Monday, July 30, 2012

Night Cliff Rescue of Two Truck Driver From Bail Bondsman In Malibu

A late night call Friday to a tow company to retrieve a motorcycle over a cliff on Mulholland Hwy in Malibu resulted in a Sheriff's cliffside rescue of the tow truck driver. The 2 1/2 hour rescue was the 75th rescue handled by the Malibu Search and Rescue Team of the Angeles County Sheriff’s Department so far in 2012. At 9:30PM, the Malibu Search and Rescue (SAR) Team of the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department arrived at the site about a mile north of Pacific Coast Highway. They were called to the site to rescue a man who was clinging to the side of a cliff in the dark. He had gone down over the side of a cliff to retrieve a motorcycle that had been involved in an accident hours before. In the earlier accident, a motorcycle rider had been thrown about 20-30 feet over the cliff but was able to make it to the top of Mulholland Hwy before rescuers arrived on scene. His motorcycle however was not so lucky, sliding hundreds of feet down the cliffside. Two men from a tow company arrived later to retrieve the motorcycle in the dark. One of the men carried a cable over the cliff towards the motorcycle. When he was about 200 feet over the side he slipped on the unstable ground and slid freely past the motorcycle about another 50 feet. Having lost hold of his cable and desperately hanging on to the soft dirt and bushes, the 36-year old Newbury Park resident needed to be secured by Sheriff’s Malibu SAR personnel into a harness and safely raised up the precarious cliff. The area is quite dark at night and even with the Sheriff's floodlights to illuminate the area it is still difficult to see (photos). “It was a good thing we reached the man when we did," said Sheriff’s Malibu Search and Rescue Team Public Information Officer, Reserve Sergeant David Katz. "While he was tired and unharmed, our first rescuer to reach him reported that the man was clinging to the side of the cliff so tightly that the rescuer had difficulty wrapping the man in the rescue harness." Katz went on to say “it turned out that the extreme darkness masked the sheer cliff just below the stranded man. With large rocks and boulders below, the man was very lucky to have not slid further or the result could have been tragic." The LASD Malibu Search and Rescue Team has responded to 75 rescues in the Santa Monica Mountains and nearby beaches in 2012, an increase from 68 by this time last year. 30 volunteers, including reserve sheriff's deputies, nurses and other civilians responded to 128 call-outs in 2011, which was an all-time high. Search and Rescue Team members are reserve sheriff’s deputies who volunteer their time to help others for $1 a year, and who partner with sheriff’s civilian volunteers who volunteer for free. There are over 150 members of the eight Search and Rescue teams of the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department. These rescuers were activated for over 450 search and rescue missions last year, making it one of the most active counties for search and rescue missions in the nation. Reserve deputies and civilian volunteers are supervised by full-time sheriff’s deputies. http://lasdreserve.org


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Saturday, July 28, 2012

Police Seek Public's Help In Identifying A Cat Burglary Suspect From Bail Bondsman In Long Beach

The Long Beach Police Department is seeking the public’s help in identifying a suspect wanted in connection with a cat burglary that occurred in the area of 7th Street and Temple Avenue on Friday, July 13, 2012, at approximately 10:30 p.m., and a composite sketch is now available. The adult female was asleep in her residence when she woke to find the suspect standing over her. The suspect made lewd comments to the victim and then fled the residence. The victim immediately reported the incident to police. The victim described the suspect as a male Hispanic in his 40s, 5’5” to 5’6” tall and weighing 160 to 170 pounds, with black hair, brown eyes and a mustache. The Long Beach Police Department would like to encourage residents to practice the following safety tips: - keep your doors and windows secured at all times - purchase devices for your windows that will allow adequate ventilation without jeopardizing your safety - install security lights with motion sensors outside your home - prevent hiding locations by keeping bushes and shrubbery trimmed - know your escape routes - immediately report any suspicious activity or persons by calling 9-1-1 regardless of how insignificant you may feel it is and let police determine its importance


