There you go again

Williams, CA

#169 Mar 22, 2012
More NON beaners in the news:

One grazed by bullet, two arrested in gunfire in Red Bluff
By ANDREA WAGNER- Red Bluff Daily Newschicoer.com
Posted: 03/22/2012 12:53:41 AM PDT

RED BLUFF — A shooting between convicted felons led to two arrests after officers sorted out the incident Tuesday evening on Lakeside Drive.
Multiple 9-1-1 calls came in around 6 p.m. about shots fired into a residence near Sunrise Drive from a pickup.

Initially, witnesses said a man was shot in the stomach by a handgun and left the area before law enforcement arrived, the release said.

After searching the area and talking to witnesses for more than an hour, Tehama County sheriff's deputies found the alleged gunman — David Michael Sigur, 56, of Sacramento — at about 7 p.m. hiding in the bathroom of a nearby apartment.

Inside the apartment, deputies found the loaded handgun reportedly used in the assault and determined it was a stolen gun, according to a press release. They also found a "substantial" amount of methamphetamine, scales to weigh the drugs and packaging materials.

The victim, identified as Robert Anthony Nyholt, 34, fled before law enforcement arrived.

Following witness tips, Nyholt was later found in Los Molinos and arrested on an outstanding felony warrant from Siskiyou County, said Sheriff's Sgt. Rod Daugherty.

He had a "grazing" wound on the right side of his head where a bullet clipped him. He was uncooperative with deputies, Daugherty said.

Nyholt was booked into Tehama County Jail on warrants for possession of a controlled substance, two counts of possession of drug paraphernalia, driving on a suspended license, violation of probation and battery on a person. Bail was set at $22,000.
Sigur was charged with possession and sales of a controlled substance, possession of stolen property, being a felon in possession of a firearm and ammunition, discharge of a gun in an unsafe manner and possession of body armor. He is being held in lieu of $130,000 bail.
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Williams, CA

#170 Mar 22, 2012
yet another:

Yankee Hill man pleads not guilty Wednesday to killing roommate
Staff Reportschicoer.com
Posted: 03/22/2012 12:53:17 AM PDT

OROVILLE — A Yankee Hill man pleaded not guilty Wednesday to charges he shot and killed his roommate.
John Lawrence Halsema, 64, entered the plea in Butte County Superior Court, according to his attorney Robert Radcliffe.

An April 18 preliminary hearing has been set to determine if there is sufficient evidence to hold Halsema for trial on a count of murder with the special allegations he used a firearm during the act.

The prosecution alleges Halsema shot his friend and roommate Craig Stephen Davies at his Nelson Bar Road residence on or about Jan. 30.

The incident allegedly took place during a dispute about Halsema's dog.

The Butte County Sheriff's Office arrested Halsema on Feb. 8, after he reportedly called deputies and reported Davies' death.

Halsema remains in custody.

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Williams, CA

#171 Mar 22, 2012
It is funny how When the news is chalk full of white people and their "criminal culture', as it usually is, there is not a peep from Angry American.

But god forbid somone with a hispanic name commits a crime, then he is all over here whinning like a little girl about how criminal hispanic culture is and how they are all crooks and losers, etc.

Angry American, I have got a question for you? Why are you so fricken stupid?
Angry American

Chico, CA

#173 Mar 22, 2012
Oh ... here's one you forgot to mention

OROVILLE — The defense rested its case today in the trial of a Chico man charged with a fatal shooting in January 2011.

Witnesses for defendant Antonio Montes Linares included firearm expert Bruce Gray, who testified he was confident an object shown in a photo taken of the alleged crime scene was a gun.

The photo showed the fireplace in the Klondike Court apartment where the prosecution alleges Linares shot and killed 21-year-old Jose Barajas Sanchez on Jan. 27, 2011. Police found Sanchez's burned body underneath a Crouch Avenue bridge, west of Chico on Feb. 3, 2011.

Linares, 20, is charged in Butte County Superior Court with a count of murder.

The photo was taken during a March 7, 2011, property inspection after tenant Brandy Ramsey vacated the residence.

Ramsey is the mother of co-defendant Timothy Nunez, who was present during the shooting. Nunez pleaded no contest to knowingly being an accessory after the fact and was sentenced to three years in state prison.

Under questioning from defense attorney Geoff Dulebohn, Gray said he compared the photo to photos of firearms and said it most closely matched a Ruger .22-caliber pistol.

There were some differences between the black object and his selected model, which was silver-colored and had wooden grips. Gray said the gun may have become discolored in the fire and the grips may have burned away or melted, if they were replaced with plastic ones. Also, slight variations may result in a different gun
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model that he didn't have information on.

