Davis woman shot by Yolo deputy durin...

Davis woman shot by Yolo deputy during eviction at apartment complex

There are 18 comments on the Daily Democrat story from Sep 29, 2009, titled Davis woman shot by Yolo deputy during eviction at apartment complex. In it, Daily Democrat reports that:

A Yolo County Sheriff's deputy shot and injured a Davis resident Tuesday morning while enforcing an eviction order at a Davis apartment.

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More Range Time

Sacramento, CA

#1 Sep 29, 2009
Now the taxpayers will pay.....a little more range time for that officer is in order. She should have ventilated that wench like a piece of swiss cheese.
Mark

United States

#2 Sep 29, 2009
The complex at 1850 Hanover Drive is the crappiest one in town and needs to be demolished. The amount of section 8 people, probationers, parolees, drug addicts and criminals living within that complex are astounding. It's Davis' own version of 555 Matmor Road. It doesn't surprise me in the least bit that the cops had to be called to an eviction AT AN APARTMENT COMPLEX and that was the complex. When have you ever heard of cops doing an eviction at an apartment??? They usually do it at foreclosed and abandoned properties where bums have taken over. Ghetto Ghetto!
The far left is funny

Sacramento, CA

#3 Sep 29, 2009
Where is Al Rojas? When are we marching? Why wasn't the FBI, CIA, INS, Attorney General, and the Department of Justice there at the scene to invistigate this. Since when is a Deputy justified in shooting someone who pulls a knife? This is outragous.
the far right is funny

United States

#4 Sep 29, 2009
The far left is funny wrote:
Where is Al Rojas? When are we marching? Why wasn't the FBI, CIA, INS, Attorney General, and the Department of Justice there at the scene to invistigate this. Since when is a Deputy justified in shooting someone who pulls a knife? This is outragous.
Only the far right would conflate a police eviction with civil unrest. It comes from innate stupidity. Continue to enjoy your minority status, losers.
Jawamo727

United States

#5 Sep 29, 2009
"Davis police indicate the unidentified deputy contact the resident, idntified as 46-year-old Eleni Bekele, t her front door."

I don't know what is more disturbing, the fact that people support those who try to injure law enforcement officers, or that a daily newspaper can employ someone who has no understanding of spelling, grammar, or proper sentence structure. Who is the editor there? Elmer Fudd?
uhavetobejoking

Pleasant Hill, CA

#6 Sep 29, 2009
The far left is funny wrote:
Where is Al Rojas? When are we marching? Why wasn't the FBI, CIA, INS, Attorney General, and the Department of Justice there at the scene to invistigate this. Since when is a Deputy justified in shooting someone who pulls a knife? This is outragous.
I'm guessing you're joking..., right? If not, well.., you are a complete idiot!!! If you are joking, lol, because it fits this forum.
Guilty

Sacramento, CA

#7 Sep 29, 2009
the far right is funny wrote:
<quoted text>
Only the far right would conflate a police eviction with civil unrest. It comes from innate stupidity. Continue to enjoy your minority status, losers.
You couldn't detect the sarcasm?
The far left is funny

Sacramento, CA

#8 Sep 29, 2009
I'm glad some got the joke. Tough crowd.
CharlesBronson

AOL

#9 Sep 29, 2009
My God this is amazing. Cops show up for an eviction and she shoots the tenant. What if she was making a sandwich or dicing a tomato with the knife? After all she is at her home when the cop arrived. Holding a knife when one comes out of their own home is perfectly legal. If a cop shows up at my house and I happen to be pruning the tree is the cop going to shoot me? Obviously this is a rookie cop who wanted to earn her first trophy. I am sure Sheriff Prieto will put her on administrative leave fully paid pending an ivestigation of course. After the investigation is complete it will show the woman had been drinking and was a gang banger. We know the M.O. Prieto. Bronson over and out.
El Tigere

Colfax, CA

#10 Sep 29, 2009
Charlesbronson...you need to get together with Al Rojas.

Jawamo727...RIGHT ON!!! I am just sorry that I paid $20.00 to get this publication for a year. I can't even let me kids read it because of the poor grammar ans sentence structure. My 3rd grader and junior "high schooler" write better than the writers from the Democrat. I have to have them read The Bee when they have current events homework. PATHETIC!!!
El Tigere

Colfax, CA

#11 Sep 29, 2009
AFTER REVIEWING MY POST, I FOUND AN ERROR. I re-posted a corrected version--that's more than I can say for the Democrat! I Apologize for the error.

Charlesbronson...you need to get together with Al Rojas.

