Feb 13, 2016

Suspect who robbed Orick Market may have poision oak

On Saturday, 02/13/16 at approx. 1818 hrs., an employee from the Orick Market phoned 911 to report a robbery just occurred.  The employee reported a male subject entered the market wearing a camouflage mask, stated he had a gun and demanded money and property.  The subject then fled the scene with an undisclosed amount of cash in a white, 1999 or later Mitsubishi Eclipse.

The suspect is described as a Native American male adult, 30-40 years old with a light complexion and last seen wearing a camouflage jacket.  The subject is believed to be approx. 5'08"-5'10" tall, with a "swollen face", possibly having contracted Poison Oak.


Vehicle was last seen headed Northbound on Hwy. 101 and had possibly taken Bald Hills road.

Jason Warren is now at Pelican Bay State Prison

Since Friday, Jason Warren is at the Pelican State Bay Prison.

Warren was convicted for the murders of Dorothy Ulrich and Suzanne Seemann and attempted murders of Terri Vroman Little and Jessica Hunt.

He has a term of life without parole for each murder and indeterminate terms of life for attempted murders. All sentences to be served consecutively.


Gearold Sotolongo aka Roldo Pratt sought as suspect in Hoopa homicide


On February 17, HCSO Lt. Wayne Hanson sent out an updated press release identifying the victim of the homicide as Rodger Allan Yale, age 30, from Hoopa. Sotolongo is still being sought by law enforcement.




Based the ongoing HCSO investigation into this mornings' homicide in the Hoopa Valley, detectives have named Gearold Sotolongo aka Roldo Pratt as a suspect and he is now wanted for that homicide.

Sotolongo is described as 30 year old Native American male, 5'8, 225 lbs, black shoulder length hair and a full beard. Sotolongo was last seen in the area of the Alameda Trailer Park on Highway 96.

Original Press Release:

On 02-13-16, at approximately 8:32 AM, the Humboldt County Sheriff's Office received a call regarding a disturbance in the Hoopa Valley. Deputies and Medical personnel arrived on scene and began life saving efforts on a 30 year old male. The victim was transported to a landing zone to be flown out by helicopter. The victim succumbed to his injury prior to being transported by helicopter.

There are no suspects at this time. This incident is currently being investigated by Detectives with the Humboldt County Sheriff's Office.

Anyone with information for the Sheriff's Office regarding this case or related criminal activity is encouraged to call the Sheriff's Office at 707-445-7251 or the Sheriff's Office Crime Tip line at
707-268-2539.






Who will win the heart of the Lady Ritz?

The historic Ritz building, located on 3rd and F street, is currently being wooed by potential suitors.

The Ritz is a discriminating lady, so she does not mind being single until she meets the right fella or gal.

You have always heard who's at the Ritz here first. Stay tuned, when I find out who got the Ritz, you will hear the good news.

 My one request to a future owner is bring back the Astronaut. If you know what that is, you are true Humboldt Native.

30 year old in Hoopa succumbs to injuries before medical transport

02-13-16, at approximately 8:32 AM, the Humboldt County Sheriff's Office received a call regarding a disturbance in the Hoopa Valley. Deputies and Medical personnel arrived on scene and began life saving efforts on a 30 year old male. The victim was transported to a landing zone to be flown out by helicopter. The victim succumbed to his injury prior to being transported by helicopter.


There are no suspects at this time. This incident is currently being investigated by Detectives with the Humboldt County Sheriff's Office.

James Bender arrested on charges of a robbery on 3500 F street in Eureka



On February 13, 2016, at approximately 8:04 a.m., the Eureka Police Department responded to a report of a robbery at a business in the 3500 block of "F" Street.  The clerk stated a male subject entered the business, placed a handgun on the counter and demanded the money.  The suspect left the business with an undisclosed amount of U.S. currency.  No one was harmed during the robbery.

A description of the suspect and the vehicle he was seen leaving the area in was obtained and broadcasted to all allied Law Enforcement agencies in Humboldt County.

