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It’s time for Equal Justice for everyone in San Mateo County, including “Those Who Matter.”

Please join us July 26, 2018 at 9:00 AM in San Mateo County Superior Court for former Sheriff Deputy Juan P. Lopez court appearance where the Hon. Judge Forcum will rule on this filing. Think about it Corrupt from day one, almost 4 years trying to ruin a good man, his family and friends.

Why hasn’t San Mateo County Sheriff Detective Andrew Armando been investigated outside of San Mateo County yet? Why no media coverage of this Motion filed with the court on May 1, 2018 in the Former Sheriff Deputy Juan P. Lopez case stated, “Detective Armando Perjuriously alleged that Mr. Lopez placed a telephone call to the Contraband Cell Phone in Order to Obtain a Search Warrant.”

Det. Armando is the guy who made the suspicious phone call himself. He lied to  Judge George A. Miram to get the Search Warrant. That is a Felony.

How is he (Andrew Armando) still employed by San Mateo County? Why has he not been arrested and charged?

San Mateo County District Attorney Inspector Jordan Boyd testified March 26, 2018 that he opened his own investigation of Juan P. Lopez based on the cell phone data SMCSO Detective Armando presented to him. ” My investigation began as a result of receiving some cellular telephone records provided by Detective Andrew Armando of the San Mateo County Sheriff’s Office who requested my assistance in analyzing those records for his own investigation.”

Lopez Filing May 1, 2018

The reason we have included the article below is simple. If the San Mateo County Sheriff’s Office and the District Attorney’s Office are willing to falsify affidavits to the Judges to frame one of their own former Sheriff Deputy Juan P. Lopez, What makes you think they wouldn’t do the same for the people in the article below.

Remember 80 Search Warrants. Time for an Audit.

Four charged with perjury in ‘Operation Sunny Day’ cases

District attorney: mother, girlfriend and friends of alleged gang members lied during grand jury testimonies

San Mateo County Assistant District Attorney Karen Guidotti during the March announcement of the “Operation Sunny Day” indictments, surrounded by leaders of law-enforcement agencies who investigated 16 people with alleged gang ties to crimes ranging from murder to bribery and attempted robbery. Photo by Sue Dremann/Palo Alto Online.

Four people who testified in cases relating to the San Mateo County District Attorney Office’s “Operation Sunny Day” case, under which 16 alleged members of three East Palo Alto gangs were arrested for a string of violent crimes, were arraigned this week on perjury charges, according to the district attorney’s office.

One of the four charged is an East Palo Alto resident and mother of defendant Miguel Rivera, who has been charged with the October 2012 murder of 21-year-old Christopher Baker in East Palo Alto. According to the district attorney’s office, Betty Jo Rivera, 52, provided a false alibi for her son to the police and then lied about the false alibi and alleged cover-up efforts to the grand jury. She was arraigned on Monday, Aug. 17, and her bail has been set at $500,000.

The district attorney’s office has also charged Joel Santana, 20, of East Palo Alto for stating during the grand jury proceedings that he did not know and had no contact with defendant Tyrone Love-Lopez. Love-Lopez has been charged with the killing of 21-year-old Lamont Coleman in East Palo Alto on Jan. 26, 2013. An investigation revealed cell-phone communication between the two men before and after Coleman was murdered. Santana also had Love-Lopez’s contact information in his cell phone, the district attorney said.

Santana pleaded not guilty and has a bail of $100,000.

Thirty-nine-year-old Germina Lapria Sturns of Hayward, the girlfriend of defendant Raymond Bradford, was arraigned Monday for allegedly lying several times during her grand jury testimony about her knowledge of Bradford and guns that he owned, the district attorney said. She also allegedly violated a court order not to discuss her testimony with anyone by visiting Bradford in jail in the days following and talking to him about it.

Sturns also pleaded not guilty. His bail was set at $125,000.

