Apr 26, 2016

In a last minute twist Logan Bremer's jury trial vacated, he gets public defender appointed, private attorney resigns and there is talk of possible resoution

Logan Bremer's cases look like they may resolve. Private attorney Mr. Michael Acosta has been representing Bremer. Yesterday afternoon, Mr. Acosta was relieved and Conflict Counsel's Mr. Greg Elvine-Kreis was appointed to represent Bremer.

The case that was on for jury trial yesterday involves a victim, Misty Gevas. Count 1 is aggravated mayhem, special allegation that Bremer was armed with a firearm, a handgun. Count 2 attempted murder, same special allegation. Count 3 Assault with a firearm on a person, same special allegation.
Count 4 Impersonating a  Police Officer, same special allegation. Count 5 Burglary, same special allegation; Count 6 Assault with a firearm on a person, same special allegation and two counts of prison priors.

Deputy District Attorney Jackie Pizzo and Mr. Elvine Kreis spoke privately, briefly. A future date will be set to discuss the case; I will add it when it is updated in the computer.

Jonas Semore, Logan Bremer and Brandon Haselip among inmates involved in jail fight

Jonas Semore is awaiting trial for the alleged murder of David Ganfield, Logan Bremer has several cases. Brandon Haselip has 23 cases in the system so far, with only three being traffic/infraction cases.

Press Release:


On Friday, January 22, 2016 at approximately 3 p.m. a large scale fight broke out in one of the Humboldt County Correctional Facility housing units. The Correctional Deputy was checking another area of the unit when the fight began. A total of nine inmates were observed physically fighting amongst each other. The Correctional Deputy requested additional deputies respond to that unit. Three of the inmates were Tased and one sprayed with Oleoresin Capsicum (OC) in order to stop the fighting. The inmates were separated and rehoused. Several were treated for minor injuries. None of the involved inmates cooperated with the investigation. The inmates involved were Chad Fraker (30), Logan Bremer (33), Jonas Semore (42), Zachary Norman (29), Christopher Mendez-Herrera (22), Jedediah Hiller (36), Brandon Haselip (27), Desmund James (22), and Reuben Perez (31). Each inmate has been rearrested for assault and battery, and disturbing the peace in a place of confinement.

Aug 4, 2015


Logan Bremer "racks up another charge" while he is in jail for allegedly beating up another inmate right in front of a correctional officer

Logan Bremer is in jail and has racked up another charge, a misdemeanor, in addition to his two felony cases and one  case in which his probation could be revoked pending the outcome of these other cases. One of those felonies is possession of marijuana while he is in custody at the Humboldt County jail.

When I saw Bremer in Courtroom 1 yesterday, I wondered did his August 5 hearing get moved up? I was covering the Lockhart and Swortzel cases so when I saw his attorney Mr. Michael Acosta today, I asked him. Mr. Acosta said, "he racked up new charges. At first, it was horseplay, then he beat up an inmate in front of the CO.

Bremer was arraigned yesterday on the complaint filed by the District Attorney's office. The compliant alleges Count 1 Assault, Count 2 Battery, Count 3 resist/obstruct/ delay a peace officer or emergency technician.

The inmate that Bremer allegedly beat up is Shayne Maupin.

Bremer's significant other and I assume his young child have been in court for every hearing. There are people who take advantage of their time in custody, try and change the direction of their lives, and try and get another chance. It starts with a better attitude.

Bremer needs to chill with the bad ass attitude in court and take seriously the charges against him and think of his loved ones and their future.  It is his choice whether he just hwants to be known as another criminal with tattoos who makes headlines over and over again.

Last post:

Logan Bremer's girlfriend, his mother and two other supporters were in court today. Bremer is represented by private attorney, Mr. Michael Acosta. DDA Kelly Neel was in court today instead of DDA Roger Rees.

Mr. Acosta told Judge John Feeney that the "People have not come down from their offer of 15 years." Outside the courtroom he told me that the 15 years was "instead of life."

Mr. Acosta reiterated that there were "995 issues that he would be filing". This time his girlfriend blew a kiss as he exited the courtroom. His mom left the courtroom in tears.

Jul 11, 2015


Home invasion suspect Logan Bremer jury trial delayed yet again

A disposition and reset hearing was set for August 5 at 2 p.m. after Logan Bremer's attorney Mr. Michael Acosta made an oral motion that was granted by Judge John Feeney on July 10. DDA Roger Rees was present for the People.

"A large amount of discovery" was one of the reasons provided by Mr. Acosta.

May 29, 2015


Home invasion suspect Logan Bremer may not go to trial due to "995 issues"? Blows a kiss to his "boo" as he exits court





Logan Bremer's arraignment was continued from this Wednesday and completed today in Courtroom 1. He is being represented by Michael Acosta, Benjamin Carter's attorney.

Bremer did not waive time. Mr. Acosta hinted at "mostly 995 issues" today.  Trial Confirmation is on July 8 at 2 p.m. and Jury trial is on July 20.

As he exited the courtroom, he blew a kiss at his "boo."


Mar 12, 2015


Home invasion suspect arrested after citizen tip

On 03/12/15 at about 11:49 a.m., an Officer with the Eureka Police Department observed Logan Bremer, 32 of Eureka, driving a vehicle near Wabash and Summer Streets.  The officer knew Bremer was a suspect in a home invasion robbery on 03/03/15 in the town of Harris and had felony warrants.

The officer attempted to get in the position to make a traffic stop but Bremer was able to elude the officer.  Several citizens noticed Bremer driving recklessly and pointed officers towards the vehicle.  Officers located the vehicle unoccupied near the 1100 block of E Street.

Officers set a perimeter and were again assisted by several citizens who pointed officers towards Bremer and a male passenger.  Bremer was taken into custody near the 1000 block of G Street.  The passenger, Daniel Fidler, 41 of Fortuna, was found nearby and also taken into custody.

Bremer and Fidler were transported to the Humboldt County Correctional Facility.  Bremer was booked on his felony warrants for home invasion, burglary, shooting at an inhabited dwelling, possession of a firearm during the commission of a felony, and being a felon in possession of a firearm.  Fidler was booked on fresh charges of violation of probation and possession of methamphetamine.

The Eureka Police Department thanks the citizens who assisted in locating the vehicle and suspects.

1 comment:

  1. I was a prospective Juror for this case. After appearing at 8:15 am for another trial, all excused were told to come back at 2:00 pm. They kept us waiting around until
    2:20 and then we were all brought in and told we were not needed. There were a lot of upset folks that morning.

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