At approximately 8:20 a.m., an Officer with the California Highway Patrol spotted the vehicle travelling south on Hwy 101.  When additional units arrived a felony car stop was conducted on the suspect vehicle on Eel River Drive near Fernbridge Drive.  The suspect was detained without incident.  An EPD Sergeant responded to the scene and took custody of the suspect.  The vehicle was searched and loaded Glock 9mm handgun was located along with U.S. Currency believed to have been taken during the robbery.  An additional weapon, AR-10 assault rifle, was located and is currently being held as evidence pending further investigation.


The suspect was transported back to the scene of the robbery and positively identified by clerk.  The suspect, James Bender, 54 years old from McKinleyville, was arrested and subsequently booked at the Humboldt County Jail on suspicion of robbery.  Possible additional charges are pending the completion of the investigation.



Feb 12, 2016

Supervisor Fennell shares highlights of BOE meeting in Sacramento with update on track and trace program for commercial production of medical cannabis

Supervisor Estelle Fennell was in Sacramento this week. She gave me a brief update on her meeting at the BOE in Sacramento. Photos are from Supervisor Fennell.

"Wednesday's meeting at the Board of Equalization in Sacramento explored the concept of "Track and Trace" programs for the commercial production of Medical Cannabis.
The overflow crowd heard presentations from a couple of vendors as well as officials from Colorado and Washington State.
Following on the passage of the Medical Marijuana Regulation and Safety Act (MMRSA) California will now have to decide what approach to take and the workshop on Wednesday was just the beginning of that process.
The pictures show vendors attaching their tags to a cannabis plant provided by a local dispensary."




Judge Dale Reinholtsen denies Harbor Commission motion to strike Leo Sears lawsuit

Judge Dale Reinholtsen promised he would have a ruling out this week and he did.

Leo Sear's attorney, Mr. William Bertain confirmed that Judge Dale Reinholtsen denies the defense's motion to strike Leo Sears lawsuit.

Briefly, Mr. Bertain said, "We won the motion to strike."

Judge Reinholtsen in the very last page of the ruling said that the defendant's motion to strike was exempt from anti-slapp analysis pursuant to CCP 425.17 (b).

Plaintiff, Leo Sears attorney costs and fees were denied because there was no frivolous delay.

Mr. Sears said, "I was confident that their challenge would be denied, and I look forward to the case going forward on its merits."

Harbor Commissioner Richard Marks said, "Round one was not in the Harbor Districts favor. Our motion to "strike" or the "anti Slapp statute" was denied. Disappointing but not earth shattering. I am confident we will prevail in the long run."

I will link or upload the text of the ruling later.

Previous posts:

http://johnchiv.blogspot.com/2015/10/leo-sears-filed-conflict-of-interest.html?m=1

http://johnchiv.blogspot.com/2015/11/fppc-opens-investigation-into-leo-sears.html?m=1

http://johnchiv.blogspot.com/2015/12/ant-slapp-constitutional-rights-and.html?m=1

The  links above has details of both attorneys' arguments before the ruling. A court hearing which only I covered. It also has detailed background.

“In Humboldt County everyone is walking to the finish line at the same time compared to San Diego where everyone is walking over each other to the finish line."

In January 2015, two local businesses, the John Ford Insurance Agency and Krumenacker Industries, came together to form a joint venture, North Coast Insurance & Business Center.
Each business is their own entity but they also have clients in common. Two of those clients include local photographer and graphic designer Mark McKenna and Ian Herndon, co-owner of Humboldt Boutique Gardens.
John Ford, a local real estate agent of 12 years ventured into a new career four years ago as an insurance agent. As a broker for business, autos and home insurance since 2012, the John Ford Insurance Agency is currently one of three agencies in the area offering insurance for medical cannabis.
In December 2015, John Ford Insurance Agency relocated to 924 Fifth Street in Eureka. That office space is also shared by Krumenacker Industries.
Both indoor and outdoor grows are covered by the John Ford Insurance Agency. Just recently, one employee was added at the Eureka office and three agents hired in Concord. The John Ford Insurance Agency also serves the Santa Cruz area, Mendocino, Del Norte and Trinity County.
Asked to describe how offering cannabis insurance has influenced growth of his business, Ford quoted Assemblyman Jim Wood, “It’s really opened the floodgates and is getting the quotes in.”
“Insurance companies are very detailed and big consideration is security for them, ” said Ford "It takes two weeks to get a quote."