On Tuesday, 19-year-old Victor Manuel Galvez of Redwood City was arraigned after testifying at the grand jury proceedings that he was not a gang member and had no friendship with or knowledge of any of those convicted as part of the county’s “Operation Sunny Day” prosecution, according to the district attorney’s office. He also denied ever being on Sacramento Street in East Palo Alto — an area associated with the “Sac Street” gang. Police wire taps recorded Galvez talking on a cell phone to several “Sunny Day” gang members, and police also found photographs of him standing on Sacramento Street, according to the district attorney.

Galvez did not enter a plea Tuesday. His bail was set at $200,000.

All four charged with perjury remain in custody and will next appear in court on Aug. 26.

The grand jury investigation that resulted in the 16 arrests began in early January and took two months. The indictments were announced in late March. The alleged gang members are being blamed for a string of violent crimes that stretched from East Palo Alto to San Francisco, starting in September 2012 and continuing through December 2013.

Dubbed “Operation Sunny Day” after the code the persons arrested allegedly used to signify when a murder was successfully carried out, the 18-month-long investigation is the most massive case prosecuted by the San Mateo County District Attorney’s office in its history, District Attorney Steve Wagstaffe said at the time of the announcement.

Fourteen defendants appeared in court to enter their pleas in mid-June. Three of them — Roberto Gabriel Bustos-Montes, 24, of East Palo Alto; Emmanuel Imani Hyland, 25, also of East Palo Alto; and Palo Altan Nina Cragg, 24, — will not face the death penalty but could still receive life in prison without parole if convicted of the capital murder charges, Wagstaffe said in June.

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Carlos Bolanos continues to mislead the Residents of San Mateo County.

This full page ad page 7 in the May edition of the Spectrum, He identifies himself as the incumbent he’s not. He was illegally appointed by three Supervisors led by Don Horsley on July 12, 2016. The ballot has it right as appointed Sheriff. Jerry Hill should have fired him on April 22, 2007, he simple refused to do his job. Now he is endorsing him.

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Palo Alto Daily Post Endorses Carlos Bolanos for Sheriff 2018. Why?

By Michael G. Stogner

I ask why? “We wish there were two better candidates in this race.” They don’t mention the 3rd candidate for Sheriff, Heinz Puschendorf is a Write In candidate that the Daily Post is aware of. Why?

“This won’t be an easy choice for informed voters.” That is an understatement. How would any San Mateo County Voter expect to be informed? Hint, it would look, feel and act like a Newspaper.

“A key issue for Melville is Operation Dollhouse, the 2007 FBI raid of a Las Vegas house of prostitution.” This was not a house of prostitution, this was a Human Trafficking Sex Slave residential house that included a minor. Dave Price leaves that out. Why?

“An FBI report indicates Munks went into the home while Bolanos stayed outside.” Dave Price has refused to identify or produce the FBI report. Why?

“He’s reached out to the Latin community,” It’s Latino, and what does that even mean? no communication/interviews by the Post, of anybody who is Latino.

The Palo Alto Daly Post has censored and deleted comments on this Endorsement.

PADP Endorsement

 

Editorial: Carlos Bolanos best choice for San Mateo County Sheriff

San Mateo County Sheriff Carlos Bolanos
San Mateo County Sheriff Carlos Bolanos

EDITORIAL

In the June primary, San Mateo County voters will see two candidates on the ballot for sheriff, the first time that’s happened since 1993, when Don Horsley was first elected to that post. We wish there were two better candidates in this race. This won’t be an easy choice for informed voters.

The candidates are Sheriff Carlos Bolanos, a former Redwood City police chief and county undersheriff. He was appointed sheriff in 2016, when Greg Munks retired. He is facing one of his own deputies, Mark Melville, who is currently assigned to patrol an area on the coast.

A key issue for Melville is Operation Dollhouse, the 2007 FBI raid of a Las Vegas house of prostitution during which Munks and Bolanos, then the undersheriff, were detained. Prostitution is legal in many places in Nevada, but not in Clark County, where the raid took place.

Munks and Bolanos weren’t charged. An FBI report indicates Munks went into the home while Bolanos stayed outside.

When they got back to San Mateo County, Munks issued a brief statement saying he thought they were visiting a “legitimate business.” After that, Munks dodged questions about the raid.