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Wednesday, July 25, 2012

WANTED: Help Solve the Senseless Murder of 22-yr old Dorian Holt From Bail Bondsman In Carson

A press conference was held Tuesday to request the public’s help in solving the senseless murder of 22-yr old Dorian Holt on Sunday, July 8, 2012, at 4:45AM, in the 20000 block of Pricetown Ave. in the city of Carson. He was returning home when he was shot several times and found lying in the driveway of his home. Dorian Holt’s mother, Clarinda Williams, spoke at the press conference, describing her son’s life including graduating from Cathedral Prep School and working seven days a week. Dorian’s jobs included working at Long Beach Memorial Hospital and at an after school program for children in the area. “We are a charitable family, a giving family,” she said. Sheriff Lee Baca, City of Carson Mayor Jim Dear and Sheriff’s Homicide Bureau Lieutenant Matthew Burson all spoke, including asking anyone who heard or saw anything, to contact investigators. “This is a community tragedy as much as it is a family tragedy,” said Sheriff Baca. Joining them at the press conference were Carson Mayor Pro Tem Julie Ruiz-Raber, Councilman Mike Gipson, and Councilwoman Lula Davis-Holmes and many members of Dorian’s family. Also attending were LASD Chief James Lopez, Commander Todd Rogers, Carson Captain Eddie Rivero, Homicide Sergeant William Cotter, and Detective Michael Caouette Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department. The city of Carson is offering a $25,000 reward for any information in solving this brutal murder.


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Tuesday, July 24, 2012

Man Arrested After Gun Threats in Movie Theatre From Bail Bondsman In Norwalk

A movie patron approached theatre security Sunday and said he was fearful of a moviegoer inside a showing of “The Dark Knight,” because he was shouting about a gun and Colorado. While Norwalk Sheriff’s Station deputies were called, an AMC Norwalk 20 Theatre security officer went inside the movie theatre and saw that the 52-year suspect had a backpack and was on his knees in the second row of seats. Los Angeles County Sheriff’s deputies arrived and detained the suspect. Several witnesses confirmed that the suspect had created a disturbance in the theatre at 5:15PM, at first by shouting that the movie had not yet started. Suspect Clark Tabor then allegedly held his cell phone in the air and yelled “Does anyone have a gun?” and “I should go off like in Colorado.” The witnesses said that they were afraid the suspect was going to remove a gun from his backpack and shoot them. No weapons were found during the search of the suspect, the movie theatre, and surrounding area. There were no guns found during a search of the suspect’s residence. Suspect Tabor was arrested for Making Criminal Threats, a felony (422(a) of the California Penal Code). He is being held in the Men’s Central Jail of the Los Angeles County jail system on $50,000.00 bail plus unrelated warrants. His next scheduled court date is Tuesday, July 24, 2012, at Bellflower Court. “A witness saw and heard strange activity and reported it immediately, said Captain Pat Maxwell, Norwalk Sheriff’s Station. “This is exactly the kind of help law enforcement needs to help protect the public. 'If You See Something, Say Something.’ The greatest deterrent to crime is often a phone call to law enforcement by a person who sees something that just doesn't look right.”


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Friday, July 20, 2012

BAIL BONDSMAN ACTING BADLY, BAIL AGENT CONVICTED ON DRUG POSSESSION AND FIRE ARM CHARGES

Here we have another story of a bail agent choosing the wrong side of the law. On May 14 2012 Bail Agent James Galen Tunberg, with American Family Bail Bonds in Bellflower, was convicted for the sale and possession of narcotics while being armed with a fire arm. The original arrest came to our attention back in May 2011 when one of our agents read an article in the Orange County Register. The following is the original story as written by Eugene Fields:

May 19, 2011

SANTA ANA – Police discovered drugs and a weapon in a car during an anti-cruising operation Sunday night.
Cmdr. Steve Colon said the car was stopped at 8:40 p.m. in the 1500 block of South Bristol Street. Police found 42 grams of methamphetamine and a handgun in the car.
The passenger, Jason Rutherford, 36, was found to be a parolee. Rutherford, of Santa Ana, was arrested on suspicion of possession of the drugs.
The driver, James Tunberg of Downey, was arrested on gun-related charges, Colon said.
Both men were booked into Santa Ana Jail.
The passenger Jason James Rutherford has failed to appear and is now a fugitive. 
James Tunberg was sentenced to 3 years probation and 90 days in jail.
Comments and Opinions would be appreciated Let us know what you think. Is 3 years probation and 90 days ample for these charges?

Here at All American Bail Bonds we understand that people make mistakes but when we come across a story of a bail bondsman behaving in such a flagrantly criminal manner we have to act. 
Our industry is plagued with bad actors, people who don't realize that as insurance agents we must be held to a higher standard. I myself have only been a bail agent for a short time but when I was given this opportunity for employment my employer schooled me on the importance of integrity, ethics and overall good behavior and I promised never to do anything that would have people questioning my integrity. 
The following is the court info as provided by the Orange County Court web site.





FROM ALL AMERICAN BAIL BONDS: Tips on Preventing Identity Theft

12 Identity Theft Prevention Tips from the Los Angels County Sheriffs Department and All American Bail Bonds

1. Identity theft starts with the misuse of your personal identifying information such as your name, Social Security number, credit card numbers, or other financial account information. 

2. Check your credit report from each of the three major credit bureaus every year. 

3. Open your credit card bills and bank statements right away. Review your statements and close unused accounts. Be aware if bills don’t arrive on time. It may mean that someone has changed contact information to hide fraudulent charges. 

4. Don’t carry your Social Security card or PIN numbers in your purse or wallet because of what can happen if they fall into the wrong hands. 

5. Avoid giving any personal information over the phone, mail, or Internet unless you know who you are dealing with. Give it to them in person instead. 

6. Criminals pretend they are collecting money for victims of a natural disaster. Sometimes they claim to be police officers and ask for donations. 

7. Elderly people are frequently targeted in money scams. Keep a helpful eye for elderly family members and vulnerable neighbors. 

8. Make sure that you disconnect your laptop from a broadband or a shared connection when you are not using it. 

9. Avoid offers and pop-ups that sound too good to be true. They want you to enter your information so they can access all of your personal information. 

10. Remove your name from mailing lists for pre-approved credit offers. Pre-approved credit card offers are a target for identity thieves who steal your mail. Have your name removed from credit 
bureau marketing lists. Call toll-free 888-5OPTOUT (888-567-8688). 

11. Only enter personal information on secure Web pages that encrypt your data in transit. You can often tell if a page is secure if "https" is in URL or if there is a padlock icon on the browser window. 

12. If you’re going to use a mail box, do so during or close to the posted pick up hours. Better yet, drop your mail off at your local post office. Retrieve mail promptly and discontinue delivery while out of town. 

IDENTITY THIEVES USE A VARIETY OF METHODS TO GAIN ACCESS TO YOUR INFORMATION, INCLUDING: 

1. Skimming-thieves steal credit/debit card numbers by using a special storage device attached to ATM machines. The device reads the magnetic strip on your card which thieves use to commit fraud. 

2. Phishing-by pretending to be financial institutions or companies, thieves can send spam or pop-up messages to get you to reveal your personal information. Be sure your firewall, anti-virus, and anti-spyware software is up to date. Use identity theft protection. Never click on links in pop-up windows or in spam e-mail. 

3. Changing Your Address-thieves divert your billing statements to another location by completing a change of address form. 

4. Old-Fashioned Stealing-wallets and purses, mail, bank and credit card statements, pre-approved credit offers, new checks, tax information, personnel records, or bribe employees who have access. 

5. Pretexting-thieves use false pretenses to obtain your personal information from financial institutions, telephone companies, and other sources. 