Jawamo727...RIGHT ON!!! I am just sorry that I paid $20.00 to get this publication for a year. I can't even let me kids read it because of the poor grammar AND sentence structure. My 3rd grader and junior "high schooler" write better than the writers from the Democrat. I have to have them read The Bee when they have current events homework. PATHETIC!!!
Reisig and Prieto

Vacaville, CA

#12 Sep 29, 2009
They will discuss if they want to keep the Dep or fire him, if Prieto likes him he will be cleared and Reisig will concur. If Prieto wants to get rid of him, Reisig will find some discrepancies in the case and may criminally investigate. Good old boy politics in Yolo as normal. Reisig and Prieto are birds of a feather and they stick together so they can get each others endorsement come re-election time. I don't trust either of them.

Since: Aug 09

Woodland, CA

#13 Sep 30, 2009
CharlesBronson wrote:
My God this is amazing. Cops show up for an eviction and she shoots the tenant. What if she was making a sandwich or dicing a tomato with the knife? After all she is at her home when the cop arrived. Holding a knife when one comes out of their own home is perfectly legal. If a cop shows up at my house and I happen to be pruning the tree is the cop going to shoot me? Obviously this is a rookie cop who wanted to earn her first trophy. I am sure Sheriff Prieto will put her on administrative leave fully paid pending an ivestigation of course. After the investigation is complete it will show the woman had been drinking and was a gang banger. We know the M.O. Prieto. Bronson over and out.
You are going to completely discount the report that the tennant also refused to drop the knife after she was shot and actually threw the knife at the Davis PD who responded AFTER the initial contact was made by the Yolo deputy?

Making a sandwich? Cutting a tomato? Are you serious?

You throw your credability out the window with every comment you make. At least in this comment you did not refer to yourself in the third person.

Since: Aug 09

Woodland, CA

#14 Sep 30, 2009
Reisig and Prieto wrote:
They will discuss if they want to keep the Dep or fire him, if Prieto likes him he will be cleared and Reisig will concur. If Prieto wants to get rid of him, Reisig will find some discrepancies in the case and may criminally investigate. Good old boy politics in Yolo as normal. Reisig and Prieto are birds of a feather and they stick together so they can get each others endorsement come re-election time. I don't trust either of them.
Here is an idea for you...read the story before making a comment...the story clearly states that the deputy is female. Also, how can you discount the report that the tennant also refused to drop the knife when the Davis PD arrived and actually threw the knife at a Davis police officer?
QandA

United States

#15 Sep 30, 2009
"Also, how can you discount the report that the tennant also refused to drop the knife when the Davis PD arrived and actually threw the knife at a Davis police officer?"
Double Bogey, that is a valid question. Other valid questions involve how Davis PD responded to this person refusing to drop the knife and having it thrown at one of them. Did they respond with deadly force even after knowing that the YCSO Deputy had already done so to no avail? Did they know something about this woman that caused them to talk her out of the situation that the YCSO Deputy didn't?
There's more to this story. And, one should be careful about rushing to judgment. But, my hat is off to the DPD officers for getting this job done without sending anyone to the morgue.
dudes and dudettes

Carmichael, CA

#16 Sep 30, 2009
QandA wrote:
"Also, how can you discount the report that the tennant also refused to drop the knife when the Davis PD arrived and actually threw the knife at a Davis police officer?"
Double Bogey, that is a valid question. Other valid questions involve how Davis PD responded to this person refusing to drop the knife and having it thrown at one of them. Did they respond with deadly force even after knowing that the YCSO Deputy had already done so to no avail? Did they know something about this woman that caused them to talk her out of the situation that the YCSO Deputy didn't?
There's more to this story. And, one should be careful about rushing to judgment. But, my hat is off to the DPD officers for getting this job done without sending anyone to the morgue.
Hey dummy from my understanding there were several officer's and deputies at this scene. Maybe a deputy talked her out. Hats off to all law enforcement officers for going home to their kids. Oh and maybe you shouldn't jump to conclusions.

Since: Aug 09

Woodland, CA

#17 Sep 30, 2009
QandA wrote:
"Also, how can you discount the report that the tennant also refused to drop the knife when the Davis PD arrived and actually threw the knife at a Davis police officer?"
Double Bogey, that is a valid question. Other valid questions involve how Davis PD responded to this person refusing to drop the knife and having it thrown at one of them. Did they respond with deadly force even after knowing that the YCSO Deputy had already done so to no avail? Did they know something about this woman that caused them to talk her out of the situation that the YCSO Deputy didn't?
There's more to this story. And, one should be careful about rushing to judgment. But, my hat is off to the DPD officers for getting this job done without sending anyone to the morgue.
It sounds like the deputy was at the front door serving the eviction and the Davis officers were quite a distance away from the tennant...sounds like apples and oranges to me.
Guilty

Sacramento, CA

#18 Sep 30, 2009
Double Bogey wrote:
<quoted text>
You are going to completely discount the report that the tennant also refused to drop the knife after she was shot and actually threw the knife at the Davis PD who responded AFTER the initial contact was made by the Yolo deputy?
Making a sandwich? Cutting a tomato? Are you serious?
You throw your credability out the window with every comment you make. At least in this comment you did not refer to yourself in the third person.
How right you are! LOL

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