We recall a June 18, 2009, interview Munks gave to a Post reporter about the campaign for a new jail. At the end, the reporter asked about the Las Vegas incident. Munks abruptly halted the interview and ushered the reporter out of his office.

By staying silent about the incident over the years, Munks kept a cloud of suspicion hanging over himself and Bolanos.

Different attitude

When we interviewed Bolanos the other day, his attitude was very different. He was willing to talk about the incident without flinching. But he was adamant that he did nothing wrong that night in Vegas.

“I refuse to apologize for something I didn’t do,” Bolanos said.

And nobody has been able to prove that Bolanos did anything more than stand outside that brothel while Munks went inside.

The suggestion that Munks and Bolanos were lax on prostitution isn’t supported by the record.

The North Fair Oaks neighborhood in unincorporated San Mateo County, where the sheriff serves as the local police department, was previously littered with massage parlors that, according to online rating sites, were actually houses of prostitution.

In 2015, the sheriff’s office — headed by Munks with Bolanos as undersheriff — worked with code enforcers and the county counsel to shut down nine parlors. It was a considerable achievement that hasn’t been brought up in this campaign by either side.

While Bolanos doesn’t deserve a free pass for his involvement in the Vegas incident, nobody has been able to make the case that his department is enforcing the law any differently because of it.

Generally, we’ve liked what we’ve seen during Bolanos’ time as sheriff. The department has been more transparent, there have been very few instances of unprofessional conduct by deputies, and Bolanos has demonstrated that he’s fiscally conservative when spending the public’s money.

He’s reached out to the Latin community, which can be a difficult area for law enforcement agencies given the apprehension over immigration policy. His cooperation with ICE is dictated by state law, and Bolanos has been following that law. He has said repeatedly that his officers will not be asking about the immigration status of those they contact, and he doesn’t feel county deputies should enforce federal immigration law.

Experience matters

We question whether his opponent, Melville, would be capable of running a large sheriff’s department with 800 employees. It was disappointing that none of the county’s police chiefs or sheriff’s captains entered this race. Anybody who succeeds in one of those jobs would automatically be considered a strong candidate for sheriff.

Melville, currently a patrol deputy, does have executive experience, though not on the scale of running a major sheriff’s office like the one in San Mateo County. He was a city councilman in the small Central Valley town of Gustine (population 5,520) from 2002 to 2006. The Merced Sun-Star said he was fined $400 by the state Fair Political Practices Commission for not reporting on his financial disclosure forms that he owned a consulting business that worked on city projects.

He was city manager and public safety director in Livingston (population 13,058) from 1999 to 2002 and held a similar position in Gustine from 1988 to 1999, working as its city manager and police chief.

No perfect choice

We give Melville credit for jumping into the race and offering voters a choice. While neither is the perfect candidate, Bolanos wins our recommenddation because he has the strongest record and the most experience.
— Editor Dave Price

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San Mateo County Sheriff Election 2018

By Michael G. Stogner

 

 

Link to the Palo Alto Daily Post I was talking about:

http://padailypost.com/2018/05/03/sheriff-talks-about-vegas-incident/

 

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Coastside Progressive Democrats Endorse Mark Melville for Sheriff 2018.

By Michael G. Stogner & Sarah Navratil

This is another Great and Brave endorsement for Mark Melville. Think about it, the coast side residents are policed/patrolled by the Sheriff’s Office. The same Sheriff’s Office that murdered Yanira Serrano Garcia several years ago. The same Sheriff’s Office that mishandled an identity theft case involving John Ullom. The same Sheriff’s Office that opened a criminal investigation involving Sabrina Brennan when they knew the allegations were false. Even knowing that Carlos Bolanos approved the case be forwarded to the District Attorney’s Office with the recommendation to prosecute. This is the same Sheriff Office Gang Task Force that assaulted and threatened a San Mateo County Probation Officer in Half Moon Bay. That unit lead by Sgt. Jason Peardon doesn’t file Incident Reports when the assault and threaten residents.

The Coast is taking a stand It’s time for Honesty. It’s important the Sheriff is honest.

