), author of the new law, said he was concerned that the state Department of Justice had denied requests from some community leaders to undertake independent investigations of several high-profile police shootings.
The state DOJ has traditionally deferred to county prosecutors, who have handled such cases after investigations by the law enforcement agencies involved.
“Police shouldn’t police themselves, and the current system is fraught with conflicts of interest,” McCarty said during debate on the bill. He noted he had first proposed such legislation in 2015 and since then more than 800 people had been shot and killed by police in California.
The measure, Assembly Bill 1506, was opposed by some law enforcement groups, including the California State Sheriffs’ Assn., which said it could result in duplicate state and local investigations and that the state DOJ lacked the resources and was not equipped to take on the new responsibilities.
The measure “bypasses local investigatory processes, including established agreements to have outside agencies investigate officer-involved uses of force,” the association said in its opposition letter to lawmakers last year.
On Wednesday, Cory Salzillo, the association’s legislative director, said in a statement: “The sheriffs continue to work closely with the attorney general and Department of Justice on the implementation of procedures for the authority described in AB 1506.”
Under the law, the DOJ must investigate the fatal police shootings and submit a written report that states the facts of the case, its analysis, provides a conclusion on each issue raised by the shooting and recommends whether policies of the law enforcement agency should be changed.
If the DOJ determines criminal charges are warranted, it would prosecute the officers.
Bonta said his office would also continue to conduct “pattern and practice” investigations of law enforcement agencies if there appear to be problems beyond one incident. Those kinds of investigations, aimed at determining whether reforms should be pursued, are ongoing involving the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department and the Vallejo Police Department.
On Wednesday, Bonta formally launched the new investigative teams and released the guidelines and protocols his office would use in investigating fatal police shootings, saying his agency will make public its investigative findings, including explanations when a decision is made not to seek a criminal prosecution.
Bonta said investigators would be deployed throughout the state with an emphasis on areas where there had historically been the most police shootings.
The field offices will allow investigators to get to the scenes of shootings quickly, he said.
The shooting investigation teams “will work in coordination with local responding agencies throughout the investigation of the officer-involved shooting, and members … will serve as concurrent, independent special agent investigators of these critical incidents,” the DOJ said in a statement.
Once an investigation is completed, the case will be turned over to the DOJ’s Special Prosecutions Section within the Criminal Law Division for review.
Administrative or civil investigations remain the responsibility of the law enforcement agency that employs the involved officers.
Bonta was a state assemblyman before Gov. Gavin Newsom appointed him attorney general in March to fill a vacancy left by Xavier Becerra’s departure to become U.S. Health and Human Services secretary in the Biden administration.
As a lawmaker, Bonta was a co-author of the legislation he is now implementing.
He said during a news conference Wednesday that the investigations would not be easy but that he expected local law enforcement would cooperate.
“I’m honestly not expecting a lot of pushback or tension or obstacles,” Bonta said. “We will be prepared for any that do arise.”
Representatives of the LAPD did not immediately respond to requests for comment on the new state investigation teams.
The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department will “enthusiastically work collaboratively” with the DOJ in investigating fatal shootings of unarmed civilians, said Capt. John Satterfield, adding that the “goal is to assist the DOJ in completing a comprehensive, fair and impartial joint investigation.”
The state budget approved for the fiscal year that began July 1 includes $13 million to staff the investigation teams.
The DOJ said before Bonta’s appointment that it would need $26 million to properly investigate the 40 deadly police shootings that the state averaged each year.
He said Californians deserved an independent and transparent process for determining whether police officers acted properly when shooting unarmed civilians. He also said the issue was personal for him.
“I’ve heard firsthand the hurt and the pain that too many families and communities feel in the moments after these incidents,” Bonta said. “I have witnessed the lack of trust that these investigations will be treated fairly by our criminal justice system.”

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Melville, Corpus and Bolanos for San Mateo County Sheriff 2022.

By Michael G. Stogner

Now there are three individuals who have stated their intention to run for Sheriff of San Mateo County in 2022.

Mark Melville ran against Carlos G. Bolanos in 2018 and received 52,996 total votes. He has always said he will be running in 2022.

SMCSO Captain Christina Corpus has now announced her intention.

Sheriff Carlos G. Bolanos has already held a fundraiser in Millbrae last month.

Now if San Mateo County Residents can find a candidate to run for District Attorney against Steve Wagstaffe that would be a step in the right direction.

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