#82 Feb 26, 2013
Hunley, with all due respect officer Avila never knocked up the dispatcher. They started seeing each other when she was an explorer and he left his wife to begin a new life with this girl. They are now married and have no kids in common. When the news came out that officer Avila (a former explorer advisor) was seeing that girl he was praised by his superiors including the old chief Benudiz for coming out and being truthful.
I dont get it Avila did the same thing and was praised by the old chief Benudiz. But you want to hang Camacho.
Listen up Camacho was investigated and was not charged with a crime. wrong YES crime NO,,,, I KNOW WHAT IS GOING ON. Breceda wants Camacho and Smith out just like he wants the city manager out so Camilo Diaz can be is city manager. Its all about Breceda wanting to where these hats like he used too.
You want a blast from the past.
Irwindale used to a wealthy little city
Breceda's dad lived in a shack behind Breceda's market. And Mark used to clean toilets at Santa Fe dam. Now Mark Breceda is the wealthiest man in Irwindale and Irwindale is in the toilet.
That is why you lost your Motors, SWAT Team and Commercial Enforcement.
Chuck Crawford was in line to be the new Chief after Miranda retired. But Breceda and his majority council got rid of him because Chuck was not a Breceda Yes man.
#83 Feb 26, 2013
It maybe true that Breceda has an agenda. That doesn't make what has happened ok. If you know Council Members are gunning for you, don't care on in the manner they did. Do everything by the numbers.
I don't care who is after whom. If I had a daughter and she was hired at a police department I would expect that members of the senior management would have RULES in place that allowed her to work, learn and not have to fight off advances from Police Officers. Specially, from 45 year old senior leadership.
#84 Feb 26, 2013
HUNLEY....LOOK IN THE OPPOSITE DIRECTION
Crime- Camacho and Smith covering up Chico Fuentes providing beer and hard liquor to young high school kids.
Crime- Fuentes taking money from businesses for his sons college tuition.
Crime- touching anyone who doesn't want to be touched, kissed, hugged, etc
Crime- Covering up and destroying evidence
Crime- Color under authority
Crime- Misuse of dept equipment
I think you should focus your public corruption on the other side of the table.
#85 Feb 27, 2013
Wow, this clueless Mr. Hunley must be the Bad-Lieutenant's "Papi" from the way he sticks up for the guy without knowing the facts and laws, what a "Nit." By the way I thought the Original Bad-Lieutenant was a movie with Harvey Keitel. The last version was with Nicolas Cage, not this Irwindale guy. Is there a Hunley offspring or Jr., WTF, what chick was that drunk or on drugs.
#86 Feb 27, 2013
Quit blowing smoke and answer the question... What crime did Camacho commit.
#87 Feb 27, 2013
Well I am waiting
#88 Feb 28, 2013
We are too. For your mom to tell you that she slept with your grandpapi, uncles, cousins, and neighbors and created a pile of crap, which ended up being You!!! Go back to your hick town you inbred. Report stuff that matters...
#89 Feb 28, 2013
Camacho did not commit any crime,,, did he ,, And you want him fired. You criticize the Chief for not firing the second in command for not committing a crime.
You are a Brecdea looser
#90 Feb 28, 2013
Read this you idiot!
It is unlawful to harass a person (an applicant or employee) because of that person’s sex. Harassment can include “sexual harassment” or unwelcome sexual advances, requests for sexual favors, and other verbal or physical harassment of a sexual nature.
Harassment does not havetobeofa sexual nature, however, and can include offensive remarks about a person’s sex. For example, it is illegal to harass a woman by making offensive comments about women in general.
Both victim and the harasser can be either a woman or a man, and the victim and harasser can be the same sex.
Although the law doesn’t prohibit simple teasing, offhand comments, or isolated incidents that are not very serious, harassment is illegal when it is so frequent or severethatitcreatesa hostileoroffensive work environment or when it results in an adverse employment decision (such as the victim being fired or demoted).
