As some of you know San Mateo County News.com has been asking Newly Elected Sheriff Christina Corpus to simply verify her position on releasing the Axon Log Records in the Sandra Lee Harmon Execution by San Mateo County Sheriff Employees on May 5, 202 in the City of Half Moon Bay.
I suggest before you donate any more money to Newly Elected Sheriff Christina Corpus’s Retire the Debt Party, you get Christina to first tell you how much money she is looking for? That’s called Transparency.
A SHERIFF WE CAN TRUST, that has a really nice sound too it doesn’t it.
Transparency is one of my core values, and I would have publicly released the Axon log records in the Sandra Harmon case if I was Sheriff.
The Question is will you release the Axon Log Records in the Sandra Lee Harmon case the first day you are in office. This is the last time San Mateo County News.com will be asking you this question. You have until 5:00 PM Friday July 15, 2022 to answer this simple question. The public has a right to know. You may answer here as a comment, or better yet make a public statement to all of the Newspapers in SMC. I you do not answer the question I will consider that to be the answer, remember when Don Horsley told all of the voters if elected he would NOT receive or accept the normal salary. I helped him keep his Campaign promise.
The residents of San Mateo County will remember the News that San Mateo County Sheriff Greg Munks and UnderSheriff Carlos G. Bolanos were Caught and Detained INSIDE a single family home with bars on all of the windows and doors in an FBI Sting, called Operation Dollhouse. Who said they were INSIDE, LVMPD Spokesman Bill Cassell, and LVMPD Vice Lt. Karen Hughes both said they were INSIDE.
Three days later on April 25, 2007 San Mateo County Sheriff Greg Munks held a Misinformation Event where he admitted the obvious that he was INSIDE but then Lied about UnderSheriff Carlos G. Bolanos was outside when the authorities arrived. Why would he lie about that?
Sheriff Munks also said: Neither he nor Bolanos intended to PAY FOR SEX.
Sheriff Greg Munks and UnderSheriff Carlos G. Bolanos have NEVER been Investigated or answered ANY questions about Why were they both INSIDE that Disgusting, Vulgar home on April 21, 2007.
Not one of the 5 San Mateo County Supervisors, thought it would be a good idea to find out why they both left the County at the same time for several days, and Why were they both Caught & Detained INSIDE? If they didn’t intend to PAY for SEX, were they there for another reason?
How long would it take for the San Mateo County Gang Task Force to get their hands on 3,5000 Ecstasy Tablets.
What would each Tablet be worth at retail or at a location where the customers would pay top dollar say $20 each = $70,000
Is it possible that Sheriff Munks and UnderSheriff Carlos G. Bolanos both experts in Drug Trafficking and Human Trafficking were INSIDE 3474 Eldon Street, Las Vegas Nevada, at 9:30 PM to sell 3,500 Ecstasy Tablets for $25,000 Cash?
It’s NEVER too late to Investigate, I’ve asked the Board of Supervisors to Investigate they Refused.
How many of the 7 Print Media aka Newspapers demanded an Investigation of Munk’s and Bolanos being INSIDE?
Every Candidate for Supervisor, Sheriff, and even the District Attorney’s Office should be in favor of a Full Investigation.
Nobody has ever asked, When did the 3,500 Ecstasy Tablets arrive at 3474 Eldon Street, Las Vegas, Nevada?
What caused the FBI to close a 2 year Sting Operation on a Saturday Night, when San Mateo County’s top two Law Enforcement Sheriffs were Caught?
Who is responsible for this mess? The Supervisors of San Mateo County of course. Also every City Manager and City Council who contracted with the Sheriff’s Office for Patrol Services.
It’s such a Simple Question, Why were you INSIDE? It should only be asked after they both are sworn in.
Adopt a resolution authorizing: A) The President of the Board to execute an agreement with Execushield, Inc. for the provision of security services at various County sites for the term of October 11, 2021 through October 10, 2024, in an amount not to exceed $4,532,790.00 including a two percent contingency factor, with the option to extend for two years through October 10, 2026; and B) The Sheriff or Sheriff’s designee to exercise the contractual option at the Sheriff’s discretion and execute contract amendments which modify the contract term and/or services so long as the modified term or service is/are within the current or revised fiscal provisions.
