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San Mateo Daily Journal Jon Mays refuses to produce “Later Reports Indicated” he declared in Bolanos Endorsement.
The subject matter is Human Trafficked Sex Slaves including Children, and Carlos Bolanos.
I have said that Sabrina Brennan’s Endorsement is more valuable than two Congresswomen in the past. The reason I say this is simple She is honest she represents the average resident/citizen living in San Mateo County wether they voted for her or not.
By Michael G. Stogner & Sarah Navratil
This is the main reason it is so expensive to campaign in County Wide Elections. Advertising Businesses that look like Newspapers are allowed to be distributed to the unsuspecting residents. The County Supervisors and all Elected Officials are responsible for allowing this misinformation to be provided to the public. There should be Fact Checking for Honesty, and if the business does not meet a certain standard they should not be allowed to be distributed.
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Editorial April 13, 2018 Bolanos for Sheriff
Approximately 11 years ago, then undersheriff Carlos Bolanos was detained as part of an FBI investigation into a prostitution ring in Clark County, Nevada. Also detained was then sheriff Greg Munks. Although an initial news report located Bolanos in the brothel with Munks, later reports indicated he was outside the entire time.
In this first paragraph there is no mention of Human Trafficked Sex Slaves including Children at the single family residence located at 3474 Eldon St, Las Vegas, Nevada.
No mention of the 3,500 Ecstasy tabs and about $25,000 cash that was seized at the illegal brothel.
They leave out the fact that it was a 2 year multi jurisdictional Sting called Operation Dollhouse in Las Vegas, FBI, Las Vegas Metro Police, Las Vegas Sheriff Office, IRS Criminal Investigation Division, and ICE.
An initial news report, That is not even remotely close to the truth. The very first reports and there were several from 2 Las Vegas Metro Police Officers who were working that night. LVMPD Spokesperson Bill Cassell and Lt. Karen Hughes of Vice both separately placed Bolanos inside the residence. They have never changed their statement. The SMDJ specifically Jon Mays has refused to identify his later reports indicated declaration. “outside the entire time.”
Munks maintained that he made a mistake and that he thought it was a legitimate business that provided massage and apologized publicly for his lack of judgment. Bolanos said he was never inside the building.
Every description of the location reveals a horrid situation. It was clearly a brothel, in decrepit condition, and had prostitutes there from other countries. An FBI report on the investigation provided to the Daily Journal reveals there was likely a juvenile involved.
Munks is not running for election. Bolanos is. Anyone who believes that the decision to be at the location, albeit outside, is reason enough to not vote for Bolanos is justified. If anyone chooses not to believe Bolanos, they too are justified.
Bolanos said he was never inside the building. We believe him. We also believe there was a lapse of judgment in agreeing to go with Munks to that location. However, voters face a choice in this election as to who they want to run the Sheriff’s Office and we must weigh all the facts and qualifications to determine our recommendation as to who would do that most effectively.
Running against Bolanos is Mark Melville, a deputy within the San Mateo County Sheriff’s Office who has had a long, varied and itinerant career in both law enforcement and city management. He has been city manager of two tiny Central Valley cities — Gustine and Livingston, the latter of which has a current population of 13,000. While Melville has strong positions on what is wrong with the Sheriff’s Office — too much overtime, poor morale — he has very few solid suggestions aside from a full review of every division and to redefine the training and hiring process. While both can yield some positive results, it does not seem to be enough of a solid plan. Melville said he decided to run because he felt voters deserved a choice, and that is to be commended. He also has the requisite experience on paper, but has not managed an organization even close to the size of the Sheriff’s Office. Bolanos currently oversees 800 employees and a $250 million budget — the approximate equivalent of a 100,000 population city.
Bolanos has also proved to be adept at contending with the budget, though the office is currently contending with an understaffing issue similar to many other organizations in this high-cost area. Bolanos is currently mandating one weekly shift of overtime per worker deputy, which is not a long-term solution but reasonable in the short term, while also keeping under budget. This is a skill learned over time managing a large organization both in the Sheriff’s Office as appointed sheriff and undersheriff and as Redwood City police chief before that.
