#1 Jan 18, 2013
LOL DBS just said his girlfriend is a cop!!!!!!!
#2 Jan 18, 2013
A career in Law enforcement doesn't necessarily mean they are a cop.
#3 Jan 18, 2013
So, you are fat because you steal all of her donuts???? LOL
Does she cuff you when you eat them? lol
Oink Oink LOL
#4 Jan 18, 2013
With polls like these, it's no wonder John Colby posts on the Sentinel lamenting his lack of success getting what he wants from SCPD.
#5 Jan 18, 2013
Well what do you know, it is endless bummer, DBS's girlfriend.
How are you doing tonight, sweetie?
Aren't you tired of driving that VW DBS bought you when he drives a Porsche?
Go out with me and I will buy you a much better car than a VW!!!!!!!
#6 Jan 18, 2013
Oh, and by the way, big, sexy, lady cops like you REALLY turn me on!!!!!!!
#7 Jan 19, 2013
But isn't ColbyLOSER blithering on Indycrap that the DA is a member of Law Enforcement?
And then there's the Sheriff's Dept. and the Probation Dept.
But the ColbyLOONs are sure she's a cop.
Just like the Trustfund I haven't got.
#8 Jan 19, 2013
So, you are saying that Bob Lee is your girlfriend?????
#9 Jan 19, 2013
LOL DBS lies and denies...it's his pattern in life!!!!
#12 Feb 22, 2013
"During the 1989 [Loma Prieta] earthquake it took me three hours to get to town from my home in San Jose,” says Clark. "Then I was here for nine days without returning [home]."
#13 Jul 3, 2013
Posted: Thursday, June 13, 2013 9:53 am | Updated: 9:32 pm, Mon Jun 17, 2013.
Sunny Fawcett sits on a bench outside the doors to Monterey County Superior Court Judge Albert Maldonado’s courtroom, sandwiched between a friend and her pastor.“Should we pray?” one of them asks.“Let’s pray.”
They clutch hands, bow their heads and the prayer Fawcett offers is this: Please God, let me get moved to another courtroom with a different judge.
By a rough count of the docket sheets Fawcett pulls out of a tote bag, this is about the eighth time since November she has spent hours waiting at the Salinas courthouse. On this day, June 10, she would wait nearly nine hours as Maldonado decides what to do with her, to figure out whether her case could be set for jury trial this week, or put off. Maldonado could easily pass it to another judge or rule on it himself, but chooses to delay, and Fawcett must travel to Salinas regularly to wait.
Just after midnight last Nov. 19, Fawcett was pulled over for driving her Dodge minivan too slowly down Garden Road. But what should have been a simple catch-and-release traffic violation morphed into a criminal case when Fawcett was cited for a misdemeanor count of delaying a police officer.(That’s what I said: Who knew that one even existed?)
The slow driving wasn’t the delay. What happened next was.
Fawcett, a 62-year-old Monterey County resident, pulled over but refused to turn off her car’s engine or open the driver’s side window more than about 2 inches. She asked John Olney, the officer who pulled her over, a lot of questions, along the lines of “What was I doing wrong?” and “Why are you stopping me?”
She also didn’t have her actual physical driver’s license – although she had a receipt proving she had just paid to get it renewed – and she took a while getting that, her vehicle registration and proof of insurance out and handing it to Olney through the small opening.
To Olney’s credit, he was pretty patient with Fawcett – a dashcam video of the 20-minute-plus exchange bears that out. When she asked him to call Monterey Police Chief Phil Penko to the scene, the officer explained the chief was probably home and asleep.“The best I can do is two sergeants,” he told her, after his supervisor and the supervisor’s partner arrived.
“I’ve been doing this for eight years,” Fawcett tells him,“and this is highly irregular.”
“I’ve been doing this for 17 years and you’re the first one that’s ever done this,” Olney responds,“so this is highly irregular.”
“I tried to raise my daughters to take care of themselves and they help me as they can,” she says, then pauses and adds,“Things are rough for everyone.”
When Olney pulled her over that night, the road was dark and there was little traffic, as evidenced by the video. Fawcett was scared – any woman pulled over late at night in an unpopulated area is scared.
Penko says he spent time speaking with Fawcett, including a recent lunch at a local Denny’s, to discuss the case. He says she’s had a number of driving-related encounters with his officers, many of which have gone undocumented. Olney “could have handcuffed and arrested her,” he says.
Did she delay Olney? Maybe. She asked a lot of questions and took her time providing her documents. She had been pulled over last year and given a warning for a busted headlight. But there’s no evidence any urgent calls came in during the time Olney had her stopped.
Now Fawcett faces a trial. She’s asked for a jury, which is her right. If she’s convicted, the fine is a few hundred dollars she doesn’t have and a jail sentence she won’t serve because of overcrowding.
I watched the deputy public defender assigned to her case as he tried to explain to her why, when you’re driving, you have no inherent right to privacy, and why, if an officer asks to see your license, you’re required to show it.
#14 Jul 3, 2013
I think ColbyLoon's time could be much better spent packing than posting.
Maybe IndyCrap could donate the $22 they collected last month to help relocate John? No, they are more interested in saving the Marbled Murrelet than whining John Colby. And rightly so!
#15 Jul 3, 2013
And ColbyLOON left out the fact that my GF is NOT a Police Officer. I never said she was.
I stated the fact that she was a member of the Law enforcement community.
Probation Department Employees Carry a Badge.
But I never said what County.
Fail again John.
#16 Jul 3, 2013
ColbyLoon's girlfriend is the fur-lined sock puppet he named Cindy. She replaced Naomi after he wore her out!
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