The harasser can be the victim's supervisor, a supervisor in another area, a co-worker, or someone who is not an employee of the employer, such as a client or customer.
#91 Feb 28, 2013
READ THIS DUMBASS
Sexual harassment is against the law
Laws against sexual harassment are designed to protect you from your boss, your co-worker, or customers at work.Both men and women can be sexually harassed.Someone of the same or opposite sex can sexually harass you.
The federal law prohibiting sexual harassment in the workplace is Title VII of the 1964 Civil Rights Act, as amended.The law makes certain employers responsible for preventing and stopping sexual harassment that occurs on the job.
Title VII applies to private and most public employers, labor organizations, employment agencies, and joint employer-union apprenticeship programs with 15 or more employees.
California State Law
The California Fair Employment and Housing Act (FEHA) prohibits sexual harassment in employment.FEHA applies to private public employers, employment agencies, labor organizations, state licensing boards, and state and local governments that have 1 or more employees.Unlike Title VII, FEHA provides protection against sexual harassment for persons who provide services pursuant to a contract.
Other State Laws
Like California, most states have a law that makes sexual harassment ¿ and other forms of sex discrimination ¿ illegal.Equal Rights Advocates’ Advice and Counseling Line can refer you to a local attorney (see Resources section).
Retaliation is Also Against the Law
Not only is sex harassment against the law, but so is retaliating (taking revenge) against someone for complaining about sexual harassment or for participating in an investigation of sexual harassment. Examples of retaliation include: you complain about sexual harassment and are made to take an unpaid leave of absence, although the harasser continues to work; after you write a letter describing sexual harassment that you witnessed, you are reassigned to a less desirable position in the same or different department. If your employer retaliates against you for complaining about sexual harassment or for participating as a witness in an investigation of sexual harassment, you may take any or all of the steps
#92 Feb 28, 2013
hey brain dead She moved into his house , spread her legs accepted money and gifts. The criminal element is absent. unwelcome sexual advances, requests for sexual favors, and other verbal or physical harassment of a sexual nature.
This was a consensual relationship. between two adults. Show me where she filed a sexual harassment complaint before she spread her legs.
Like I said NO CRIME
#93 Mar 4, 2013
They had a cop at Irwindale once, a Sergeant who told the Chief about another Sergeant having sex with explorers, and told the Chief about Camacho and some other 'dirty' cops. This guy was a good, honest cop with a spotless record for over 15 years. Within a week after crossing the blue line to do something about the bad cops, he ends up with false charges, a threatened demotion, and possible termination for his efforts. I heard that after his attorney got involved, they quietly retired him with a large payoff and a gag order. They forced him out to keep their dirty secrets a secret -- now look what happened. Sad...an honest cop tries to do right and gets crucified for it.
#94 Mar 4, 2013
@Thin Blue Line
Yes I do remember that good cop...he was always in the paper doing good things with the homeless and he was the DARE officer for like 8 years or something. He's the one that told Chief Sol Benudiz about the corruption and sexual misconduct back in 2006. I heard Benudiz tried to screw him over for breaking the code and the good cop got a lawyer, sued for a retirement, forced the Chief and (2) Lieutenants "retire/leave" afterwards. Also heard that he got a large settlement to keep quiet about all of it. You blow the whistle in Irwindale, and you get quietly whisked away into the night.
#95 Mar 4, 2013
My sources tell me that Freijo was caught on video tape molesting the young lady he stopped on a traffic stop.
That's why he was canned. He had no defense
#96 Mar 5, 2013
My sources tell me you sure have a lot of details, but still think Lieutenant Camacho did nothing wrong. My sources tell me your such an idiot. My sources tell me your going to eat your thoughts as you screw Sal Hernandez or vise versa. My sources tell me Camacho preyed on many girls over his time as an officer, Sergeant and Lieutenant. My sources tell me he thinks he is free to do what he wants because he leads by fear and by paying off his victims. My sources tell me he will be fully exposed and prosecuted to the fullest before he is fired. My sources tell me he crossed that blue line and protect the BAD AND CORRUPT OFFICERS.
