Everybody and their mother knows that San Mateo County Sheriff Greg Munks and UnderSheriff Carlos G. Bolanos were BOTH INSIDE 3474 Eldon Street, Las Vegas, Nevada on April 21, 2007 at approximately 9:30 PM. Why do I say that? The answer is SIMPLE the Palo Alto Online News reported that FACT on April 24, 2007. Las Vegas Police Spokesman Bill Cassell said officers did come into contact with both Munks and Bolanos inside one of the residences at the brothel.
It doesn’t get any easier to understand, Don’t over think this.
Have these to Candidates for Sheriff of San Mateo County bothered to sign the Petition to Audit the Daly City Police Deparments actions involving the Suspicious Death of a 32 year old Los Gatos Police Officer in his Daly City apartment 28 months ago January 21, 2020.
San Mateo County News.com is also requesting the Partnership Agreement mentioned above.
January 12, 2022 San Mateo County Department of Emergency Management DEM Director Daniel Belville who works directly for Mike Callagy communicated with James Brown President of Wine Country Marines out of Sonoma. The next day January 13, 2022 at 6:00 PM the WCM posted on their Facebook page:
WINECOUNTRYMARINES.ORG Large Donation of PPE The Wine Country Marines are excited to announce a partnership with the San Mateo County Department of Emergency Management. Specifically, the County DEM has graciously donated to the Wine Country Marines a very large supply of excess inventory of PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) that they were p…
PPE Donation to Community Organizations Time & Location Jan 25, 9:00 AM – 4:30 PM San Mateo, California
On January 17, 2022 I requested a copy of the Document for Donation of $10M PPE to Wine Country Marines James Brown.
From: Michael Stogner firstname.lastname@example.org Date: Monday, January 17, 2022 at 10:55 AM To: Michelle Durand email@example.com Subject: Document for Donation of $10M PPE to Wine Country Marines James Brown CAUTION: This email originated from outside of San Mateo County. Unless you recognize the sender’s email address and know the content is safe, do not click links, open attachments or reply.
Hello Michelle, I hope things are going well for you. Could you please send me a copy of the Donation agreement to Wine County Marines, James Brown mentioned on his Facebook page January 13, 2022 6:00 PM The Wine Country Marines are excited to announce a partnership with the San Mateo County Department of Emergency Management. Specifically, the County DEM has graciously donated to the Wine Country Marines a very large supply of excess inventory of PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) that they were provided by FEMA, to be shared with the community at large.
Thank You, Stay Safe Michael G. Stogner San Mateo County News.com
Caiti Busch <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: Michael Stogner
Cc: Jennifer Stalzer
Thu, Apr 14 at 5:02 PM
There was no written agreement between the County and Wine Country Marines that predates the January 27, 2022 agreement I produced to you. There was no written agreement prior to January 13, 2022 at 6PM, and there is no separate Financial Agreement. Because Mr. Brown is not a County employee, I cannot know what he meant in his blog post, but as far as we are aware, he was not referring to a written record.
The reason I asked for this document is simple, every time someone gives me more than $10,000,000 of something I like to have some kind written verification, proof, evidence etc that I in fact do have the authority to distribute this PPE which was paid for with FEMA money.
It took San Mateo County Government 90 days to say the truth.
There was no written agreement between the County and Wine Country Marines on or before January 13, 2022.
Update: April 14, 2022 9:35AM Defense motion to Continue granted next court date May 3, 2022 2PM
Public Service Announcement: If you see this man Run like hell.
22-SF-004137-A | The People of the State of California vs. Raekwon Marquise Bush
Department 27 Courtroom 7B The Honorable Judge Donald J. Ayoob
He is in court today for Assaulting a woman at Fitzgerald Marine Reserve on March 28, 2022. She was sucker punched and knocked out, she was hospitalized. The video below shows him the week before in San Francisco.
How is the Public supposed to protect/defend themselves from this Vicious Unprovoked Assault if they are not even informed that it happened?
