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San Mateo County Community College District vice chancellor Jose D. Nuñez in Court today? 9:00 AM 21SF014456A

By Michael G. Stogner

SMCCCD Vice Chancellor Jose D. Nunez

Update: next court date January 5, 2022

Today December 22, 2021 Courtroom 8B at 9:00AM Hon. Judge Chinhayi C. Cadet for Arraignment

SMCCCD Vice Chancellor Jose D. Nunez has been charged with 15 Felony counts, including Embezzlement and PERJURY. He has not been arrested yet. Why? also PER DA AND DEFENDANT’S ATTORNEY’S REQUEST. NTA MAY NOT REACH DEFENDANT IN TIME. NTA= Notice to appear, Mr. Nunez might not even know he has been invited to show up in court today. Very casual for a 2.5 year Criminal Investigation. How much did the 2.5 year Investigation cost SMC Taxpayer? Lets compare that to the final outcome of this case, which will most likely never get to a Jury Trial.

Just because a person is criminally charged with a crime in San Mateo County doesn’t mean that he or she is guilty. Look no further than Sheriff Deputy Juan P. Lopez case NF433910A or the Sheriff Activities League (SAL) Embezzlement and Money Laundering case.

The Public is invited to attend in person by Hon. Judge Leland Davis III. Up until November 22, 2021 the public which includes reporters were able to Listen to the Hearing by calling this number 503-300-6847 Code 438807. Remember there is a Pandemic in the world including San Mateo County.

Public Access Policy Updated 11/22/21 – The listen-only public access lines are no longer in effect; proceedings are open to the public to attend in person.

I have recommended a Single Point Data Base to San Mateo County Government (SUPERVISORS) for 20 years. Just think how much time and money it would have saved if it caught the alleged Felony on 3/4/2009. Also it would be helpful if the District Attorney’s Office charge all people equally, for example if a Judge, a court clerk, and a court reporter committed a Felony, it would go a long way for Public Trust if they were arrested, charged, and prosecuted. Here are the current charges in the Nunez case.

From today’s hearing:

Disposition Events

12/22/2021  Plea

Judicial Officer Cadet, Chinhayi C.

PC424(a)-FEL-Public Officer Crime
Not Guilty
PC803(c)-ENH-Special Allegation-Statute Of Limitations-Late Discovery (Zamora Allegation)
Not Guilty
PC118(a)-FEL-Perjury By Declaration
Not Guilty
PC118(a)-FEL-Perjury By Declaration
Not Guilty
PC118(a)-FEL-Perjury By Declaration
Not Guilty
PC118(a)-FEL-Perjury By Declaration
Not Guilty
PC118(a)-FEL-Perjury By Declaration
Not Guilty
PC118(a)-FEL-Perjury By Declaration
Not Guilty
PC118(a)-FEL-Perjury By Declaration
Not Guilty
PC118(a)-FEL-Perjury By Declaration
Not Guilty
PC118(a)-FEL-Perjury By Declaration
Not Guilty
PC118(a)-FEL-Perjury By Declaration
Not Guilty
PC118(a)-FEL-Perjury By Declaration
Not Guilty
PC118(a)-FEL-Perjury By Declaration
Not Guilty
PC803(c)-ENH-Special Allegation-Statute Of Limitations-Late Discovery (Zamora Allegation)
Not Guilty
EC7054-FEL- Use of School District or College District Funds for Political Purposes
Not Guilty
PC803(c)-ENH-Special Allegation-Statute Of Limitations-Late Discovery (Zamora Allegation)
Not Guilty
EC7054-FEL- Use of School District or College District Funds for Political Purposes
Not Guilty

Events and Hearings

  • 12/16/2021 Efiling – Initial

  • 12/16/2021 New Filed Case

    12/16/2021 Notice to Appear sent to defendant

    12/22/2021 Arraignment 

    Original TypeArraignmentJudicial OfficerCadet, Chinhayi C.Hearing Time9:00 AMResultArraignedCommentPER DA AND DEFENDANT’S ATTORNEY’S REQUEST. NTA MAY NOT REACH DEFENDANT IN TIME.

