With 122,501 Ballots counted San Mateo County Sheriff Captain Christine Corpus is leading Sheriff Carlos G. Bolanos by 12,464 votes. She has led every reporting date and this last report more than doubled her lead from 6,000 to 12,464. Corpus 60,307 Votes, Bolanos 47,843 Votes. With only 42,000 ballots remaining to be counted San Mateo County News.com is declaring Christina Corpus the winner of the 2022 Election for Sheriff.
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.
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 <firstname.lastname@example.org>To:Michael Stogner Tue, Mar 29 at 5:57 PM That sounds serious and should help figuring it out.
From: Michael Stogner <email@example.com> Sent: Tuesday, March 29, 2022 5:51 PM To: Stephen Wagstaffe <firstname.lastname@example.org> 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 <email@example.com> 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 <firstname.lastname@example.org> Sent: Tuesday, March 29, 2022 5:11 PM To: Stephen Wagstaffe <email@example.com> 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.
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.
Retaliation Prosecution, Is that even a thing? It must be because San Mateo County District Attorney DDA Kimberly Perrotti, San Mateo County County Counsel Attorney Joseph Charles, and Hon. Judge Joseph Scott have spent an awful amount of the Courts Valuable time to make sure the JURY does not here those WORDS. Why? There is NO WAY that could possibly exist in San Mateo County Right?
There must be a checks and balance system in place to make sure that could never happen and if it did the Individuals who broke the law no matter who they are would be PROSECUTED, because Nobody is above the Law in San Mateo County Right?
If you are a resident of San Mateo County and you would like to know if Retaliation Prosecution exists, just ask Rachel Amanda Quintana, a resident of Half Moon Bay in 2015 a mother, sister, daughter, who did the right thing. Ask retired San Mateo County Sheriff Sergeant Michael Otte who committed a PC 115(a) Felony and committed PERJURY in Hon. Judge Lisa Novak’s courtroom January 5, 2017. Why was he NEVER CHARGED?
Ask Candidates for Sheriff of San Mateo County 2022, Sheriff Carlos G. Bolanos and Sheriff Captain Christina Corpus how is it possible the SMCSO Sergeant Michael Otte was not PROSECUTED.
While your at it ASK SMCSO Captain Christina Corpus’s husband ret. Lt. John Kovach why St, Otte was not PROSECUTED. He was responsible for the Internal Investigation of Otte.
Sheriff Deputy Juan P. Lopez is in Court March 18, 2022 9:30 AM Courtroom 2G
Update: 4:00 PM March 17, 2022 Attorney for San Mateo County Daniel T. McCloskey appeared and informed the Judge that Mr. Eblovi filled a Motion to Dismiss the case 2 weeks ago. The Judge checked his records and said the court has no record of that being filed. Mr. Eblovi did not make an appearance.
DAVID C. EBLOVI vs. COUNTY OF SAN MATEO – 21CV002208
This is a case to watch, Why would a resident of Half Moon Bay, California be compelled to Sue the Government of San Mateo County over the Homicide of Sandra Lee Harmon R.I.P. by the Sheriff’s Office Employees on May 5, 2020.
Why would David Eblovi file the Lawsuit in Alameda County and not San Mateo County?
Why does San Mateo County Government want this case heard in SMC?
Mr. Eblovi knows the truth about how San Mateo County Government works and it is the Residents who are responsible for the behavior of ALL Government Officials.
At the 5:04-5:20 mark Dan Noyes reports a source confirmed the cost of all the PPE is more than $10,000,000.00. He also reports from the same source who said that a CONVOY of garbage trucks picked up a bunch of Brand-New PPE and took it to the dumps in the last 2 months.
That is when I had to ask, How many trucks make up a CONVOY? How does anybody know where that CONVOY of Garbage Trucks took the Brand-New PPE in November or December of 2021?
I have Good News to report on that subject. Last night I received a response from Caiti T. Busch of the San Mateo County Counsel Office to my public records request.
“The County has NOT disposed of any of this equipment, but rather has distributed it or continues to store it, so I do not have responsive records with respect to disposal.“
So now the question gets back to the CONVOY of Garbage Trucks full of Brand-New PPE in November or December 2021. Were they simply distributing it?
San Mateo County is at 59 days and the Government has still refused to answer the Simple Question, Who gave James Brown the PPE on or Before January 13, 2022.
Here is the short list of possibilities: Travis Kushman, Dan Belville, Mike Callagy, Sheriff Carlos G. Bolanos, Ret. Lt. John Kovach, SMCSO Captain Christina Corpus.
San Mateo County District Attorney DDA Kimberly Perrotti casually told the Hon. Judge Joseph Scott that case is old and was “Thrown Out” It should not be mentioned in front of the Jury because it would take up too much time of the Court and it could Confuse the Jury.
DDA Perrotti is right about one thing that case is old, it was filed in 2014. Was it really just “Thrown Out” if that were true why would the Government be wasting so much of the Taxpayer’s money and the Courts time making sure it doesn’t get mentioned in this trial?
Sheriff Deputy Juan P. Lopez’s Cases should be Used as a case study of what happens when the Government is the Enemy of the ordinary resident who is not a member of the “Those Who Matter” team which thanks to now District Attorney Steve Wagstaffe brought to the Public’s attention in his April 25, 2007 e-mail to then Sheriff Greg Munks and UnderSheriff Carlos G. Bolanos.
Note: I still call Juan P. Lopez a Sheriff Deputy out of my respect to him and his unshakable position of wanting a JURY TRIAL of his peers. He was forced to retire so officially he is ret. Sheriff Deputy.
He has always wanted that TRIAL, and He as always wanted the Public to be able to watch that trial, he has refused Plea Deals offered by the DA’s Office.
Sheriff Deputy Juan P. Lopez wants the public to know the Truth, and he is entitled to a Fair Trial.
Next Court date; March 18, 2022 Time 9:00 AM in Courtroom 2G Hon. Judge Joseph Scott
Tell you favorite SMC Newspaper or Reporters you would like them to attend in person and report on this case.