22-SF-004137-A | The People of the State of California vs. Raekwon Marquise Bush is in Court April 14, 2022, Time 9:00 AM for Preliminary Hearing in front of Hon. Judge Donald Ayoob for this crime.
Location Fitzgerald Marine Reserve, Cypress Trail, Moss Beach, CA March 28, 2022, a 25 year old Raekwon Marquise Bush was arrested and booked into Maguire Jail in Redwood City.
Sorry for the delay of 16 days in reporting this Vicious and Unprovoked attack on a woman.
I requested information on this arrest on March 29, 2022 @ 5:11PM from San Mateo County Sheriff Carlos G. Bolanos, his Public Information Officer Rosemerry Blankswade and San Mateo County District Attorney Steve Wagstaffe. As you can see from these e-mails Steve Wagstaffe was the only one to respond on March 29, 2022. I never heard back from him after that.
RE: Man Arrested by Sheriff’s Office yesterday 3/28/2022 Location Moss Beach, Rangers involved.
Stephen Wagstaffe <email@example.com>To:Michael Stogner Tue, Mar 29 at 5:57 PM That sounds serious and should help figuring it out.
From: Michael Stogner <firstname.lastname@example.org> Sent: Tuesday, March 29, 2022 5:51 PM To: Stephen Wagstaffe <email@example.com> Subject: Re: Man Arrested by Sheriff’s Office yesterday 3/28/2022 Location Moss Beach, Rangers involved.
Thank You Steve, The female victim went to the Hospital by ambulance and several SO Deputies were on scene if that helps.
On Tuesday, March 29, 2022, 5:46:03 PM PDT, Stephen Wagstaffe <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: Hi Michael, I will check with my charging prosecutors and see if such a case has been brought into us. If so, I will get you the information you ask about. Thanks Steve From: Michael Stogner <email@example.com> Sent: Tuesday, March 29, 2022 5:11 PM To: Stephen Wagstaffe <firstname.lastname@example.org> Subject: Man Arrested by Sheriff’s Office yesterday 3/28/2022 Location Moss Beach, Rangers involved.
Hello Steve, That’s about all I have at this moment, I’ve asked Carlos and his PIO but No response. What is his next court date? What is his name, age and what city does he live in. He assaulted a Moss Beach resident right after his female partner assaulted the same woman, all the while holding a child and a small kitten. The man had a Pit Bull.
Thank You, Michael G. Stogner San Mateo County News.com
Fitzgerald Marine Reserve: There was a second criminal report filed on the next day March 29, 2022. It involves different people. That is still two Law Enforcement involved at the same location in 2 days.
The residents of the neighborhood and all visitors to San Mateo County Coast should have been notified as soon as this happened. You can not have your Law Enforcement and elected officials withholding important information from you. This has got to STOP.
Body Worn Camera Videos is just one example, They are paid for by the Taxpayers and the purpose is to protect the public and assure the public that Law Enforcement is acting according to the law. They should be released to the public within 24 hours of an incident, and they should be UNEDITED.
Sandra Lee Harmon R.I.P. It’s been almost 2 years since her Homicide in Half Moon Bay and the Axon Log Records are still being withheld from the public by the San Mateo County Sheriff’s Office.
That’s over 120 days ago. This is kind of a BIG DEAL Mike Callagy taking the OES from the Sheriff’s Office. That is not a simple Name Change.
January 13, 2022 Mike Callagy said He didn’t know anything about the more than $10M of PPE left outside unprotected at the San Mateo County Event Center.
That’s funny, January 12, 2022 Dan Belville who is the Director of DEM and who works directly for Mike Callagy communicated to James Brown President of the Wine County Marines and generously donated the PPE to be distributed by WCM on January 25, 2022.
The story continues to grow thanks to Dan Noyes of ABC7 I-Team
Update: April 7, 2022 10:00 AM, Next Court date is June 24, 2022 9:00 AM
July 25, 2022 set for Trial
By Michael G. Stogner
I have been reporting on this case for more than SEVEN years know. I have described it as the Most Exciting Criminal Case I have ever observed. It is the BEST single example of Organized Crime and Corruption in San Mateo County Government that I have ever witnessed.
