Articles Tagged with dissuading

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During the time that a couple was house sitting for a man, they have alleged that he recorded them while they were engaging in sexual intercourse, but that they had no knowledge of the presence of the filming equipment.

51-year-old Bryan Kent Neal is a retired officer that worked for the Vacaville Police Department for 22 years and left his position in 2016.

When Neal reportedly asked a woman and her partner to house sit for him while he was on vacation they became frisky while watching over the residence and had sex in his home.

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A San Juan Capistrano woman who said she was married to a firefighter started a fundraiser that was claimed to be support for active fire crews has been accused of accepting thousands of dollars in donations that she allegedly intended to keep for herself.

In August, posts on several social media sites containing pictures of a woman and a firefighter that she said was her husband were created in an attempt to ask the public for donations to assist the people working with him to contain the Holy Fire, which burned approximately 23,000 acres in Southern California.

After seeing the request for donations, several local establishments and individuals contributed their offerings to the cause by giving money and goods such as camping equipment, baby wipes, and other helpful items.

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In late March, a woman showed up at the Cabazon sheriff’s office and reported that her son had assaulted her. The man was arrested and charged for the allegations.

On March 20, when a woman came into the sheriff’s office in Cabazon, California, and told them that her adult son had violently attacked her they investigated her claims and arrested 32-year-old Richard Anthony Diaz on suspicion of being the perpetrator the assault.

After their first review of the evidence the police believed that Diaz had intended to kill his 54-year-old mother, whose name has not been disclosed, and he was reprimanded for attempted murder. Those charges were amended and he was then facing a lesser charge of assault with a deadly weapon. Because it is suspected that he used them to assault her, his hands are the weapon that they allege was the instrument employed in the attack.