6. Fishing-thieves use string to lower pieces of cardboard covered with glue down blue mail boxes and open envelopes that stick looking for personal information they can steal. 

7. Dumpster Diving-thieves will go through your trash looking for bills, credit cards and other nformation. Shred anything containing your personal information including credit card offers and “convenience checks” that you don’t use. 

8. Information retrieval-thieves desire your hard drive with personal information on it. Have your hard drive professionally erased before disposing it. 

9. Victim research-thieves access government registers, Internet search engines, and public records to gain pieces of your personal information. 

10. Remote thievery-thieves can read contactless or smartcard credit cards remotely with a compact radio frequency device. 

11. Shoulder surfing-the thief simply eavesdrops on transactions you make in public and pick up whatever useful information you disclose. 

12. Computer identity theft-with the use of computer viruses, hacking, and zer-day attacks, thieves can get personal information from your computer. 

13. Employment scams-these scams advertise a bogus job and request personal information. Never give out personal identification information without knowing whom you are dealing with. 

14. Social networking-thieves regularly troll social networking sites to steal personal information so they can use to commit fraud. 




If you believe you have been a victim of Identity Theft you should contact your local law enforcement agency immediately.


Wednesday, July 18, 2012

Barricaded Suspect with Machete & Rifle in Palmdale, LASD SEB SWAT Lands in Copter -- Ends Peacefully From Bail Bondsman In Palmdale

On Sunday at noon, Palmdale Sheriff's Station Deputies responded to the 37500 block of 37th Street East, Palmdale, in regards to a suspect (Nemecio Magallanes, male, Hispanic, 41-years-of age) reporting that there were three people with guns attempting to kill him. After deputies arrived on scene, the suspect refused to exit the location and kept hanging up the phone on deputies when they tried to talk to him. A second person from inside the location (victim and uncle of the suspect) callled the sheriff's station, stating the suspect was holding him against his will inside the bedroom. He added that the suspect was hallucinating and threatened him with a machete. Deputies contained (surrounded) the location and attempted to talk the suspect into surrendering aand coming out with his hands up. One of the deputies could see the suspect through a window walking around inside with a rifle. Los Angeles County Sheriff's Special Enforcement Bureau (SEB) deputies (SWAT Team) were notified. While SWAT deputies were en-route, the suspect released the victim, who then stepped outside. The victim was uninjured. As Special Enforcement Bureau deputies arrived via Air Rescue 5 helicopter at a nearby field, the suspect walked out of the location while holding the machete. He cooperated with the deputies commands to drop the machets and was taken into custody. Suspect Magallanes was booked at Palmdale Sheriff's Station for Assault with a Deadly Weapon and False Imprisonment. His bail is set at $50,000. His next court date is on July 17, 2012 at Antelope Valley Municipal Court. A search warrant was issued for the location and deputies recovered a semi-automatic rifle, along with a large number of bullets.


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Tuesday, July 17, 2012

Man Arrested for Building a House in the Park From Bail Bondsman In Los Angeles

Monday morning, July 16, 2012, Sheriff's Parks Bureau deputies were patrolling in the Tujunga Ponds Wildlife Sanctuary (210 Freeway/Wentworth Street, Sunland) when they discovered three men in a small crude structure in a remote area of the Park. The Tujunga Ponds Wildlife Sanctuary is part of the area patrolled by the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Parks Bureau. It is illegal to be in a Los Angeles County Park after dark, let alone to build a structure and reside there. The structure had four bunk beds built into the walls, tables, shelves and even fire extinguishers on the walls. They also had a rock patio in front of the building with a barbeque and tables. Suspect Robert Downs, a 51 year old man, said that he has been living in the Tujunga Ponds Sanctuary for over a year. He said that the construction of the somewhat concealed small shed began gradually approximately eight months ago using materials he procured from a are home repair store. He camouflaged the entire structure down to the tire of the wheelbarrow by cutting down trees and using camouflage tarp and paint to keep from being detected by law enforcement. During their investigation, the deputies found eight Marijuana plants growing near the structure. Suspect Downs was arrested for Cultivation of Marijuana and for Removing Plants and Trees from a County Park. He was booked at the Inmate Reception Center of the Los Angeles County jail and is being held in lieu of $30,000.00 bail. Two other men, a 30 year old and a 45 year old, both residents of Sun Valley, were issued citations for Los Angeles County Code violations and released. The structure will be removed from the park during the next two weeks by personnel from the County of Los Angeles Department of Public Works. The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Departments Parks Bureau is dedicated to providing a safe and drug free environment at all Los Angeles County Parks.