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Heinz Puschendorf for San Mateo County Sheriff 2018, Write In Candidate

By Michael G. Stogner & Sarah Navratil

San Mateo County Sheriff Deputy and former President of the Deputy Sheriff Association DSA  has taken papers out to be a Write in Candidate for Sheriff 2018. He attended the Candidates forum put on by the League of Women Voters that was for the public to be able to ask questions of appointed Sheriff Carlos Bolanos and candidate Sheriff Deputy Mark Melville. Based on what he saw that night he decided to offer his services to the residents/voters of San Mateo County.

Qualifications: On April 21, 2007 Heinz Puschendorf was the President of the DSA and he was working here in San Mateo County that day and night. He was the Go To Guy when all Hell broke loose at a single family residence 3474 Eldon Street, Las Vegas, Nevada that night. FBI’s Operation Dollhouse, San Mateo County’s number 1 & 2 Sheriff and Undersheriff were caught and detained as Customers of Human Trafficked Sex Slaves including a Child.

There was nothing massage parlor or prostitution about it. A house full of victims.

Heinz Puschendorf

Write in CANDIDATE for SAN MATEO COUNTY SHERIFF 2018

 Work Experience:

  • 21 years San Mateo County Deputy Sheriff
    • 7 years Daly City Police Officer
  • PAST San Mateo County Deputy Sheriff’s Association President, with extensive knowledge in Contract/Benefit Negotiations and various committees (1991-2009)
  • Investigations and Supervisory Assignments:
    • Gangs
    • Narcotics
    • Jail Training Officer
    • Field Training Officer
    • Multiple Local, State, National and International Organizations
  • Managed/coordinated/Negotiated/Participated in budget related issues for Training in the Sheriff’s Office Alternative Sentencing Bureau
    • Modernizing the Unit and entire process to be fiscally successful

SUCCESSFUL MAJOR Cases:

  • Complete Investigation Capture of (SMCo Sheriff’s Employee enabled) Escaped Female Inmate
  • Coordinated a Multi-Agency Effort to Capture a Burglary Ring – responsible for over 400 cases throughout the County (and surrounding Jurisdictions/Counties)
  • Crisis Intervention Team plus Peer Support Member and Trainer
  • Managed, Directed, Volunteered on/for various Non-Profit, Community, Youth or Sport Entities, Events and/or Organizations
  • POINT of CONTACT regarding Information, Details and Knowledge regarding April 2007 – Las Vegas “DOLL HOUSE” SCANDAL, FALLOUT and ALL POLITICOs & COUNTY COVER-UP/LACK of ACTION which Followed
  • WHISTLEBLOWER against 3 Past Sheriff’s:
    • Discriminated of Promotional Opportunity 10 TIMES
    • Harassed by Supervisors at the direct command/direction of Incumbent Sheriff(s)
    • DEFRAUDED on Workers Comp
    • Defrauded via RETIREMENT and other eligible BENEFITS
  • I worked as an intern for NASA-AMES Research Center at Moffett Field, where I was NOT A ROCKET SCIENTIST, but I was a three year (1987-89) Paid-Intern- Purchasing Agent and Assistant Technician (for the LIFE SCIENCES Division), directly responsible for oversight and supporting the 1988 DISCOVERY Space Shuttle Mission (after the 1986 CHALLENGER Shuttle Disaster) where I learned to:
    • work on Multimillion Dollar ($9,092,000.00) Budgets
    • Secure/negotiate various type of Governmental contracts
    • Learning measures to maintain Transparency (via self-audit, yearly Oversight and Departmental audits)

Ethically acquire and/or maintain according to (Federal, Regional and Agency) Policies and/or Procedures (P&P), Standard Operating Procedures(SOPs) and Laws.

Why I am Running:

I am RUNNING as a CONSTITUTIONALIST, because I believe in the Laws, Rules and Regulations we ALREADY have in place. These are Living – Breathing Documents, which may need to be modernized, BUT Their Main CORE PRINCIPALS are still VITALLY IMPORTANT to ADHERE to.