Jacob Krumenacker moved back to Humboldt County in September 2015. He has lived here since 2007, left to go to San Diego. 

Krumenacker is currently working on becoming children’s advocate attorney. 

While in San Diego, Krumenacker worked for over 75 LLC’s.  “My job was to make sure they stayed compliant.”

Krumenacker Industries is currently the “only office in Northern California offering insurance and incorporating businesses so they stay compliant.”

“There is a misconception in Humboldt County that incorporating is for big businesses, incorporating is just smart business,” said Krumenacker.

“When you incorporate,  insurance drops 6 to 10 percent for your business,” said Krumenacker. “Attorneys charge ungodly fees to form a LLC. Small businesses would benefit from a year round commitment to incorporate.”

Krumenacker industries does not charge extra to keep business compliant for the first year.

 “Having a small business is a tremendous," said Krumenacker. "A lot of people are scared to start their own small business. There is an element of fear. If you have a dream, you need to follow it. The first year is the hardest, you may not succeed that first year."

Krumenacker Industries is  Humboldt focused because many small local businesses need the assistance and services offered.

“In Humboldt County everyone is walking to the finish line at the same time compared to San Diego where everyone is walking over each other to the finish line," said Krumenacker.

California Corporations Code Section 1505- Allows a corporation to serve as a registered agent for process. Eg. Receive Lawsuits, tax and other state and government forms.









CHP provides details on collision involving HCSO patrol Vehicle on 299

On the afternoon of Thursday, February 12, a Humboldt County Sheriff’s Department Patrol Vehicle rolled over causing minor injuries to the driver.

At approximately 4:58 p.m., a Humboldt County Sheriff’s Deputy was driving a 2013 Humboldt County Sheriff’s Department Patrol Vehicle eastbound on SR-299, near mile post marker 32.  At this time the Deputy was responding to an in progress call of a physical altercation in the Hoopa Area.  For reasons still under investigation the Deputy lost control of the Patrol Vehicle.  The Patrol Vehicle left the roadway and collided with the dirt embankment causing it to roll onto its roof.  The Patrol Vehicle came to rest within the roadway.  The Deputy sustained minor injuries as a result of this traffic collision.

Humboldt Area CHP is investigating this collision.

Feb 11, 2016

Arraignment for Long brothers set for March 16, will they show up for court?

Ryan and John Long bailed out yesterday. DA Maggie Fleming said their arraignment is set for March 16 at 1:30 p.m.

Previous post:
http://johnchiv.blogspot.com/2016/02/pennsylvania-brothers-john-and-ryan.html

Kym Kemp has more details from EPD:

http://johnchiv.blogspot.com/2016/02/pennsylvania-brothers-john-and-ryan.html


County to Consider Allowing Flexible Uses in Industrialor Coastal Dependent Zone

Humboldt County is considering changes to the Humboldt Bay Area Plan and Coastal Zoning Regulations (“amendment”) that would provide more flexibility in the uses allowed in the Industrial/Coastal-Dependent (MC) zone district. A public workshop to discuss these proposed changes will be held on Tuesday, Feb 23 from 6 to 7 p.m. at the Wharfinger Building in Eureka.
Background
The principal use of the MC zone district is for coastal-dependent industrial uses that require access to a maintained navigable channel in order to function. Secondary or conditional uses also require channel access or are limited to coastal-related industrial uses.
Planning for coastal-dependent industrial uses was done in the 1970’s, when demand for land to accommodate these types of uses was much higher than it is today. Due to the current low demand for coastal-dependent industrial uses and the disproportionally large amount of vacant or underutilized MC zoned land around Humboldt Bay, the county is considering allowing certain noncoastal-dependent industrial uses in the MC zone district on an interim basis (“interim uses”). The goal of this proposed amendment is to allow for these interim uses while at the same time protecting the current and long-term use of MC zoned land for coastal-dependent industrial use.
Summary of Proposed Changes
You can view the full text of the proposed changes to allow interim uses in the MC zone district on our website and at the Humboldt County Planning Department at 3015 H Street, Eureka, CA 95501.
Following is a summary of some key elements of this proposed amendment:
Interim uses proposed in the MC zone district are certain uses allowed in the Light Industrial (ML) and Industrial General (MG) zone districts that are not otherwise allowed in the MC zone district.
All interim uses will require a conditional use permit and a coastal development permit with coinciding term lengths that normally cannot exceed 5 years; a term of up to 10 years may be considered under limited circumstances. The length of a permit term will be based on project and site-specific factors.
Permits cannot be extended, but instead new permits will be required in order for an interim use to continue past the permit expiration date. Upon permit expiration, the site must be returned to its original condition, or to a condition that would preserve or enhance the project site for future coastal-dependent industrial use. A plan for such restoration will be required as part of the application.
Interim uses will be encouraged to utilize existing improvements at the site, and any new improvements will need to preserve or enhance the site for future coastal-dependent industrial use, or be relocated after the interim use ends.
All members of the public are encouraged to attend the workshop.
For more information contact:
Lisa D. Shikany707-268-3780
lshikany@co.humboldt.ca.us
Full text of proposed changes

Pennsylvania brothers John and Ryan Long bailed out same day they were arrested, no charges filed yet

The two Pennsylvania brothers that were arrested yesterday for allegedly breaking into a residence on 8th and H are out of custody.

Ryan Long booked yesterday at 5:50 p.m., bail bonded out an hour later. His bail was $50,000.

John Long booked in at 1:53 p.m. bailed out at 7:43 p.m. His bail was $50,000 plus $5,000 each for two bench warrants from 2011 cases.

They will be arraigned March 16 at 1:30 p.m.

DA's office is still waiting on reports from EPD so no charges have been filed.


Third annual red Carpet Gala features Kurtis Bedford as Master of Cermonies





 Organizers of the 3rd annual "Red Carpet Gala" celebrating 100 years of filmmaking in Humboldt and Del Norte counties on Feb. 28 in the historic Eureka Theater announced today that they have added actor Kurtis Bedford as the event's Master of Ceremonies.

A longtime Los Angeles character actor, Bedford is probably best known for his regular role as Dennis Beardman in the cult-hit, dark comedy "Getting On" on HBO as well as a plethora of nationwide commercials.  The feature film "Kidnap" starring Halle Berry opens the same weekend as the "Red Carpet Gala" and will showcase the works of Bedford as well.

Along with organizers of the event ─ Humboldt-Del Norte Film Commission and Eureka Theater ─ Bedford will help hand out the following awards at the event:

· Film Friendly Lodging
· Film Friendly Transportation
· Film Friendly Restaurant
· Film Friendly Caterer
· Film Friendly Private Location
· Film Friendly Public Location
· Outstanding Achievement
· Special Thanks

"We're thrilled that Kurtis agreed to emcee our third event and such a special one too," said Cassandra Hesseltine, Film Commissioner of the Humboldt-Del Norte Film Commission. "Kurtis is a great performer so he'll make this event a memorable one for everyone."