Gray also reviewed photos of bullets and cartridge casings recovered in the case. He noted it would be possible to match the casings to a weapon, if one had been recovered.

No weapon has been recovered in the case. The whereabouts of the gun in the fireplace are unknown.

Gray also said the bullets appeared to be of several different brands. He said it appeared they had been loaded randomly.

On Monday, senior criminalist Brandy Spas from the state Department of Justice testified it appeared the cartridge casings had been fired from the same gun, but the bullets were too damaged to make a similar determination.

Under cross-examination from supervising deputy district attorney Mark Murphy, Gray confirmed the difficulty in hitting a moving target, even for trained police officers. He also said a two-handed grip is often needed when firing a handgun for accuracy and reliable operation.

Monday one of Ramsey's daughters testified she was playing outside the apartment when she saw Linares use both hands to fire a gun at Sanchez.

Dulebohn put several investigators back on the stand to testify about the investigation and how Klondike Court became a focus of the case.

Dulebohn questioned Chico police detective Paul Ratto about if he believed the shooting was gang-related. Ratto had previously testified that he believed Linares, Nunez and Sanchez were gang members and that a gang member might face violent repercussions if he shot a fellow member.

On Wednesday, Ratto denied saying he believed the death was gang-motivated. He said his theory about the incident had two parts. Dulebohn declined to ask further.

Dulebohn also asked about graffiti found under the Crouch Avenue bridge, including several letters and dots. Ratto said he didn't know if the dots could be associated with a specific gang because he hadn't seen them arranged in that way before.

Thursday morning, the prosecution is expected to present several witnesses to rebut the defense's case.
Angry American

Chico, CA

#174 Mar 22, 2012
Criminal check - just one name in California.

We found 1800 results for "Jose Valdez" in CA

“Facts”

Since: May 08

Mexico

#175 Mar 22, 2012
Angry American wrote:
Oh ... here's one you forgot to mention
OROVILLE — The defense rested its case today in the trial of a Chico man charged with a fatal shooting in January 2011.
Witnesses for defendant Antonio Montes Linares included firearm expert Bruce Gray, who testified he was confident an object shown in a photo taken of the alleged crime scene was a gun.
The photo showed the fireplace in the Klondike Court apartment where the prosecution alleges Linares shot and killed 21-year-old Jose Barajas Sanchez on Jan. 27, 2011. Police found Sanchez's burned body underneath a Crouch Avenue bridge, west of Chico on Feb. 3, 2011.
Linares, 20, is charged in Butte County Superior Court with a count of murder.
The photo was taken during a March 7, 2011, property inspection after tenant Brandy Ramsey vacated the residence.
Ramsey is the mother of co-defendant Timothy Nunez, who was present during the shooting. Nunez pleaded no contest to knowingly being an accessory after the fact and was sentenced to three years in state prison.
Under questioning from defense attorney Geoff Dulebohn, Gray said he compared the photo to photos of firearms and said it most closely matched a Ruger .22-caliber pistol.
There were some differences between the black object and his selected model, which was silver-colored and had wooden grips. Gray said the gun may have become discolored in the fire and the grips may have burned away or melted, if they were replaced with plastic ones. Also, slight variations may result in a different gun
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model that he didn't have information on.
Gray also reviewed photos of bullets and cartridge casings recovered in the case. He noted it would be possible to match the casings to a weapon, if one had been recovered.
No weapon has been recovered in the case. The whereabouts of the gun in the fireplace are unknown.
Gray also said the bullets appeared to be of several different brands. He said it appeared they had been loaded randomly.
On Monday, senior criminalist Brandy Spas from the state Department of Justice testified it appeared the cartridge casings had been fired from the same gun, but the bullets were too damaged to make a similar determination.
Under cross-examination from supervising deputy district attorney Mark Murphy, Gray confirmed the difficulty in hitting a moving target, even for trained police officers. He also said a two-handed grip is often needed when firing a handgun for accuracy and reliable operation.
Monday one of Ramsey's daughters testified she was playing outside the apartment when she saw Linares use both hands to fire a gun at Sanchez.
Dulebohn put several investigators back on the stand to testify about the investigation and how Klondike Court became a focus of the case.
Dulebohn questioned Chico police detective Paul Ratto about if he believed the shooting was gang-related. Ratto had previously testified that he believed Linares, Nunez and Sanchez were gang members and that a gang member might face violent repercussions if he shot a fellow member.
On Wednesday, Ratto denied saying he believed the death was gang-motivated. He said his theory about the incident had two parts. Dulebohn declined to ask further.
Dulebohn also asked about graffiti found under the Crouch Avenue bridge, including several letters and dots. Ratto said he didn't know if the dots could be associated with a specific gang because he hadn't seen them arranged in that way before.
Thursday morning, the prosecution is expected to present several witnesses to rebut the defense's case.
Have you noticed that the moron still is denying the fact that 350 detention centers that are full of criminal invaders are not counted as being in jail so his prison population numbers are wrong.....