My sources yell for help from the District Attorney and FBI.
#97 Mar 5, 2013
Irwindale Police department will always be corrupt as long as Mark Breceda runs it.
Screw the blue line. It only exist to shelter and protect bad cops.
If you have proof that Camacho committed a CRIME then cross that blue line and go to the D A or F B I.
You don't need a pass. All you need is some integrity
#98 Mar 5, 2013
Integrity is something you don't have. How can you tell someone to have some when you don't. You Speak of what you do not know.
#100 Mar 6, 2013
Ex-Irwindale police cadet charges sexual harassment by lieutenant
Woman's lawsuit says Lt. Mario Camacho pressured her to accept his advances in exchange for favorable treatment at work and a reduced rate on a rental condo.
January 03, 2013|Los Angeles Times
A cadet who said she was sexually harassed and later forced to quit has sued the Irwindale Police Department, the second lawsuit in six months to question the behavior of a high-ranking police lieutenant
Both lawsuits filed against the agency name Lt. Mario Camacho. In July, Officer Rudy Campos filed a federal lawsuit alleging that he didn't get overtime and received negative performance evaluations after he voted against a contract provision Camacho favored. That case is pending.
The most recent complaint, filed Dec. 11 in Los Angeles County Superior Court, alleges that Camacho sexually harassed Alma Chavez, a non-sworn police cadet who started working with the department in 2008. She alleged that Camacho held her hand, kissed her and groped her while they were on duty, sometimes in his office or city-owned car.
Initially, she rebuffed his advances, but gave in when he created "a hostile work environment," according to the lawsuit. When Chavez accepted Camacho's advances, he promised her a full-time permanent position with the city.
Camacho "would be really mean to her and make it difficult for her at work, but when she accepted the advances he was really nice to her," said Brandi Harper, a lawyer representing Chavez and Campos. "When she started, she was 19 years old, her dream was to be a police officer and he knew it."
Irwindale Police Chief Dennis Smith referred questions to attorney Jeffrey Thompson, who is representing the department in both lawsuits. He declined to comment on any specifics.
"The city takes these type of matters very seriously and believes it has done nothing wrong in this case," Thompson said. "We will be defending it aggressively."
During Chavez's more than four years of employment at the Irwindale Police Department, Camacho gave her gift cards worth hundreds of dollars at Victoria's Secret and Forever 21, as well as a Tiffany's bracelet and Louis Vuitton purse, according to court records..
In an October deposition, Camacho didn't deny that he gave her gifts and admitted kissing and holding Chavez's hand while they were on duty because they "were close friends."
He said he also lent her money and rented Chavez a condo he owned at below-market value to help her out, but later asked her to move out when he discovered someone else was staying there and not paying rent.
In the lawsuit, Chavez said that she felt forced to quit and that Camacho was upset because she was living at the condo with her boyfriend. He allegedly called her into a meeting and told her, "I can't stand working with you anymore, this meeting will be your two weeks' notice."
She submitted a resignation letter after that meeting, according to the complaint.
Thompson declined to say whether Camacho had been disciplined or placed on administrative leave.
#102 Mar 6, 2013
She excepted the gifts and money and spread her legs. She is an adult.
If they were truly unwanted She should have filed a complaint.
She waited until Camacho threw her out of his condo for having a boy friend.
Hey we should expect more from our police officers. But No crime was committed.
Just look at Rosy Breceda's daughter. She wasn't on the job three days before her legs fell open. She is a home wrecker. That officer was married with two small children.
Mark Breceda has been in control of the Irwindale Police department for quite a while. Now the department is corrupt as he is.
#104 Mar 6, 2013
Oh Car Parker, didn't you hear.... Rosy Breceda's daughter started as an explorer...
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