Since 1916, the picturesque counties have welcomed some of American cinemas most iconic films and filmmakers, including: “Star Wars: Episode VI - Return of the Jedi,” “Lost World: Jurassic Park,” and “E.T.” to name only a few. This year’s annual event ─ which coincides with a live broadcast of the 2016 Academy Awards ─ marks 100 years of filming in the redwood region.  Three years ago, the Humboldt-Del Norte Film Commission and Eureka Theater launched their annual party called the "Red Carpet Gala" to celebrate movies on its biggest night of the year, the Academy Awards.

Tickets for the event have already started selling, and according to organizers, are selling faster than usual this year. The event tickets are $25 and can be purchased at Brown Paper Tickets at www.redcarpet2016.bpt.me. Tickets include food stations, prizes, and community awards.  Champagne and cocktails will be available at the no host bar. Doors open at 5 P.M. on Sunday, February 28 at the historic Eureka Theater located at 612 F Street in Eureka.

For information about the organizers, visit www.filmhumboldtdelnorte.org and www.theeurekatheater.org. For event updates, like the page: www.facebook.com/filmhumboldtdelnorte



Link to Pierce County website that provides regular updates on the jury trial of Skylar Nemetz charged with the murder of his wife Danielle

Court is in recess all of next week. Testimony resumes February 22.

https://linxonline.co.pierce.wa.us/linxweb/Case/CriminalCase.cfm?cause_num=14-1-04212-6

Initial Arrest Date:10/17/2014

ProsGREGORY L GREERProsecuting AttorneyCO COUNSEL
ProsJARED AUSSERERProsecuting AttorneyLEAD COUNSEL
DefeMichael A Stewart
Charge: Murder in the first degree