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Monday, July 16, 2012

$400K Real Estate Fraud Suspect in Custody From Bail Bondsman In Torrance

On June 2008 and August 2010, Licensed Real Estate Agent, 47-year old Suspect Jong Hwan Huh (Also Known As David Huh) from the city of Torrance, allegedly defrauded seven clients out of $404,000.00 by way of various different schemes. At the time, Huh was employed by Masters Realty Group in Los Angeles. The victims were located in Lomita, Torrance, Gardena and the Los Angeles area. Although there were variations in the schemes, they all involved obtaining money from the victims for real estate purchases or leases, and misappropriation of money. The investigation also revealed that Huh frequented local casinos and used the victims’ money to gamble. On Friday, April 27, 2012, the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office filed 17 felony counts against Huh. The charges included Grand Theft, Forgery, Issuing Bad Checks and Enhancements for Aggravated White Collar Crime. A warrant was issued for Huh’s arrest. On Thursday, July 5, 2012, deputies from the Lomita Sheriff’s Station arrested Suspect Huh as he was leaving the South End Racquet and Health Club in Torrance. Huh was booked into the Lomita Sheriff’s Station jail with a bail of $404,000. He was arraigned on Monday, July 9, 2012 in Los Angeles Superior Court, case # BA396883. His next court date is scheduled for August 1, 2012.

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Thursday, July 12, 2012

Palmdale Deputies thwarted a suicide attempt after chasing a 60 year old woman throughout the city From Bail Bondsman In Palmdale

Palmdale Deputies thwarted a suicide attempt Wednesday morning after chasing a 60 year old woman throughout the city. The incident began after deputies responded to the 1000 Block of East Avenue S, around midnight, regarding a critical missing adult. The informant on the call, the missing person’s son, indicated to handling deputies that his mother, 60 year old Monika Coombs, was missing and believed to be suicidal. She had left the home that evening in her Honda CRV. The son worried that based on her previous medical history and current state of mind, she might attempt to take her life. Deputies immediately broadcasted the description of both Coombs and her vehicle to assisting units, who began canvasing the area for her vehicle. At approximately 5:30 am deputies discovered Coombs’ parked near 40th Street East and Avenue Q-12. As deputies approached the vehicle, Coombs accelerated her car and swerved toward one of the deputies in an attempt to run him over. The Deputy was able to narrowly jump out of the way of the moving vehicle to safety. Using their handheld radios, deputies notified assisting units of Coombs’ actions and last seen direction of travel. Approximately ten minutes later assisting units found Coombs’ vehicle stuck in the sand near the 38200 Block of 37th Street East. The vehicle appeared to be abandoned as deputies approached. As deputies neared the car, they saw that Coombs lying down in the front seat attempting to cut her upper arm with a kitchen knife. Deputies also saw what appeared to be a note, indicating regret for Coombs’ actions, taped to the inside of her vehicles’ window. Fearing Coombs was attempting to take her life, deputies used their flashlight to break one of the windows. At the same time, Coombs began slashing her wrist with the knife and ignored deputies’ orders to drop the knife. In order to prevent Coombs from injuring herself further, deputies administered pepper spray into the interior of the vehicle, which caused Coombs to comply with deputies orders. Coombs was transported to a local medical facility and treated for her wounds before being booked at the Palmdale Sheriff Station for Assault with a Deadly Weapon on a Peace Officer. She was subsequently transported to Twin Towers Jail Facility where she is receiving continuing treatment for her self-inflicted wounds and mental observation. Coombs is currently being held on $100,000 bail with an arraignment date of July 13th 2012. The ongoing investigation is being handled by the Palmdale Sheriff Station’s Detective Bureau.



