Aug 12, 2015

Machete wielding pizza theft suspect, previously busted for meth, glares at me and others, makes goo goo eyes at his boo with his new prison issued glasses?

Charles Kesserling's preliminary hearing was delayed but it was not because of the defense. Deputy District Attorney Zach Curtis requested a motion to continue because a key witness was not available today. The DA's office wanted a longer continuance, after the end of the month. Alternate Conflict County Counsel's Mr. Glenn Brown who has been appointed to represent Kesserling objected to the continuance. He told Judge Dale Reinholtsen that he has two felony jury trials, back to back starting soon and then the Jason Warren jury trial on September 21 which is expected to go on until the end of the year.

"I won't be available," said Mr. Brown. His request was to have the preliminary hearing next week. Judge Reinholtsen scheduled the preliminary hearing for August 18.

Kesserling kept glaring at me and asking his attorney for a gag order. His attorney calmed him down. Maybe his faux legal adviser or maybe his boo, neglected to explain to him, there is no gag order on court proceedings in an open courtroom that is opened to the public.

Kesserling, why don't you stop racking up charges, getting busted for meth and get a few less tattoos; instead of laughing in court and glaring at people, get a job, be responsible and stop sucking off tax payer money. Certain repeat offenders like Kesserling, Cunha who do not take advantage of the rehabilitation need to get a grip. They made choices that led them where they are, repeatedly. Acting all bad ass in court does not make you any less of a loser.

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Aug 1, 2015

"No one tells me anything"

First hearing, the Public Defender's office was appointed for him. Second hearing, it was Conflict Counsel. On July 30, Alternate Conflict Counsel was appointed and even they said they would have to check if there was a conflict. Mr. Glenn Brown accepted the appointment and asked dates remain as they are, "for now."

If the Alternate Conflict Counsel's office has a problem, the court will appoint a private attorney at no cost for Charles Kesserling.

So will the preliminary hearing scheduled for August 12 for  Kesserling be delayed further? On July 30, Judge Miles asked why a case for Kesserling that deals with his probation being revoked scheduled for August 6 was on calendar that day. Then the court staff had not corrected certain charges in the system that were corrected at a previous court hearing.

While all this was going on, Charles Kesserling alternated between glaring at people in the courtroom, including me, at random and repeating the same thing he says at every hearing, "No one tells me anything." This despite his attorneys explaining what is going on before, during and after his court case, every time.

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Jul 9, 2015

Machete wielding suspect who allegedly robbed and took a pizza delivery van, previously busted for meth,

A disposition and reset hearing was scheduled in Courtroom 2 today for Charles Kesserling.

Intervention is August 6. Preliminary hearing is August 12.

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Jun 9, 2015

Machete wielding pizza delivery suspect gives attitude to Judge in court, bail set at $100,000

Judge Marilyn Miles said Charles Kesserling was not bailable but today Visiting Judge Dennis Buckley set his bail for $100,000. Kesserling was arraigned previously on a probation revocation case. Today's hearing dealt with charges from Kesserling allegedly robbing and taking a vehicle from a pizza delivery driver.

This link has the background to that court hearing:

When Judge Buckley asked him if he wanted an attorney, he snapped, "Yes." Instead of focusing on what was going on in court about his case, Kesserling stared coldly at me and others in the audience.

Mr. Marek Reavis, from Conflict Counsel was appointed to represent Kesserling. DDA Zach Curtis was present for the People. All Kesserling cared about the other day and today was, "What are my charges?" Intervention is set for June 18 at 3 p.m. in Courtroom 2 and Preliminary hearing is set for June 22 at 8:30.

Jun 8, 2015

Machete wielding thief who robbed pizza delivery driver not bailable, next court date June 29

Charles Kesserling looked shocked in Courtroom 2 today as he was arraigned on a petition to revoke probation this afternoon. He is in custody for the incident below. Judge Marilyn Miles said he is not bailable. Mr. Casey Russo from the Public Defender's office is appointed to defend Kesserling. DDA Whitney Barnes was in court for the People.