    Parties Present

    Defendant: Nunez, Jose DAttorney: AGRE, LYN R

    12/22/2021 Advisement of Rights

    12/22/2021 Arraignment waived on complaint

    12/22/2021 Time waiver for preliminary hearing. 

    Comment Defendant personally waived time for 10 court days and 60 calendar days for the preliminary hearing.

    12/22/2021 Defendant ordered to return.

  • 01/05/2022 Superior Court Review 

    Judicial Officer(s) Greenberg, Susan, Southern Superior Court Review, –Hearing Time1:30 PMComment and To Set Prelim

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Michael D. Banister 21SF010162A in Court today.

By Michael G. Stogner

Unfortunately the Public is Not allowed to Listen to the court appearance. San Mateo County Superior Court of California has cancelled all Public Telephone Access to all Courtrooms as of November 22, 2021. The Public is welcome and encouraged to attend in Person. Courtroom 2A Time 1:30PM

San Mateo County confirmed yesterday that this new policy was authorized by Court Executive Officer, Neal Taniguchi. Why? Is the Pandemic over?

Summary: On August 2, 2021, Sheriff’s Office Detectives started investigating a case involving an 11-year-old child who was sexually assaulted on 3 different occasions by a family friend. He was identified as suspect Michael Banister from El Granada, CA. The sexual assaults took place near his residence while he was babysitting the child.

On August 31, 2021, Detectives obtained a $500,000 arrest warrant for Banister for the above sexual assault charges. Shortly after the warrant was issued, Bannister was placed under arrest by Deputies from the Coastside Patrol Bureau without incident. Banister has a lengthy criminal history from Oregon and had recently moved to El Granada within the past 2 years.

San Mateo County Sheriff’s Office Press Release

San Mateo County Article Michael D. Banister

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Pacifica, Woman is pronounced dead at scene.

By Michael G. Stogner

Update: She has been identified as 45-year-old Yvonne Rogan from Daly City.

September 5, 2021 9:40 AM a 911 call was made reporting an adult female hiker had fallen off of the trail. She was found unresponsive 50 feet below the trail and was pronounced dead at the scene by the paramedics.

It has been reported that Witnesses told police they saw the victim trip and fall off the trail.

She has not been identified yet, pending notification of her family.

Mori Point Loop Trail is a 2.5 mile heavily trafficked loop trail located near Pacifica, California that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, and running and is accessible year-round.

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Daly City Police Detective Cameron Newton.

By Michael G. Stogner

It only took 135 days for the shooter and killer of Roger Allen R.I.P. to be identified. His name is Cameron Newton.

It should be no surprise to anyone in San Mateo County that District Attorney Steve Wagstaffe has determined there will be no criminal charges filed because he was really scared.

San Mateo County District Attorney Office Statement and documents

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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.


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.


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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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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Another False Statement by SMC Sheriff Carlos G. Bolanos.

By Michael G. Stogner

Sheriff Carlos G. Bolanos

This should come as no surprise to any reasonable thinking resident of San Mateo County.

His identification was unknown until January 2021 when detectives received a break in the case from a witness who identified the suspect as 30-year-old Kaylan Freeman from the San Mateo County Coast.”

That is a False Statement, Just ask San Mateo County Sheriff Sergeant Gonzales, The San Mateo County Sheriff’s Office knew who Kaylan Freeman was since March 2014.

Press Release

The real question is, What was the Sheriff’s Office really doing since 2012?

Sheriff’s Office eliminated SHOP and all dedicated, sexual-offense investigators with a 75% reduction in staffing in 2007 right after Operation Dollhouse the FBI Sting Operation.

What happens when San Mateo County Sheriff Carlos G. Bolanos lies to the public? Nothing.

Update: I forgot to mention during the Campaign for Sheriff 2018 Candidate Mark Melville told every Editor who met with him that Sheriff Carlos G. Bolanos was a LIAR. Not one of the Print Media Newspapers printed that.

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S.J. Kaiser Permanente 43 ER Staff COVID-19 Positive.