He also refuses to look at the millions of criminal invaders that are deported.........

But the moron also said that bilingual ed is illegal in California even as there are over 400 ESL programs alive and well.......
There you go again

Williams, CA

#176 Mar 22, 2012
Here Is One wrote:
<quoted text>
Have you noticed that the moron still is denying the fact that 350 detention centers that are full of criminal invaders are not counted as being in jail so his prison population numbers are wrong.....
He also refuses to look at the millions of criminal invaders that are deported.........
But the moron also said that bilingual ed is illegal in California even as there are over 400 ESL programs alive and well.......
Why do you always get everything wrong?

I am not now denying that, nor have I ever denied it you fricken moron.

What I am saying is that if you are going to include those misdemeanors and infractions in the discussions then to be accurate you would have to include all misdemeanors and infractions in the number you are coparing it to.

That is just common sense you moron.

But you don't like that because it makes the percentage even lower.
Angry American

Chico, CA

#178 Mar 22, 2012
Police are looking into how students were able to covertly have sex in a counselor's office at Salinas High School, as Gilbert Olivares denied charges on Wednesday he videotaped them in the act.

A once-popular drug and alcohol counselor, Olivares, 34, is charged with possessing and manufacturing child pornography and is accused of molesting two boys, ages 14 and 16.

At his arraignment in a Monterey County court, Olivares entered not guilty pleas on all 19 counts.

Olivares' attorney, Andrew Liu, said he has just started to review about 70 police reports related to the charges.

Another Beaner

“Facts”

Since: May 08

Mexico

#179 Mar 22, 2012
Angry American wrote:
Police are looking into how students were able to covertly have sex in a counselor's office at Salinas High School, as Gilbert Olivares denied charges on Wednesday he videotaped them in the act.
A once-popular drug and alcohol counselor, Olivares, 34, is charged with possessing and manufacturing child pornography and is accused of molesting two boys, ages 14 and 16.
At his arraignment in a Monterey County court, Olivares entered not guilty pleas on all 19 counts.
Olivares' attorney, Andrew Liu, said he has just started to review about 70 police reports related to the charges.
Another Beaner
And the moron still will not acknowledge the wet backs in detention centers for crimes committed in the USA...

Bottom line is that when you add up the number of crimes committed by criminal invaders it far out paces the crimes committed by whites....

One of the presidential candidates here is talking about jail sentence for all returning criminal invaders to Mexico......

Mexico will jail them but liberals don't want them in jail.........LOL
Quackers

Cottonwood, CA

#180 Mar 22, 2012
There you go again wrote:
Another couple of white guys involved in yet another crime:
Early morning chase on Chico's Hwy. 99 exceeds 100 mph, arrest made
Staff Reportschicoer.com
Posted: 03/21/2012 10:46:17 AM PDT
CHICO — An early morning high-speed car chase that began on Posada Way off Joshua Tree Road about 2:30 a.m. today, ended about 6:15 a.m. on Wilson Landing Road with the arrest of one man.
A second man, believed to be the driver, remains at large.
Chico police officers responded to reports of two men in a white Mitsubishi acting suspiciously near Posada and Joshua Tree Road.
Officers located the car in the area, but the driver refused to pull over, and eventually got onto northbound Highway 99.
As the suspect vehicle reached speeds of 100 mph, police backed off for public safety reasons.
The vehicle, determined to be stolen in Redding, was found abandoned on Wilson Landing Road, west of Highway 99.
Chico police officer Justin Adrian remained on patrol in the area, and nearly four hours later, at 6:15 a.m., located a man covered in mud, walking near Leora Court and The Esplanade.
Police said the man, identified as Joseph Stephens, 26, of Chico, matched witness descriptions of a man seen on Posada Way, and was arrested and taken in for questioning.
GOd! What is it with white people!
Even the car was White !
Angry American

Chico, CA

#181 Mar 22, 2012
Quackers wrote:
<quoted text>
Even the car was White !
I guess there were no SUV's available.
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Williams, CA

#182 Mar 22, 2012
Here Is One wrote:
<quoted text>
And the moron still will not acknowledge the wet backs in detention centers for crimes committed in the USA...
Why do you always get everything wrong?