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Deputies Arrest Parolee after Sexually Assaulting Victim From Bail Bondsman In Palmdale

Palmdale Deputies arrested a parolee Wednesday afternoon after he sexually assaulted a victim in a store parking lot. The incident occurred when Palmdale Station received a call from an informant indicating they believed a 30 year old Black Male was harassing a female in the parking lot of the Auto Zone located near the 1100 Block of east Palmdale Blvd. When deputies arrived, they were confronted by a 37 year old female victim who told them she had just been sexually assaulted by a man that approached her in the parking lot. The victim told deputies she was working on her vehicle in the lot of the store when the suspect approached her and claimed to be a mechanic. When the victim refused the suspects’ offer to help, the suspect became angry and pinned her against the vehicle and began sexually assaulting her. The victim attempted to resist the suspect, but was over powered while she pled for help. The assault continued until suddenly the suspect was interrupted by a store employee who was walking through the parking lot. Seeing the store employee walking in the parking lot she asked for help, and told them she had just been assaulted by the suspect who was walking away. The employee jumped in their personal vehicle and began following the suspect while communicating with other store employees. The store employee followed the suspect towards the Courson Park area, near 11th Street East and Avenue Q12, where he lost sight of him. This information was broadcast to responding units who used the detailed description of the suspect to locate 41 year old Corey Green, walking northbound 10th Street East from the Courson Park area. Deputies detained Green, who was later positively identified as the suspect that assaulted the victim in the parking lot. The victim was transported to a local medical facility for treatment of her injuries sustained during the attack and is currently working with investigators on the incident. Green was transported to Palmdale Sheriff Station where he is being held on charges of Attempted Rape, Penetration with a Foreign Object, and Sexual Battery. It was later discovered Green is also on active parole with an ankle monitor for sexual assault and is currently a registered sex offender. He is being held without bail due to his parole status and is scheduled for arraignment on July 13th 2012.


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Monday, July 9, 2012

658 DUI Arrests by 100 police agencies in LA County this week so far. More to come. AVOID the 100, Drive Sober From Bail Bondsman In L.A

INDEPENDENCE DAY HOLIDAY AVOID THE 100 DUI CAMPAIGN - UPDATE 2 DUI ARRESTS NEARING 700 AFTER THE SMOKE CLEARS Independence Day holiday Anti-DUI crackdown has resulted in several DUI arrests from local routine traffic enforcement and special Avoid the 100 DUI deployments in Los Angeles County this week. From 12:01 AM Friday, June 29, 2012 through Midnight Wednesday July 4, 2012 officers representing 100 county law enforcement agencies have arrested 658 individuals for driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs. In 2011, in the four days leading up to the holiday, there were 836 DUI arrests. The 2011 campaign cannot be compared to this year as the 4th fell midweek this year resulting in enforcement being heightened on both the weekend before and after. DUI arrest data collection will continue through midnight Saturday, July 7, 2012. Law enforcement officials are continuing DUI efforts throughout the county and region. Additionally, CHP Areas throughout the state have all available officers patrolling freeways and county roads throughout the weekend.