San Mateo County Sheriff Carlos G. Bolanos, Captain Christina Corpus, Captain Jeffery C. Kearnan and the State of California Attorney Generals Office, all thought it would be just fine to Investigate the San Mateo County Sheriff Activities League former Executive Director and others, for Embezzlement & Money Laundering. Early on retired SMCSO Captain Jefferey C. Kearnan sent an e-mail to Christina Corpus.
San Mateo County Sheriff Activities League has NEVER been Audited.
Jeffrey C. Kearnan e-mail “Per Gigi SAL has never been audited” We can not account for $232,084.51
Mark Melville Candidate for San Mateo County Sheriff 2022 was asked if he was Sheriff would he have allowed the Sheriff’s Office to Investigate itself? Here is his response,
Mark D Melville <email@example.com>To:Michael Stogner Wed, Sep 22 at 8:16 PM
Mr. Stogner, If I was the Sheriff when the embezzlement issue was discovered which implicated Barbara Bonilla as the responsible person, I would not have had anyone from the Sheriff’s Office conduct said investigation. I would have placed Ms. Bonilla on administrative leave, hired an independent auditing firm to review all transactions of SAL for the previous three (3) years, and based on the findings, contacted the Attorney’s General Office to conduct an investigation to determine how, when, and how much money was missing, and to what extent Ms. Bonilla was involved. Once the investigation was completed, the appropriate charges would be immediately filed with the court and Ms. Bonilla would have been arrested for said crime(s), booked, and subsequently tried. At no time would I have had any employee of San Mateo County involved in this investigation. Mark——
On Wed, Sep 22, 2021 at 5:21 PM Michael Stogner <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: Hello Mark If you were the Sheriff of San Mateo County when Barbara Bonilla the Executive Director of Sheriff Activities League was being Investigated for Embezzlement and Money Laundering back in early 2020, would you have allowed any of the San Mateo County Sheriff Employees to investigate the SAL at all. Or would you have recognized the Conflict of Interest. Thank You Michael G. Stogner, San Mateo County News.com
Every San Mateo County Elected Official and their Staff are completely in support of the Conflict of Interest Criminal Investigation of San Mateo County Sheriff’s Activities League. How do I know this? It’s simple, just Google it.
Not one of San Mateo County Elected Officials or Candidates in the Election just nine months away have said one word about it, except Mark Melville.
I say this based on my personal experience of dealing with Half Moon Bay City Manager Bob Nesbit and Deputy City Manager Matthew Chidester in trying to get to the truth of the Sandra Lee Harmon Homicide by San Mateo County Sheriff Deputies on May 5, 2020. Those two in my opinion did everything possible to obstruct that goal. I even recommended the City Council file a lawsuit against the Sheriff, District Attorney and County Counsel to release the AXON LOG RECORDS, they chose not to. Half Moon Bay City Council was very disturbed by the Homicide and wanted answers, and even went so far as to contact the Attorney General to Criminally Investigate the Sheriff, District Attorney Investigators and the Homicide. Again the City Managers intervened in the creation of the watered down wording of that letter.
One of the main differences I see between the Murder of Roger Allen and Sandra Lee Harmon is Daly City Mayor and the Council Members are fine with the Murder of another Black man in San Mateo County. Just like Millbrae was with Chinedu V. Okobi’s Homicide by six Sheriff Employees. That was not the case in Half Moon Bay ALL Council Members were very upset and they said so.
Everybody knows the names of the 4 Daly City Police Officers should have been made public on April 7, 2021 the same day Roger Allen was killed. That is Transparency. Who is responsible for the behavior of the Daly City Police Chief? If it’s not the City Manager, and it’s not the Mayor, that leaves the silent City Council.
What did San Mateo County Manager Mike Callagy (30 year Police Officer) say? Nothing
What did the Board of Supervisor’s say about Roger Allen’s Homicide by DCPD? Nothing
Mark D. Melville candidate for Sheriff of San Mateo County 2022 said “The police department should be conducting their own investigation to ensure all department directives were followed in handling said incident.” “There is no reason for the PD to withhold the names of all personnel involved in said incident.”
District Attorney Steve Wagstaffe told me,
“There are four officers involved in the Daly City shooting. It is the responsibility of the police chief to disclose the officers’ names, with the proviso that my office will disclose the names at the time of announcing the decision in the case. So at least for now that inquiry goes to Chief Patrick Hensley at DCPD.”
“Only one officer fired his weapon and he is on administrative leave. “
Than You, Colin Kaepernick.
