Monday, October 31, 2011

Mother and boyfriend arrested for beating resulting in death of 2-year old son in Palmdale From Bail Bondsman in Los Angeles County

A mother and her boyfriend were arrested for murder early Saturday morning after Sheriff's Homicide investigators learned it was the beating of her 2-year old son, by the individuals, which allegedly caused the child's death.
Homicide Investigators from the Los Angeles Sheriff's Department responded to the 38200 block of 5th Street East in the City of Palmdale to assist Palmdale Sheriff's Station deputies, to investigate the circumstances surrounding the death of a 2-year old boy.

Investigators learned that the child's mother, 19-year old Jennifer Zolorzano, rushed the child to a local hospital for head injuries she alleged occurred when the child slipped and fell while taking a bath. The child was pronounced dead by medical staff upon arrival to the hospital. During their investigation, detectives discovered the child had multiple bruises and burns about his body that were not consistent with the mother's statements.

Upon further investigation, the mother and her 21-year old boyfriend, Joe Hickman, admitted to brutally beating the child inside their Palmdale home. Both Zolorzano and Hickman were arrested for Murder and booked at the Palmdale Sheriff's station. They are being held in lieu of 1,000,000.00 bail. Date/Time of Occurrence: Sat., October 29, 2011, 12:59 AM

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Tuesday, October 25, 2011

$250,000.00 in counterfeit iPhone parts seized during 5 location Search Warrant, 3 arrested, From Bail Bondsman in Los Angeles County

Detectives from the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department, Commercial Crimes Bureau, working on information provided by Apple Inc., conducted a three month investigation into alleged counterfeit iPhone parts being sold on the internet through various auction sites. The investigation lead detectives to five locations in the cities of Walnut, Rowland Heights and Covina.

On Thursday, October 20th, detectives from the sheriff's Commercial Crimes Bureau and Community Oriented Policing Services (COPS) Bureau, served search warrants at all five locations recovering counterfeit iPhone rear panels, phone covers, and chargers with a street valueapproximately $250,000.
The parts were believed to be imported from China.

Two Chinese men and one woman were arrested for Possession of Known Counterfeit iPhone parts with the intent to sell those parts to the public. All three suspects were booked at a local sheriff's station and are being held in lieu of $100,000.00 bail. Due to the on-going investigation, names of the suspects are being withheld.

The Commercial Crimes Bureau investigates crimes consisting of: Consumer and corporate frauds, Real Estate frauds, Large scale

embezzlement's accomplished through manipulation of records and Theft of trade secrets. Large scale

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Saturday, October 22, 2011

Attorney Arrested for Smuggling Narcotics into L.A. Courthouse, From Bail Bondsman in Los Angeles County

Intelligence was gathered by gang investigators with Operation Safe Streets, of the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department, alleging that Criminal Defense Attorney Kenneth Markman was delivering narcotics to his clients who are confined in the Los Angeles County jail system.

On Friday, October 21, at 10am, Defense Attorney Markman arranged an attorney-client interview on the 11th Floor of the Clara Shortridge Foltz Criminal Justice Center (Criminal Courts Building), 210 West Temple Street in Downtown Los Angeles. Attorney-Client interviews are confidential communications between lawyers and their clients.

While Mr. Markman was waiting alone in the attorney room and prior to meeting with his client, a Sheriff’s Narcotics K-9 unit was brought into the room and it immediately "alerted" on Markman’s legal briefcase and person (narcotics K-9’s are trained to alert their deputy handlers when the presence of narcotics is detected).

Suspect Markman was questioned by sheriff’s gang investigators with respect to possessing narcotics. He removed a package from his interior suit jacket pocket and the K-9 Unit immediately alerted on the package, which was a tightly wrapped wad of electrical tape. Deputies removed the tape and discovered the package contained a total of twenty-six balloons containing tar Heroin and Methamphetamine. It also contained a quantity of marijuana, and three mini-hypodermic syringes.

A 47-year old resident of Los Angeles, Suspect Kenneth Markman was arrested, transported and booked at the
Inmate Reception Center on several narcotics related offenses. He being held in lieu of $145,000.00 bail. The estimated value of the narcotics is $30,000.00. Charges include: Conspiracy to Distribute Narcotics; Transportation of Methamphetamine and Heroin; Transportation of Marijuana; Transportation of Narcotics into a Custody Facility; Participation with Criminal Street Gang Members in Felonious Conduct; and Conspiracy to Distribute Narcotics.

Narcotics such as these, and the abuse of these narcotics, can lead to violent confrontations with law enforcement personnel, especially in a more confined environment such as a jail setting. Use of these controlled substances by inmates in a custody facility can also lead to assaults against other inmates due to the unpredictable nature of people who are under the influence of these drugs.
Suspect Markman was meeting with his client, who is a violent gang member appearing in court Friday to be sentenced on a felony case. Information about the gang member is not being made available at this time.

So far in 2011, 47 arrests for narcotics violations were made in Los Angeles County courthouses. Meanwhile in 2011, two guns and 34,266 knives were confiscated.

In 2010, 73 narcotics arrests were made, and two guns and 51,806 knives were confiscated from persons entering Los Angeles County court facilities. The Court Services Division of the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department has the responsibility for providing security for the 42 courthouses of the Los Angeles Superior Court system, which is the nation’s largest. It is the mission of Sheriff’s Court Services Division personnel to provide a safe environment, as well as effective and efficient levels of security to Judges, Superior Court employees, court patrons, court prisoners, and Sheriff’s Department employees assigned to work at the courthouses within Los Angeles County. Sheriff’s Deputies, armed Sheriff’s Security Officers, Sheriff’s Security Assistants and personnel from a privately contracted security company monitor all court patrons upon entrance to the courthouses. Sheriff’s supervision helps ensure that correct monitoring procedures are adhered to, in addition to handling those situations which are beyond the scope of the Security Officers and Security Assistants.

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