28 years ago, I took an OATH of LOYALTY and SERVICE to PROTECT the County of San Mateo (SMCo) State of California (CA) and the USA from: ALL THREATS -DOMESTIC or FOREIGN, which is a serious piece of the Strength of my Character, being a first generation born mixed raced/blooded AMERICAN:

  • Hispanic (Spanish-Mexican-Nicaraguan)
  • Native American (Still Discovering History)
  • Western European/Mediterranean
  • FLUENT and COURT Certified in Spanish
  • Working knowledge in several other Languages

 MY COMMITMENT:

I would be HONORED for you to VOTE and ELECT me your Sheriff of San Mateo County in 2018.

BUT, ONCE You #VOTEHEINZ57 and #VOTENONINCUMBENT, I GUARANTEE to ALL Constituents, Visitors, Residents and Employees of SMCo that I WILL:

  • I will DEFER up to 70% of my SALARY to jumpstart My COMMITMENT to REDUCE waste in spending and to infuse/invigorate/repair the past 3 Sheriff’s decisions (No REAL Sheriff’s Election since 1992) such as:
    • Incumbent Sheriff’s Direct Orders for All Patrol Deputies to NOT Pursue ANY IN-Progress BURGLARY/Suspects (although we already have a backlog of 10’s of Thousands of cases), Placing all Property and their Owners at a HIGHER risk of being victimized
    • Reinstitute Youth/Juvenile IMPACT – Resource and Mentoring Programs
    • REALIGN TOP HEAVY MANAGEMENT as to be able to again fund the Sexual Habitual Offenders Program (SHOP) funding (which was ELIMINATED after LAS VEGAS SCANDAL)
  • REFORM: The Organization of past 3 INCUMBENT SHERIFF’s Mismanagement of OVERTIME staffing and the BUDGET misappropriation
  • INTRODUCE: better and more Training Opportunities/Resources

EDUCATION:

  • Hillsdale High School in San Mateo, Ca (Diploma-1984)
  • College of San Mateo, Ca (Associates of Arts degree- 1987)
  • Union Institute and University – Redwood City/Sacramento, Ca (Bachelors of Science Degree- Criminal Justice Management – 2011)

I was active in many Student, Community Groups, Associations and played various sports.

BIO:

Single Father of one (7-year-old), born in San Francisco and Raised in and around the San Francisco-Oakland-Peninsula-Bay Area (California). I have traveled abroad with many International and National Associations, Memberships and Organizations, to over 30 Countries, so as to Better understand ALL of the VARIOUS Issues which have and/or will eventually come to our SHORES and into our County.

PLEASE DO NOT LET THE POWERS that be, keep you ALL being OSTRICHES, Your heads Buried in the sand.

VOTE, Make the change and ALLOW Me to FIX the Dysfunctional and broken system, while maintaining your assistance and Guidance to keep things on track.

Your Respectful Civil Servant and 2018 Elected Sheriff,

Heinz L. Puschendorf

Heinzp_57@yahoo.com

(510) 427-8693

http://www.MY57IMPACT.ORG

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Carlos Bolanos, makes a dishonest & misleading statement to CBS Las Vegas 2007

By Michael G. Stogner & Sarah Navratil

San Mateo County has an election for Sheriff this May 8-June 5, 2018. The first time in 25 years the residents get to pick their Sheriff.

A Quality to look for in a Sheriff in Honesty.

Reporter Robert Lyles of CBS5 in 2007 said Carlos Bolanos told CBS Las Vegas

“There is nothing Illegal about being at a massage parlor.”

 That is a true statement, however the dishonest and misleading part is Carlos Bolanos was not at a massage parlor. He was here.

 

This is an Illegal brothel that had Human Trafficked Sex Slaves including a minor.

It is Illegal to be here Carlos Bolanos and you know it.

The upper right photo is a trailer for more customers, bars on windows of the private residence.

For the last 11 years the majority of political leaders of San Mateo County have not only refused to do their job which was to Fire Carlos Bolanos on the spot, they currently endorse this behavior and him personally.

Time for the residents to take back their County.

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