Notice the case number NF433910-A there is not a two digit number at the front. Those two digits tell you what YEAR this case started. For example San Mateo County Sheriff Deputy Juan Pablo Lopez’s criminal case started in 2014 so you would expect to see a 14 in front of NF433910-A. If the 14 was there that would make a reasonable person to ask, Why has this Criminal Case NOT gone to Jury Trial in more than SEVEN years. How much Taxpayer money has the Government Invested in this case and What was the Money Spent On? Look at $ spent to make sure Witnesses Never take the stand.
This would be a Prefect case for Supervisor David Canepa and Candidate for Congress 2022 to attend. I’m sure he would be interested in Eliminating Corruption in San Mateo County.
Juan Pablo Lopez has always wanted the same thing, a Jury Trail of his peers and the Public able to see/hear the proceedings. Hon Judge Joseph Scott is NOT allowing that to happen during a Pandemic. He is demanding NO ZOOM available to the PUBLIC.
Deleting government emails too quickly is not OK A fundamental principle of a free and open society is that citizens have a right to know what’s going on inside their government. A crucial way Californians exercise this right is with the state’s Public Records Act , which allows people to see email correspondence, contracts and other documents held by local and state officials. It’s how, early in the pandemic, journalists were able to reveal the details of California’s scramble to obtain medical masks, including the collapse of a nearly $800-million deal with a politically connected vendor and the decision to secretly wire nearly half a billion dollars to a company that had been in business for just three days — only to quickly call off the deal and claw back the money. Emails obtained under the law allowed The Times and environmental activists to expose how Gov. Gavin Newsom’s administration worked to influence decisions in favor of a controversial water desalination plant. And documents The Times obtained under the law showed that the state parks department let some employees live at government-owned homes in some of California’s most scenic locales for cut-rate rents averaging $215 a month. The law is clear that state agencies must, with some exceptions, release records in their possession. But what’s not clear is how long they must hang onto those documents. And this is critical, because the government can effectively hide records it doesn’t want the public to see by destroying or deleting them before anyone asks for them. Nothing to see here! Literally. Legislation moving through the Capitol addresses the issue by requiring that all state agencies retain digital and paper records for at least two years. State law already requires that local governments do this, but state agencies have been allowed to decide for themselves how long to hang onto different kinds of records, and the range is huge. Just within the California Environmental Protection Agency, for example, retention timelines vary from 90 days for informal emails, to a decade for documents related to environmental justice investigations of birth defects, to permanent storage of correspondence with tribal governments. Recently, when the Department of Insurance announced plans to start deleting emails after 180 days, an employee complained that they needed access to older emails to keep track of past communications in enforcement cases. The department, already facing litigation for not releasing detailed calendars requested under the Public Records Act, backtracked on the plan to speed up email deletion. Assembly Bill 2370 would make clear that all state records, including email, must be retained for at least two years. Its author, Assemblyman Marc Levine (D-Greenbrae), is running for insurance commissioner this year with a campaign echoing the same concerns raised by Consumer Watchdog, the group that sued current Insurance Commissioner Ricardo Lara for calendars detailing his appointments with industry executives who contributed to his campaign. So this bill clearly has some political overtones. But that does not negate the fact that it would advance government transparency and serve the public interest. We urge the Legislature to continue advancing the bill. Similar legislation passed in 2019 but was vetoed by Newsom, who said it would be too costly to store data and hire the necessary personnel to manage retaining records. The Legislature’s price tag on that bill was vague, saying that “state costs could reach into the millions of dollars.” Lawmakers ought to do a more thorough cost analysis this time around, including taking into account advances in technology that are continually reducing the cost of data storage. And then weigh that against the moral penalty for keeping the public in the dark.
San Mateo County Government E-mails should be preserved Not Deleted.