By Michael G. Stogner

Update: Jan.5, 2021 Now 1 Dead 60 Positive, the deceased worked on Christmas Day.

The health and safety of our patients, employees, and physicians is our highest priority. To date, we have determined 60 staff members out of those present in the Kaiser Permanente San Jose Emergency Department on Dec. 25 have tested positive for COVID-19. Working with our infectious disease specialists, we are continuing to investigate the outbreak to determine the potential causes and using contact tracing to personally notify and test anyone exposed, based on CDC and public health guidelines. Given the prevalence of COVID-19 in our communities, it is often difficult to pinpoint the specific exposure leading to COVID-19 infection.


43 staff members at the Kaiser Permanente San Jose Medical Center Emergency Department tested positive for COVID-19 between Dec. 27, 2020 and Jan. 1, 2021 Thats six days.

That’s Santa Clara County right next door to San Mateo County, That’s also 43 Staff Members that must be replaced during a staffing shortage.

SMC County Manager Mike Callagy

Now in San Mateo County, the question of how many residents have been injected in arm/shot up with the Vaccine have gone unanswered by San Mateo County Manager Mike Callagy.

From: Michael Stogner <>To: Mike Callagy <>

Sent: Thursday, December 31, 2020, 8:41:00 AM PST Subject: Total of COVID-19 Vaccines in Arms

Hello Mike,
Can you please tell me how many COVID-19 vaccines have been injected into arms in San Mateo County as of December 30, 2020.

Thank You
Michael G. Stogner San Mateo County

It would be great if County Manager Mike Callagy could answer that question as of December 30, 2020 as I asked and also as of Jan. 3, 2021 now.

As we have all learned from Operation Warp Speed aka Happy Talk It’s one thing to ship doses it’s entirely different to inject arms aka shoot up.

San Mateo County, What is the answer? and why would County Manager not answer that simple question or have somebody answer it.

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San Mateo County goes Purple again.

By Michael G. Stogner

San Mateo County New Cases Saturday 441 all time record.

As of Sunday November 29, 2020 San Mateo County is Purple again.

The state today announced that, effective tomorrow (Sunday, Nov. 29), San Mateo County will move to purple Tier 1, the most restrictive on the state’s four-tier, color-coded COVID-19 reopening plan. A new stay-at-home order — prohibiting residents from leaving their homes to gather with other households from 10 p.m. to 5 a.m. — also takes effect at 10 p.m. Monday, Nov. 30.Under purple Tier 1 restrictions, businesses and activities that may have been operating indoors — including places of worship, movie theaters, gyms and museums — must move outdoors or close. Shopping malls and all retail must operate at no more than 25 percent capacity. Indoor gatherings among members of different households are banned and outdoor gatherings can include people from only three households outside of the 10 p.m. to 5 a.m. restrictions. During those hours, no gatherings are allowed among households, with certain exemptions.State officials said restrictions are necessary to control a recent surge in coronavirus cases across the Bay Area and state. San Mateo County Health reported an approximately 85 percent spike in new COVID-19 cases from October to November: The rollback to purple is due to the county’s new adjusted case rate of 7.6 per 100,000 population.“We have not seen numbers like this in quite a while and we really need to reverse this incredibly troubling trend,” County Manager Mike Callagy said. “What’s important to remember is that we can reverse the trend as long as we follow common-sense health and safety practices.”The virus is considered “widespread” in purple Tier 1 in state’s four-tier “Blueprint for a Safer Economy” plan. Callagy added, “We need everyone to do their part to keep our community safe. That’s why we are urging everyone to stay home for the holidays. I know that means a lot of sacrifice, but the best way to show your family that you love them is to stay home and stay safe.”Limited Stay At Home OrderThe new stay at home order, announced by the state Nov. 19, is more limited than the spring “Shelter in Place” order and applies only to counties in the purple Tier 1. It went into effect November 21 and will remain in place until December 21.Residents can still go outside alone or with members of their own household “as long as they do not engage in any interaction” with members of other households or to work at essential jobs, such as in grocery stores. The order requires all nonessential businesses and restaurants – even if operating outdoors – to cease operations by 10 p.m. Holiday TravelCounty Health officials urge residents to follow Centers for Disease Control and Prevention guidelines for testing and California Department of Public Health tips for healthier holiday season:· Stay home or in your region and avoid non-essential travel· Do not gather indoors with other households· Contact your healthcare provider if you have a concern about your exposure. “We continue to advise against traveling and want to reinforce that testing provides only a point-in-time result,” said County Health Officer Dr. Scott Morrow. “A test during the incubation period is too early to detect the virus during the infectious period. So if you test negative before or during a trip, you may still present a risk of exposing others to COVID-19. A negative test does not clear you for visiting relatives.”Morrow advised everyone to wear a face covering, maintain social distance and avoid gatherings even if your test result is negative.Activity and Business Restrictions Under Purple Tier 1Restaurants (Dine In)· Outdoors only with modifications (takeout and delivery open with modifications)Gatherings· Outdoors only with modifications· No more than three households· Prohibited, with certain exemptions, from 10 p.m. to 5 a.m.Places of Worship· Outdoor only with modificationsMovie Theaters, Gyms and Fitness Centers, Museums, Zoos and Aquariums· Outdoor only with modificationsHair Salons, Barbershops, Personal Care Services· Open indoors with modificationsAll Retail (except stand-alone grocers), Shopping Centers, Malls, Swap Meets· Open indoors with modifications· Maximum 25% capacity· Closed common areas· Closed food courtsSchools· The County’s move to the Purple Tier will have no impact on schools that have already resumed modified in-person instruction. · However, additional restrictions and/or a waiver process will apply to those that have not yet transitioned to in-person instruction.Offices for Non-Essential Workers· Remote onlyOutdoor Playgrounds/Recreational Facilities· Open with modificationsAll businesses are required to follow industry-specific guidance:….(What’s open and what’s closed in each tier? Find out on the California Department of Public Health’s website. Look at each county’s tier status here:

