2015-08-17, 03:17:32 PLACERVILLE CA
Could it be that Presiding corrupt Judge Suzanne N. Kingsbury may have been in collusion with the county’s District Attorney when she removed the widely-respected Judge Dylan Sullivan from Department 7, which solely hears criminal cases filed by the District Attorney’s office?
Could it be because Judge Sullivan didn’t let the DA’s office roll over her and her court?
And, in another instance, did Presiding Judge Kingsbury (a former county Deputy District Attorney) engage in an unethical ex-parte communication with the District Attorney which resulted in removing two cases from Judge Sullivan and re-assigning them to Judge James R. Wagoner, another former county Deputy District Attorney?
2015-08-10, 01:56:56 PLACERVILLE CA
Community Outreach: The “Meet the Police” outreach campaign is going well. As a reminder, Coffee with a Cop happens on Thursdays and ends on August 27th. The Police Open House was well attended and we look forward to doing it again next year.
Operation Chill: To make connections with younger people in situations which are not related to law enforcement, the department has partnered with 7-Eleven in something called “Operation Chill.” Our officers will look for young people doing something positive and “ticket” them with a coupon for a free Slurpee. Such good acts might be things like wearing bike helmets, using crosswalks, being nice, or just as a way for police staff to start a conversation with young people.
General Summer Information: So far, the community has fared very well this summer from a police perspective. Our July 4th festivities went very well with our visitors only being minimally mischievous. While traffic flow has been difficult with summer construction and a high number of tourists, we have had only a few serious accidents. Tragically, one accident was a motorcycle accident where a young female passenger died from a head injury. Motorcyclists are reminded to always wear a proper helmet with the “DOT” sticker.
Live at Lakeview: The summer music events have been going smoothly. While we would prefer to have those attending follow the simple rules, it has been necessary for our officers to write 3 or 4 citations during each of our Thursday events (mostly for open alcohol container or smoking). Let’s work together to make sure these events remain family friendly.
Crime: While we are pleased to see rape and motor vehicle thefts are down, our community has seen large increases in the numbers of assaults and thefts this year. Overall, this year’s crime rate is up 12%. Essentially, the positive results for 2014 compared to 2013 have been reversed. In 2014, we saw a decrease in violent crime (down 3.4%) and a decrease in property crime (down 11.8%). The following chart compares the first 7 months of last year against the first 7 months of this year:
Crime 2014 2015 % change
Homicide 0 0 N/A
Rape 6 4 -33%
Robbery 8 10 +20%
Assault 229 255 +10%
Burglary 59 59 0%
Theft 187 234 +20%
Motor Vehicle Theft 27 21 -22%
Total 516 583 12%
Crime Prevention: In light of the above information, please lock-up your things and avoid situations which might lead to an assault. While this may seem overly simple, we see many occasions where these simple measures might have prevented a crime altogether. Lastly, do your part to report suspicious activity so we might have a better chance at catching those who commit crime.