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12/16/2015  MOTION TO CONTINUEPublic5
12/16/2015  RECEIPT OF DISCOVERYPublic1
12/16/2015  RECEIPT OF DISCOVERYPublic1
12/17/2015  SUPPLEMENTAL MOTION TO CONTINUEPublic2
12/17/2015  VICTIM STATEMENTPublic2
12/17/2015  VICTIM STATEMENTPublic2
12/17/2015  VICTIM STATEMENTPublic2
12/17/2015  VICTIM STATEMENTPublic2
12/17/2015  VICTIM STATEMENTPublic3
12/17/2015  VICTIM STATEMENTPublic2
12/17/2015  AMENDED PROTECTIVE ORDER RE: EVIDENCEPublic3
12/21/2015  STATEMENT FROM VICTIMS FAMILY/FRIENDSPublic2
12/22/2015  STATE'S LIST OF WITNESSESPublic1
12/22/2015  MOTION TO DISQUALIFY GREGORY GREERPublic27
12/22/2015  REQUEST FOR PRODUCTION OF DOCUMENTSPublic1
12/22/2015  REQUEST FOR PRODUCTION OF DOCUMENTSPublic1
12/23/2015  MOTION TO DISMISSPublic6
12/23/2015  DEFENDANT'S LIST OF WITNESSESPublic2
12/23/2015  RETURN ON SUBPOENA, BAKERPublic1
12/23/2015  RETURN ON SUBPOENA, BLOOMPublic1
12/23/2015  RETURN ON SUBPOENA, PULIDOPublic1
12/23/2015  RETURN ON SUBPOENA, REYNALDOPublic1
12/23/2015  RETURN ON SUBPOENA, ROEPublic1
12/23/2015  RETURN ON SUBPOENA, SWEENEYPublic1
12/23/2015  RETURN ON SUBPOENA, WINSTEADPublic1
12/23/2015  MOTION TO SUPPRESS EVIDENCEPublic17
12/24/2015  VICTIM STATEMENTPublic2
12/28/2015  CLERK'S MINUTE ENTRYPublic2
12/28/2015  RETURN ON SUBPOENA, HOLTHAUSPublic1
12/28/2015  RETURN ON SUBPOENAPublic1
12/28/2015  LETTER FROM MARK CHANDLERPublic4
12/29/2015  COPY OF SUPPLEMENTAL CASE LAWPublic1
12/30/2015  RECEIPT OF DISCOVERYPublic1
12/31/2015  CORRECTED INFORMATIONPublic2
12/31/2015  CLERK'S MINUTE ENTRYPublic2
12/31/2015  SUPPLEMENTAL WITNESS LISTPublic1
12/31/2015  RECEIPT OF DISCOVERYPublic1
12/31/2015  RECEIPT OF DISCOVERYPublic1
12/31/2015  STATES RESPONSE TO MOTIONPublic5
12/31/2015  AFFIDAVIT OF JARED AUSSERERPublic8
01/04/2016  CLERK'S MINUTE ENTRYPublic2
01/04/2016  CLERK'S MINUTE ENTRYPublic2
01/04/2016  DECLARATION OF SKYLAR NEMETZPublic2
01/04/2016  MOTION IN LIMINE AND TRIAL MEMORANDUMPublic14
01/04/2016  DEFENSE RESPONSE TO MOTIONPublic3
01/04/2016  RETURN ON SUBPOENA, KELLYPublic1
01/04/2016  STATES RESPONSE TO MOTIONPublic51
01/05/2016  CLERK'S MINUTE ENTRYPublic3
01/05/2016  MOTION TO COMPELPublic2
01/05/2016  CORRECTED MOTION TO SUPPRESSPublic1
01/06/2016  MEMORANDUMPublic19
01/06/2016  DEFENDANTS RESPONSE TO STATES MOTIONS IN LIMINEPublic6
01/06/2016  STATES MOTION IN LIMINEPublic8
01/07/2016  DEFENSE REPLY TO STATES RESPONSEPublic17
01/07/2016  RECEIPT OF DISCOVERYPublic1
01/08/2016  SUPPLEMENTAL WITNESS LISTPublic1
01/08/2016  DECLARATIONPublic1
01/11/2016  CLERK'S MINUTE ENTRYPublic6
01/13/2016  MOTION TO ADMIT TEXT MESSAGES UNDER ER 106Public29
01/13/2016  BLANK JURY QUESTIONNAIREPublic10
01/19/2016  DEFENDANT'S LIST OF WITNESSESPublic1
01/19/2016  RETURN ON SUBPOENA, OAKLEYPublic1
01/19/2016  RETURN ON SUBPOENAPublic1
01/19/2016  STATE'S LIST OF WITNESSESPublic1
01/19/2016  MOTION TO IMPOSE SANCTIONSPublic13
01/19/2016  LETTER RE: JURY SELECTIONPublic1
01/20/2016  JURY QUESTIONNAIRESPublic801
01/20/2016  JURY PANEL SELECTION LISTPublic5
01/20/2016  PEREMPTORY CHALLENGE SHEETPublic1
01/20/2016  ORDER ALLOWING JURY TO SEPARATEPublic1
01/22/2016  STATE'S LIST OF WITNESSESPublic1
01/26/2016  DEFENDANT'S LIST OF WITNESSESPublic1
01/26/2016  RECEIPT OF DISCOVERYPublic1
01/26/2016  RECEIPT OF DISCOVERYPublic1
01/26/2016  RECEIPT OF DISCOVERYPublic1
01/29/2016  RECEIPT OF DISCOVERYPublic1
01/29/2016  RECEIPT OF DISCOVERYPublic1
01/29/2016  RECEIPT OF DISCOVERYPublic1
02/01/2016  RECEIPT OF DISCOVERYPublic1
02/03/2016  RECEIPT OF DISCOVERYPublic1
02/03/2016  SUBPOENAPublic1
02/03/2016  SUBPOENAPublic1
02/03/2016  SUBPOENAPublic1
02/03/2016  SUBPOENAPublic1
02/03/2016  SUBPOENAPublic1
02/03/2016  SUBPOENAPublic1
02/03/2016  SUBPOENAPublic1
02/04/2016  RETURN ON SUBPOENAPublic1
02/04/2016  RETURN ON SUBPOENAPublic1
02/05/2016  STATES MOTION TO EXCLUDE TESTIMONYPublic7
02/08/2016  DEFENSE RESPONSE TO MOTION TO EXCLUDEPublic7
02/08/2016  SUPPLEMENTAL DECLARATION OF DR. THOMAS ROEPublic5
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10/22/2014 01:30 PMCRIMINAL DIVISION 2CD2ARRAIGNMENTARRAIGNED