Bolanos has also been a strong advocate for maintaining strong ties to the Latino community in light of concern about the current presidential administration’s policy shift when it comes to immigration and California’s Senate Bill 54. Not only has the Sheriff’s Office provided bridge outreach for immigrants to services but Bolanos has spent countless hours since the 2016 presidential election ameliorating concerns about the office’s policy on how it contends with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement requests. Bolanos said he maintains the policy that the Sheriff’s Office will not hold inmates after release for ICE agents and actually supported SB 54 as modifications were made in the legislation’s later stages to define the violent and dangerous felonies that would call for ICE contact. Bolanos also uses public safety as a guiding principal and believes the more comfort the populace feels in reporting crimes, the better the overall community is in being safe.
While an organization such as the Sheriff’s Office can always use improvement, we do not believe it would benefit from Melville taking the reins. We do think Melville has brought up some interesting points and Bolanos would benefit from heeding them as he begins his first official term.
And while the incident in Nevada will forever be a mark against the office, Bolanos has proven to be a serious, stable and effective manager when it comes to its primary mission — ensuring the safety of the community. Of the two candidates running, he deserves your vote.
We are not sure that having the Gang Task Force led by a Dishonest Sgt. ensures the safety of anyone.
December 15, 2015 Board of Supervisor meeting Michael Stogner a private victim’s advocate informs Supervisors in public about a dishonest San Mateo County Sheriff Office employee Sgt. Jason Peardon, Carlos Bolanos knew he was dishonest. This man produced a fraudulent I.A. Investigation against former Sheriff Deputy Juan P. Lopez 5:18 mark of the video.
Carlos Bolanos caught and detained as a customer of Human Trafficked Sex Slaves.
The 15 year old trafficked minor was “Terrified” Terri Miller.
By Michael G. Stogner & Sarah Navratil
The San Mateo County Democratic Party (also known as the San Mateo County Democratic Central Committee, or SMC DCC) held their Endorsement Meeting last night.
“It was a unanimous vote with a couple of abstentions.” “No endorsement passed in a landslide.” said Sabrina Brennan
This is a big deal for San Mateo County Voters who have not had a say in who their Sheriff is in the last 25 years. The Supervisors have made sure of that in the past and most recently when Supervisors Don Horsley, Warren Slocum and Adrienne Tissier Illegally Appointed Carlos Bolanos Sheriff July 12, 2016. This is a contested election between San Mateo County Sheriff Deputy Mark Melville and Carlos Bolanos. Voters can vote as early as May 8th with mail-in ballots and the official election date is June 5, 2018.
San Mateo County Harbor Commissioner Sabrina Brennan calls B.S. on San Mateo Daily Journal’s Endorsement of Carlos Bolanos for Sheriff 2018.
By Michael G. Stogner & Sarah Navratil
Sabrina Brennan is right again. This is why she received over 156,000 votes.
This is just another example of an elected official doing what is best for the average person living in San Mateo County. Sabrina and a couple of other elected officials are the only ones who consistently represent the residents and citizens interest.
San Mateo Daily Journal Endorsement Bolanos for Sheriff 2018
Senator Jerry Hill then Supervisor Jerry Hill to Robert Lyles CBS 5 reporter. “Trips happened under the radar.” Not very honest, Mr. Hill was in Las Vegas that same weekend.
April 21, 2007 Operation Dollhouse an FBI Sting of Human Trafficked Sex Slaves including Children, Sheriff Munks and UnderSheriff Carlos Bolanos caught and detained as Customers INSIDE 3474 Eldon St. Las Vegas, Nevada 9:30 PM.
Robert Lyles Reports
Illegally Appointed Sheriff Carlos Bolanos at the Progress Seminar. “I’m going to take care of them after the Election.” “It will be dealt with.”
By Michael G. Stogner
This might be a good time to get Restraining Orders for anyone who has stood up to or even asked a simple question of Carlos Bolanos.
He was asked about an e-mail that most of the elected officials in San Mateo County received on Saturday night.
Here is the content of that e-mail.
“Take care of them after the election.” Does he mean like what he did to Former San Mateo County Sheriff Deputy Juan P. Lopez and the I.A. Investigation by Sqt, Jason Peardon. Or allowing a criminal investigation to continue and then submitted to the District Attorney’s Office with the recommendation for prosecution when he knew there was NO Evidence to support that of an elected official.