I am not now denying that, nor have I ever denied it you fricken moron.

What I am saying is that if you are going to include those misdemeanors and infractions in the discussions then to be accurate you would have to include all misdemeanors and infractions in the number you are coparing it to.

That is just common sense you moron.

But you don't like that because it makes the percentage even lower.
Here Is One wrote:
<quoted text>
Bottom line is that when you add up the number of crimes committed by criminal invaders it far out paces the crimes committed by whites....
That is an absolute lie. NOT EVEN CLOSE.

you are entitled to your own opinion little man but you are NOT entitled to your own facts.

“Facts”

Since: May 08

Mexico

#183 Mar 22, 2012
Angry American wrote:
Oh ... here's one you forgot to mention
OROVILLE — The defense rested its case today in the trial of a Chico man charged with a fatal shooting in January 2011.
Witnesses for defendant Antonio Montes Linares included firearm expert Bruce Gray, who testified he was confident an object shown in a photo taken of the alleged crime scene was a gun.
The photo showed the fireplace in the Klondike Court apartment where the prosecution alleges Linares shot and killed 21-year-old Jose Barajas Sanchez on Jan. 27, 2011. Police found Sanchez's burned body underneath a Crouch Avenue bridge, west of Chico on Feb. 3, 2011.
Linares, 20, is charged in Butte County Superior Court with a count of murder.
The photo was taken during a March 7, 2011, property inspection after tenant Brandy Ramsey vacated the residence.
Ramsey is the mother of co-defendant Timothy Nunez, who was present during the shooting. Nunez pleaded no contest to knowingly being an accessory after the fact and was sentenced to three years in state prison.
Under questioning from defense attorney Geoff Dulebohn, Gray said he compared the photo to photos of firearms and said it most closely matched a Ruger .22-caliber pistol.
There were some differences between the black object and his selected model, which was silver-colored and had wooden grips. Gray said the gun may have become discolored in the fire and the grips may have burned away or melted, if they were replaced with plastic ones. Also, slight variations may result in a different gun
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model that he didn't have information on.
Gray also reviewed photos of bullets and cartridge casings recovered in the case. He noted it would be possible to match the casings to a weapon, if one had been recovered.
No weapon has been recovered in the case. The whereabouts of the gun in the fireplace are unknown.
Gray also said the bullets appeared to be of several different brands. He said it appeared they had been loaded randomly.
On Monday, senior criminalist Brandy Spas from the state Department of Justice testified it appeared
Here is some information you might like.......

The major offenses for which illegal aliens were convicted in federal court in 1995 were unlawfully entering the United States (47 percent of the total), drug trafficking (27 percent), other immigration offenses (11 percent) and fraud (5 percent).
Illegal aliens sentenced in federal courts were more likely than legal aliens or U.S. citizens to have at least one prior conviction resulting in a sentence of at least 60 days.

SCAAP
The most common offenses for which illegal aliens were convicted were drug offenses in all states except Florida. For states distinguishing among types of drug offenses, drug trafficking was more common than drug possession, except in Texas.

USSC
The number of illegal aliens sentenced in federal courts increased by 167 percent , compared with 13 percent for citizens. The number of legal aliens declined by 18 percent over this period.
The share of defendants in federal courts who were illegal aliens rose from 4 percent to 11 percent while the share who were legal aliens declined from 12 percent to 9 percent.
The number of illegal aliens sentenced increased for 89 of the 94 federal district courts, for all major offense categories, and for all major country of citizenship groups.
The increase in the number of illegal aliens appears to be partially attributable to improved border enforcement on the Southwest border—where increases were largest; growth in the resident illegal alien population; and improved identification of illegal aliens in the USSC data and by law enforcement officials.
The sharp increase in the number of illegal aliens sentenced is responsible for more than half of the overall increase in the number of defendants sentenced in federal courts and 44 percent in the growth in costs of federal post-sentencing incarceration and supervision.
www.urban.org/publications/410366.html
Angry American

Chico, CA

#184 Mar 22, 2012
Two Norteño gang members from Salinas were sentenced to 50-year prison sentences for opening fire on four young men in another car in 2008, prosecutors said.

Alberto Lopez, 24, and Steven Perez, 23, both of Salinas, had pleaded to four counts of attempted murder with a firearm for the benefit of a street gang.

They were sentenced Tuesday by Monterey County Superior Court Judge Adrienne Grover.