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Friday, July 6, 2012

Palmdale Detectives Seek Public’s Help in Identifying Forgery Suspects From Bail Bondsman In Palmdale

Palmdale Sheriff’s Station is seeking the public’s help in identifying two forgery suspects operating in the Antelope Valley area. The two suspects are using fraudulent checks to obtain merchandise and cash from major retailers in the Palmdale area. Detectives have been able to link the suspects to multiple incidents. Station Detectives are seeking the public’s help in identifying the suspects. Both suspects are described as 20 to 30 year old Black Males. One suspect is described as being 5’06” to 5’10” and weighing approximately 160 to 180 pounds. The second suspect is described as being 6’00” to 6’04” and weighing approximately 170 to 200 pounds.




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Palmdale Station Confiscates over 300 pounds of Illegal Fireworks over the Fourth of July From Bail Bondsman In Palmdale

The City of Palmdale funded three teams and command post personnel to target illegal fireworks within the city. This included four deputies assigned to the county summer suppression team, which enforced the use of any fireworks in the county area. This team consisted of one lieutenant, three sergeants and twenty seven deputies, in addition to the Palmdale Station’s normal staffing for patrol related calls for service. The City of Palmdale also placed three, City of Palmdale Code Enforcement Officers with each team. The teams responded to 83 calls of illegal fireworks use throughout the night. Together they seized more than 300 pounds of illegal fireworks, and wrote twenty four administrative citations.

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Thursday, July 5, 2012

6500 lbs illegal fireworks, gun, cash seized from Compton home. 26,500 lbs fireworks seized by LASD this week From Bail Bondsman In Compton

Deputies from the Compton Sheriff's Station Special Assignment Team received information that illegal and highly dangerous fireworks were being stored and sold from a home in a heavily populated residential area in the City of Compton. Additional information was gathered by deputies which made it possible to obtain a search warrant for the duplex home on the 1100 block of East Pine Street, Compton. On Tuesday, July 3, 2012, at about 8:30AM, Los Angeles County Sheriff's deputies executed the search warrant at the home. Deputies found a large amount of illegal and highly dangerous fireworks inside the detached garage of the home. The entire garage had been converted into a fireworks stand and opened for business. Inside the garage were several closed and unsealed boxes of illegal fireworks. The fireworks recovered consisted of skyrockets, mortars, pyrotechnics, and explosives. Deputies also recovered, inside the home, a reported stolen firearm and approximately $30,000 in U.S. currency. The weight of the fireworks was estimated at about 6,500 pounds and a street value of over $15,000.00. "Storing large amounts of fireworks in a residential area is extremely dangerous," said Captain Diane Walker, LASD Compton Sheriff's Station. "One spark could have ignited thousands of pounds of gunpowder-filled dangerous fireworks. This could have been devastating and deadly for a neighborhood of innocent people." Six women and two men were detained. The two men were arrested. One suspect was arrested for several offenses including possession of an explosive device and selling fireworks without a proper permit. The other suspect was arrested for receiving stolen property, a stolen firearm. Los Angeles County Sheriff's Arson / Explosives investigators and Los Angeles County Fire Department firefighters were immediately notified of the fireworks seizure. Los Angeles County Fire Department firefighters took possession of the illegal fireworks and properly disposed of them. Both suspects were transported to and booked at the LASD Century Regional Detention Facility. The criminal case against both suspects will be submitted to the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office for filing consideration. The six females who were detained at the house were later released after determining they had no criminal involvement. This was the fourth major seizure of illegal dangerous fireworks by the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department this week. A total of 26,500 pounds of dangerous illegal fireworks have been recovered by the LASD this past week.

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Monday, July 2, 2012

2 Suspected Female Lookouts Arrested at Carson Home Burglary + 2 Males Arrested After They Ran From Bail Bondsman In Carson

On Wednesday, June 27, 2012, at 11:17 a.m., Carson Sheriff's Station deputies responded to a burglary in progress call in the 1400 block of Bach Street in the City of Carson. Responding deputies quickly contained the location and detained two females who may have been involved. During the investigation, it was determined the two females were suspected of acting as lookouts for male suspects who were allegedly in the process of burglarizing the home. The male suspects fled the location as deputies arrived. Stolen property and burglary tools were located in the backyards of several adjacent homes. Assisting sheriff's deputies were directed to the area where it was believed the male suspects fled. The male suspects were eventually detained several blocks from where the burglary occurred. Suspects Jackneshia Paxton (FB/25, resident of Los Angeles), Robert Benson (MB/22, resident of Los Angeles), Jameella Fletcher (FB/29, resident of Long Beach), and Calvin Sims Jr. (MB/18, resident of Watts), were arrested for residential burglary and booked at Carson Sheriff's Station, Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department. The investigation is ongoing.

