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Posted on May 25 at 7:33 a.m.

Rodger was seeing your mental health professionals on a regular basis. If we took into custody everyone who makes bizarre statements, only of couple of us would be able to post on this blog.

On Disturbing Details Released in Isla Vista Murders

Posted on May 23 at 6:20 p.m.

dprince and whosecityisthin2012,
Can you spell UNION? That's her only issue. Janet flip flopped on the beach "retreat" and I'm sure she is making the Goleta city people happy with her stand on revenue neutrality. I think this will be a close race.

On City Cops Endorse Wolf

Posted on May 23 at 3:55 p.m.

PORAC is a state-wide organization which handles insurance and legal defense for peace officers. It does not have anything to do with salaries. It's members and board are all active peace officers. The president, Mike Durant, is a Santa Barbara County Deputy Sheriff.

The Santa Barbara Police Association does not necessarily speak for the actual officers, rather they lobby for better pay and benefits. Roger Aceves has been retired for several years and probably doesn't know many or most of the current officers. Janet is all union, just as the POA is.

On City Cops Endorse Wolf

Posted on May 23 at 2:30 p.m.

PS I think Janet may have had some of her city sisters push on McGrew. It's all about paybacks - always has been.

On City Cops Endorse Wolf

Posted on May 23 at 2:13 p.m.

I'm surprised that the City Police Association got involved - Supervisor Wolf does't have anything formally to do with city departments. The city police have even gone against the Deputy Sheriff's Association, which Wolf does have a formal relationship with. Personalities, I think. I wouldn't give the city endorsement much weight on this one.

On City Cops Endorse Wolf

Posted on May 20 at 7:38 p.m.

You bring back good, albeit not healthy memories. Today's "force" drinks lattes and snacks on yogurt. UUUUgh

On Have Idling Sheriff Cars Wasted More than $1 Million?

Posted on May 15 at 3:30 a.m.

"Sheriff candidate Sandra Brown reported a $6,000 donation from civil libertarian Russell Trenholme" as reported in the Indy on 4/15. Hmmmm

On We Do Not Need a New Jail

Posted on May 12 at 8:53 a.m.

His name is Ryan Smith. He decided that with his new job at UCSB and his new family, it would be a stretch to run this term. He will be worth watching in the next 4 years in my opinion.

On Inside the Race for Sheriff of Santa Barbara County

Posted on May 11 at 10:14 p.m.

Sheriff Bill brown is not perfect. But he is the best qualified of the two candidates in this election - period.

On Inside the Race for Sheriff of Santa Barbara County

Posted on April 22 at 8:41 a.m.

You're welcome Priceless.

On Fire Official Admits to Stealing Union Funds

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