They were arrested a few blocks from the March 8, 2008, crime scene near Williams and Bardin roads. Authorities said they pulled their car beside a Honda sedan and fired multiple shots that wounded three of the four men in the Honda.

The Honda driver ran off the road, struck a pedestrian and crashed. No one was killed in the eruption of violence.

The two defendants ditched their car a few blocks away and ran several yards. Police and sheriff's deputies captured them hiding in a backyard.

Fucking Beaners!
Quackers

Chico, CA

#185 Mar 23, 2012
CHICO — Working with investiga­tors from the Butte County District Attorney’s Office, the Contractor’s State License Board operated a sting in Chico last week that resulted in 11 people being cited for contracting without a license.

Anyone bidding on work exceeding $500 must be licensed, said District Attorney Mike Ramsey. State investiga­tors checked local bulletin boards, some free newspapers and craigslist for people advertising to do contracting work, Ram­sey said, then invited them to a home on Humboldt Avenue to bid on various repairs and improvements.

The undercover operation was one of six being carried out simultaneously in sections of Southern, Central and North­ern California. Other counties targeted included Riverside, Los Angeles, San Luis Obispo, Fresno, Tulare and San Mateo.

A similar action last year in Oroville resulted in 19 citations.
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Williams, CA

#186 Mar 23, 2012
Kidnap survivor Midsi Sanchez of Vallejo a hero to family of missing teen
By Julia Prodis Sulek/MediaNews Grouptimesheraldonline.com
Posted: 03/23/2012 01:01:47 AM PDT

Midsi Sanchez, 19, is a kidnap survivor.

In August 2000, when she was 8, she was abducted by Curtis Dean Anderson on her way home from school in Vallejo. Anderson was the same deviant who kidnapped and killed 7-year-old Xiana Fairchild, also of Vallejo.

Another beaner huh?

OH wait a minute, the hispanic was the victim not the perp
CrashDummy

Chico, CA

#187 Mar 23, 2012
The 2010 United States Census reported that Butte County had a population of 220,000. The racial makeup of Butte County was 180,096 (81.9%) White, 3,415 (1.6%) African American, 4,395 (2.0%) Native American, 9,057 (4.1%) Asian, 452 (0.2%) Pacific Islander, 12,141 (5.5%) from other races, and 10,444 (4.7%) from two or more races. Hispanic or Latino of any race were 31,116 persons (14.1%)
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Paradise, CA

#188 Mar 23, 2012
Hey imagine that.

It seems about 14% of the population of Butte County is hispanic and about 14% of the crimes are committed by hispanics.

Just like in California,%38 percent of the state population is hispanic and about 38% of the prison population is hispanic (i have provided the third party valid sources for those numbers over and over and will again if you insist).

Don't you see morons? Hispanics are NOT AT ALL over-represented when it comes to crime.

THAT IS SIMPLY A FACT.
CrashDummy

Paradise, CA

#189 Mar 24, 2012
what is your point wrote:
Or this:
"Wheeling and stealing: Police say one man suspected in dozens of burglaries; cost of stolen bikes conservatively set at $125,000
By GREG WELTER - Staff Writerchicoer.com
Posted: 02/24/2012 01:08:07 AM PST
Click photo to enlargeOn Wednesday, Chico Police Detective Andrei Carlisle stands beside stolen bicycles that were...«1» CHICO — Police arrested a Chico man Feb. 19, following an attempted burglary, who was identified Wednesday as the lone suspect in dozens of other thefts targeting high-end bicycles and bicycle components.
Officials conservatively estimated the value of the items stolen at $125,000, and said it is possibly the largest property crime ever investigated in Chico.
The bicycles, some selling for more than $8,000, came from several burglaries around the north state, but mostly in Chico, said police.
Five expensive bicycles were found inside a vehicle owned by Michael Keith Eosefow, 28, following his arrest for attempted burglary at a residence on Chico Canyon Road."
NOT HISPANIC.
A Bicycle fetish perhaps.
Get your facts straight

Moreno Valley, CA

#190 Mar 24, 2012
Aaron is my wife's cousin. In no way, shape or form does anyone in his family condone or even justify what he's done. It is totally and completely reprehensible. That said, Aaron is anything but a beaner. He was born and raised in southern California in a very solid family. He recently lost his job and was on his way to stay with his mother in Washington state while he got his life back on track. Get your facts straight before you judge.
Angry American wrote:
<quoted text>Where do these beaners get the money to purchase these large vehicles? Where do they get the money for the fuel? So much more buying power when you dont buy insurance, registration and drivers license let alone pay taxes when receiving state subsidies?

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