Crime

Sheriff's Arrest and Activity Log for 4-12-18

by Placerville Newswire / Apr 13, 2018 / comments

[PRpond]

President Donald J. Trump Proclaims April 2018 as National Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month.  Sexual Assaults will be highlighted in Purple this month.  

The following people are on the arrest log of April 12, 2018, as reported by the El Dorado County Sheriff’s Department:

HERIBERTO    JOAQUIN    BELTRAN    M
LT    20180412    INCUSTODY    70    S
14601.2(A)    M    DRIV:SUSP/ETC LIC:DUI:VIO    $2,500.00
23152(A)/23152(B)    M    DUI ALCOHOL    $20,000.00

Sheriff's Arrest and Activity Log for 4-11-18

by Placerville Newswire / Apr 12, 2018 / comments

[PRpond]

President Donald J. Trump Proclaims April 2018 as National Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month.  Sexual Assaults will be highlighted in Purple this month.  

The following people are on the arrest log of April 11, 2018, as reported by the El Dorado County Sheriff’s Department:

President signs H.R. 1865 to combat online sex trafficking

by Placerville Newswire / Apr 11, 2018 / comments

[Linda Smith, Shared Hope International]

Today, in the presence of survivors and advocates the President signed into law H.R. 1865, the Allow States and Victims to Fight Online Sex Trafficking Act (also known as FOSTA/SESTA)!

With the President’s signing of H.R. 1865, anti-trafficking advocates and survivors of sex trafficking and their families celebrate this long awaited progress in the effort to combat online sex trafficking.

Sheriff's Arrest and Activity Log for 4-10-18

by Placerville Newswire / Apr 11, 2018 / comments

[PRpond]

President Donald J. Trump Proclaims April 2018 as National Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month.  Sexual Assaults will be highlighted in Purple this month.  

The following people are on the arrest log of April 10, 2018, as reported by the El Dorado County Sheriff’s Department:

RAMON    ELOIN    AGUILARMENDOZA    M
PP    20180410    INCUSTODY    26    E
1203.2(A)    M    VIOL OF PROBATION

In California, debate brews over criminal justice reform

[Don Thompson, Christian Science Monitor]

El Dorado County Sheriff John D'Agostini said stories like hers show recent changes "have exacerbated that revolving door." "The pendulum has swung far enough," he said. "It's time to get some reasonable fixes." Critics call the proposed measure a step in the wrong direction. "In many ways I see this ...

In November, two conflicting law enforcement initiatives could appear together on the California ballot. Many groups in the state continue to push for more lenient punishments, but an increasingly visible coalition is calling for a return to strict anti-crime policies. 

APRIL 10, 2018  SACRAMENTO, CALIF.—Crime survivors and law enforcement leaders on Monday criticized a legal system they said has gone too far in reversing get-tough-on-crime policies of past decades as they stood before hundreds of photographs of crime victims as part of their annual Capitol rally.

They urged voters to support a ballot initiative that would roll back portions of measures passed in 2014 and 2016 that critics say impede investigations and free violent offenders too soon.

Crime Victims United of California President Nina Salarno Besselman said the rollbacks are needed "to restore balance to our criminal justice system."

On the opposite side ...

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