I recently revisited the 2016 postgame interview when I was first asked about not standing during “The Star-Spangled Banner.” One of the reporters inquired about the reasoning behind my dissent. “There’s a lot of things that need to change,” I replied. “One specifically is police brutality. There’s people being murdered unjustly and not being held accountable. Cops are getting paid leave for killing people. That’s not right. That’s not right by anyone’s standards.”
The unnamed Daly City Police Officer who killed Roger Allen is on paid leave. City Managers, Mayors and City Council are responsible.
The Attorney General of the State of California should by Investigating Roger Allen’s Homicide. Everybody knows that.
San Mateo County Dashboard should be fully functional by Sunday night.
A technical glitch that has plagued the data system the state relies on to make decisions about reopening businesses and schools has been fixed but it could take up to 48 hours to get the numbers updated, California’s top health official said Friday.
California Health and Human Services Secretary Dr. Mark Ghaly said that up to 300,000 records might have been backlogged — but not all of them are coronavirus cases and some may be duplicates. California reported 8,436 new confirmed cases Friday and surpassed 10,000 deaths from the coronavirus.
“We apologize. You deserve better, the governor demands better of us and we are committed to doing better,” Ghaly said.
County health officials say they’ve been flying blind, unable to conduct robust contact tracing or monitor health factors without timely information, especially at a time when parents are on edge about school plans.
Update: August 8, 2020 San Mateo County Website does not inform the residents that the Glitch has been corrected.
A significant unresolved problem with the State of California’s reporting system for communicable diseases (California Reportable Disease Information Exchange [CalREDIE]), has resulted in significant underreporting of COVID-19 testing results to San Mateo County Health and local health departments state-wide. Local health departments are receiving incomplete information regarding laboratory test results, which affects our ability to identify new cases of COVID-19, to accurately report the testing positivity rate in our community, and to identify the number of persons tested for the last few weeks. Without timely reports of all new lab results, it is impossible for the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) and local health officials to identify the extent to which COVID-19 is circulating in the community. It also hinders our ability to conduct effective contact tracing and case investigations to slow the spread of COVID-19.
The extent of this issue is currently unknown, and the expected resolution date is also unknown. San Mateo County Health is in conversations with CDPH, working to rapidly resolve this issue and creating new paths for laboratory results to be reported to our County. In the meantime, we are continuing to report the testing data we do receive and will make clear to the public which data reported on our website are affected by this issue. Data currently affected are in the County Data Dashboard, the Lab Testing Data Dashboard, the Cases by City map, and the Long Term Care Facility Data Dashboard. CDPH has confirmed that although received data are incomplete, the data are valid for those results we are receiving. We expect the testing positivity rate, the daily and cumulative case counts, and other data points on the County’s COVID-19 data dashboards to change as more complete test results are reported to San Mateo County Health.
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Due to a significant and unresolved problem with the State of California’s reporting system for communicable diseases (California Reportable Disease Information Exchange [CalREDIE]), San Mateo County Health, as well as county public health departments statewide, are experiencing significant underreporting of COVID-19 testing results. The State has confirmed that the test results data we have received is valid, but incomplete. We do not yet know the extent of this issue or when the State will be able to resolve it, but we are in communication with the State along with all the counties and will support their efforts to rapidly resolve this issue. We are also working closely with the State to implement parallel procedures to assure our staff can continue to conduct effective contact tracing and case investigations to prevent the spread of COVID-19 in our community. Until we receive confirmation from the State that the data is once again being fully reported, members of the public should assume that any dashboard elements that rely on test results are incomplete. We have temporarily removed some dashboards from this website until there is resolution of this problem.
This dashboard details the number of COVID-19 cases and deaths within San Mateo County, including by day, age, race/ethnicity and sex of patients. A case is someone who tests positive for COVID-19 using viral testing performed in a lab.
This dashboard provides information on the number of hospitalized patients with confirmed or suspected cases of COVID-19, as well as current occupancy and availability of intensive care unit beds, acute hospital beds and ventilators across San Mateo County. These data are provided by hospitals and may vary greatly day to day as discharges, transfers, and deaths of patients occur throughout the day.
This dashboard provides information on the number of COVID-19 tests administered daily in San Mateo County, including positive, negative and pending results. The health office monitors testing to ensure enough capacity to isolate those who test positive, use contact tracing to notify anyone who may have been exposed, and ultimately slow the spread of COVID-19.