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Palmdale Detectives need help identifying two Robbery Suspects that held up a convenience store Thursday afternoon From Bail Bondsman In Palmdale

The two suspects entered the convenience store near the 400 Block of East Palmdale Blvd, Thursday just before noon and began selecting items in the store. The two placed their items on the counter and while the clerk began ringing up the items one suspect removed a black revolver from his pocket and ordered the clerk onto the ground. While the suspect continued to point the firearm at the clerk, the other suspect rounded the counter and began removing the cash from the register drawer. After emptying the cash register, the two ran out of the store, through the front door and into the surrounding neighborhood. Both suspects are described as 18 to 20 year old Black Males. Both suspects are approximately 5’08” to 5’10” and weigh 160 to 180 pounds.



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102 Felony Counts Alleging $1.8M Grand Theft & ID Theft by Real Estate Broker & Agent in Two Counties From Bail Bondsman In Long Beach

Suspect John Wesley Martynec, 38, of Long Beach, is a licensed real estate broker. Suspect Elek Andrade, 27, of Downey, is a licensed real estate salesperson. In a case investigated by the Commercial Crimes Bureau of the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department, on June 27, 2012, the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office charged Martynec and Andrade with 102 felony counts of Grand Theft and Identity Theft each. The charges were in connection with a complex and sophisticated fraud scheme resulting in the theft of nearly $1.8 million from their employer. The Los Angeles County Superior Court case number is BA399168. JTR Real Estate in Norwalk was in the business of purchasing residential real estate properties, fixing them up, and reselling them for profit. This is a practice commonly known as “flipping.” Results Mortgage, also located in Norwalk, was formed to provide financing for the properties owned by JTR Real Estate. Between November, 2003, and July, 2008, Martynec and Andrade were employed by JTR Real Estate and Results Mortgage. While employed there, it is alleged that Martynec and Andrade committed theft in the following ways: * JTR Real Estate purchased residential properties which were often occupied by renters. In order to avoid a lengthy eviction process, the company would offer cash pay outs to renters as incentive to move out voluntarily. It is alleged that Martynec and Andrade submitted false “move out” invoices to the company, claiming that cash pay outs were offered to renters, when in fact they were not. The identities of actual persons were stolen and placed on the fraudulent “move out” invoices. The suspects then diverted the money to themselves. * It is alleged that Martynec and Andrade submitted false invoices to their employer for contractor costs associated with the rehabilitation of properties, when in fact the work was never done, and then diverted the funds to themselves. * It is alleged that Martynec embezzled funds by creating false entries in financial ledgers and diverting funds to a company he controlled named JWM Enterprises. Defrauded properties were from throughout Los Angeles County and Orange County, including Anaheim, Compton, Covina, Downey, El Monte, Inglewood, Long Beach, Los Angeles, Montebello, Placentia, Pomona, Rosemead, South Gate, Temple City, West Covina and Whittier. Investigators determined the defrauded monies were used by Suspect Martynec to remodel his Long Beach home with a second floor addition, a pool, and outdoor BBQ area, as well as lavish vacations including $3,000.00 per night hotel suites in Maui. Large sums were also used to commit millions of dollars of mortgage fraud. On June 27, 2012, Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Deputies arrested Martynec at his home in Long Beach, and arrested Andrade at his home in Downey. Both are being held on $1,789,949 bail.

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