10/30/2014 08:31 AMCRIMINAL DIVISION 2CD2BAIL HEARINGHELD

10/31/2014 01:30 PMCRIMINAL DIVISION 2CD2MOTION-CHG CONDITIONS RELEASEHELD

11/26/2014 01:30 PMCRIMINAL DIVISION- PRESIDING JUDGECDPJOMNIBUS HEARINGCONTINUED

12/15/2014 08:30 AMCRIMINAL DIVISION- PRESIDING JUDGECDPJJURY TRIALCONTINUED

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05/04/2015 08:30 AMCRIMINAL DIVISION- PRESIDING JUDGECDPJJURY TRIALCONTINUED

05/12/2015 08:31 AMCRIMINAL DIVISION 2CD2BAIL HEARINGHELD

05/20/2015 01:30 PMCRIMINAL DIVISION- PRESIDING JUDGECDPJOMNIBUS HEARINGHELD

08/11/2015 08:31 AMCRIMINAL DIVISION 2CD2MOTION-CHG CONDITIONS RELEASEHELD

08/13/2015 01:30 PMCRIMINAL DIVISION- PRESIDING JUDGECDPJSTATUS CONFERENCE HEARINGCONTINUED

08/26/2015 01:30 PMCRIMINAL DIVISION- PRESIDING JUDGECDPJCONTINUANCEHELD

08/26/2015 01:30 PMCRIMINAL DIVISION- PRESIDING JUDGECDPJSTATUS CONFERENCE HEARINGHELD

10/05/2015 08:30 AMCRIMINAL DIVISION- PRESIDING JUDGECDPJJURY TRIALCONTINUED

10/28/2015 08:30 AMCRIMINAL DIVISION- PRESIDING JUDGECDPJSTATUS CONFERENCE HEARINGCONTINUED

11/04/2015 08:30 AMCRIMINAL DIVISION- PRESIDING JUDGECDPJSTATUS CONFERENCE HEARINGCONTINUED

11/05/2015 08:30 AMCRIMINAL DIVISION- PRESIDING JUDGECDPJCONTINUANCEHELD

11/05/2015 08:30 AMCRIMINAL DIVISION- PRESIDING JUDGECDPJSTATUS CONFERENCE HEARINGHELD

11/18/2015 01:30 PMCRIMINAL DIVISION- PRESIDING JUDGECDPJMOTION-DISCOVERYCONTINUED

11/20/2015 03:13 PMJACK NEVIN06MOTION-CHG CONDITIONS RELEASEHELD

11/23/2015 09:00 AMJACK NEVIN06MOTION (NOT CONTINUANCE)HELD

11/30/2015 08:30 AMCRIMINAL DIVISION- PRESIDING JUDGECDPJJURY TRIALCONTINUED

12/10/2015 01:30 PMJACK NEVIN06EXPARTE ACTION WITH ORDER HELDHELD

12/28/2015 11:00 AMCRIMINAL DIVISION- PRESIDING JUDGECDPJSTATUS CONFERENCE HEARINGHELD

12/31/2015 10:30 AMJACK NEVIN06STATUS CONFERENCE HEARINGHELD

12/31/2015 11:00 AMJACK NEVIN06REARRAIGNMENTHELD

01/04/2016 08:30 AMJACK NEVIN06JURY TRIAL

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01/04/2016 09:00 AMJACK NEVIN06MOTION-KNAPSTADHELD

01/04/2016 09:00 AMJACK NEVIN06MOTION-SUPPRESS (3.5,3.6,7.8)HELD

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