Next court date is June 29.

HCSO Press release:

On 05-26-2015 at 11:50 p.m. the Humboldt County Sheriff’s Office Deputies were dispatched to the Manila Community Center in Manila, regarding a robbery that had just occurred. When deputies arrived on scene they contacted the 22 year old male victim. The victim told the deputies that he is a pizza delivery driver. The victim said he received an order to deliver pizza to the Manila Community Center. The victim said when he arrived in his vehicle he was met by two adult males.

The victim asked the males if they had ordered a pizza and they replied, “Yes”. One of the suspects approached him and asked if he had any change for a $50.00 dollar bill. The victim said he told him, yes he had change. The victim said the suspect then produced a machete and order him to exit his vehicle. The victim described the machete as about 18” to 24” in length. The suspect then took the victim’s wallet, cell phone and took his keys to his vehicle.

The victim said the suspect told him to lie on the ground and said, if you move, I will kill you. After a few moments the suspect told the victim, get up and run. The victim said he got up and ran towards the ocean into a wooded area. The victim said he then stopped and he could hear a male voice yell, keep running or else. The victim said he then took off running again. The victim said when he stopped running the second time he heard his vehicle drive away from the area.

As deputies were taking the report from the victim, California Highway Patrol received report of a possible traffic accident. The vehicle involved in the traffic accident belonged to the victim .The victim’s vehicle had crashed into a wire fence at the intersection of Jackson Ranch Road and SR255. When CHP arrived they did not locate anyone around the vehicle.

The deputies were able to identify one of the two suspects in this case. The suspect who threatened the victim with the machete has been identified as 29-year-old Charles Albert Kesselring from Eureka. The victim was unable to provide a description on the second suspect.

Another previous arrest:

 A press release from Ukiah police:

Kesselring, Charles Albert (male, 29, Eureka)
10851(a) CVC-Vehicle theft-felony
496(a) PC-Possession of stolen property-felony
2800.1(a) CVC-Evading-misdemeanor
11377(a) HS-Possession of a controlled substance-misdemeanor
148(a)(1) PC-Resist/delay officer-misdemeanor
12500(a) CVC-Unlicensed driver-misdemeanor
Wall, Jennifer Rebecca (female, 36, Eureka)
10851(a) CVC-Vehicle theft-felony
496(a) PC-Possession of stolen property-felony
11377(a) HS-Possession of a controlled substance-misdemeanor
484(a) PC-Theft-misdemeanor
490.5(a) PC-Shoplifting-misdemeanor
On 5-29-15 at approx. 7:15 PM, UPD officers were dispatched to the area of Wal-Mart regarding a shoplifting
that had just occurred. The female suspect had fled into the passenger seat of an awaiting vehicle and left the
area in a silver SUV with dealer paper plates. A UPD officer quickly located the vehicle behind a large dirt
mound at the South end of Airport Park Blvd. The officer attempted to initiate a traffic stop on the vehicle,
however the vehicle sped up and began driving erratically N/B in the dirt lot. The vehicle drove over a culvert
at a high rate of speed, which appeared to have damaged the vehicle. As the driver attempted to flee at a high
rate of speed, the driver attempted to drive through a wire fence (located on the South side of Les Schwab Tires)
and got stuck. The vehicle was “boxed in” by the patrol car. The driver, Charles Kesselring, attempted to flee
on foot, but was quickly apprehended. The passenger, Jennifer Wall was taken into custody at the scene. The
vehicle was previously reported stolen out of Humboldt County. Officers located suspected methamphetamine
in the vehicle. Kesselring was wanted out of Humboldt County for carjacking, robbery, and terrorist threats.
Kesselring was also on active PRCS probation (Post Release Community Supervision) for auto theft.
Kesselring and Wall were lodged at the county jail, where Kesselring was additionally held on the Humboldt
County charges.

1 comment:

  1. Hey Chiv'a I am sorry you are having a bad day. Maybe you can find some one to love ❤ your side. Yup.