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Vote Joaquin Jiménez for Half Moon Bay City Council.

By Michael G. Stogner

The residents of Half Moon Bay are very lucky that Joaquin Jimenez has offered his services to them by placing his name on the ballot. Joauqin Jimenez is Half Moon Bay and is San Mateo County.

One reason is 3 out of 5 HMB Councilmembers endorse him.

  • ​Robert Brownstone, current Vice-Mayor, HMB City Council
  • Deborah Penrose, current HMB City Councilmember
  • Harvey Rarback, current HMB City Councilmember

Joaquin Jimenez Website

The other reason why you should vote for Joaquin Jimenez, these four don’t want him to win.

  • Jackie Speier, Congresswoman representing California’s 14th District
  • Jerry Hill, California State Senator, 13th District
  • Kevin Mullin, Speaker Pro Tempore, California Assembly District 22
  • Don Horsley, San Mateo County Board of Supervisors representing HMB

I think it is fair to say that everyone who lives in Half Moon Bay knows of the Yanira Serrano Garcia Homicide and the Sandra L. Harmon Homicide both by San Mateo County Sheriff Deputies. Your City Council Voted unanimously 5-0 to ask the State of California Attorney General for an Independent Criminal Investigation of the Shooting death of Sandra L. Harmon, The Sheriff’s Office, and the District Attorney’s Office Investigation. That is Historical for San Mateo County, normally the elected officials support what ever the Sheriff or District Attorney say to the public.

Google: Jackie Speier, Jery Hill, Kevin Mullin, Don Horsley, See what their public comments have been on the Request for Independent Criminal Investigation by the City of Half Moon Bay.

The City of Half Moon Bay had a Special Meeting on September 23, 2020 to finalized the letter to the Attorney General’s Office, The meeting was 1 hour 5 minutes long.

HMB Special Meeting September 23, 2020

To this day October 1, 2020 the Letter has not been finalized, sent or made Public.

I can assure you if Joaquin Jimenez was on the Half Moon Bay City Council that Letter would have been completed, sent, and made public on September 24, 2020.

Half Moon Bay Residents have a chance to have a Great Voice for All Residents. VOTE Joaquin Jimenez for HMB City Council 2020

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