Aug 132018
 

Did you know that Jason Horton caused the County to Get Sued? Perhaps this is why the Corona Police Department turned his application down when he attempted to lateral out of the RSO? Oh, you didn’t know that either? Yup, we broke this news here on the Right on Daily Blog a month ago.

Did you know that Jason Horton’s alleged DUI may be a separate incident from this accident that resulted in a personal injury lawsuit? While I have no proof that Horton got away with a DUI, it is widely believed amongst the rank and file.

However, what I do have proof of is an accident where Horton was talking on his cell phone travelling at a high rate of speed when he climbed up the left side of a civilian’s car.

Read the lawsuit here.

On Page 3 is the first key element – The license plate of the Deucemobile is mentioned. 6EUH192. Please see the embedded photo, you will note that the recently discovered totalled 2008 Ford Crown Victoria matches the lawsuit complaint.

I suppose until we get more information of the allegedly covered up DUI, that we can say that “Deuce” refers to two injured civilians.

If you continue down page 3, you will see that Horton ran a Red Light while talking on his cell phone and hit the plaintiffs in the lawsuit. A check of records shows that Horton did NOT receive a citation for breaking TWO (another Deuce) traffic laws. Most be nice to be one of Stan Sniff’s Chiefs, similar to Stan Sniff flashing his badge to get out of traffic tickets… here we go again.

Normally, wrecking a county vehicle results in a “PERS” aka, a disciplinary hearing against the employee who wrecked the vehicle. As of the writing of this blog, there is no known disciplinary hearing or procedure against Jason Horton. Were it not for finding this lawsuit, the whole thing may well have been completely covered up from the public despite the lawsuit proceeding.

The County, rather than being smart and settling the lawsuit – chose to deny the claim, instead going to litigation. This is similar to County Admin’s Pattern of abuse of Worker’s Compensation Claims.

Note – Horton hit the victim’s car on the left side so hard that it was moved 20 feet from the collision. This is of course why the county’s vehicle was destroyed in the process. Did Horton get 2 DMV Points as a result of this (An accident with Bodily Injury is 2 points and causes you to lose your California Good Driver Status for 3 years)?

So Deuce means, a 2 point accident, 2 victims, 2 violations of traffic law in the case of Jason “DeuceX3” Horton. Were Horton’s case properly handled, he’d have 4 DMV Points – a 2 pt Accident, a Red Light Ticket and a Cell Phone Ticket. I will lay odds that he shows nothing on his MVR and CLUE reports. (Remember, my day job is Insurance)

Officer Christopher Wilson and Officer Hatzidakes of the Riverside PD Responded to the Accident. While I am sure they had no idea that the stuff Horton did disappeared (I am basing this on the fact I could find nothing in records checks about Horton having any tickets in the last 3 years), I’d sure love to talk to them and see if they observed the presence of Alcohol on Horton’s Breath. Maybe there are other details they could tell me. Perhaps someone can find the Riverside Police Department Report about the accident?

The Civil Claim also indicates they are asking for an amount in excess of $250,000. Ouch.

The County and Jason Horton’s Defense? Absurd.

  1. I didn’t do it
  2. The Family Caused It
  3. Unknown 3rd Party Caused It
  4. I may have caused it, but family incurred risk of collision by getting in their car
  5. Family is partly to blame so damages, if any should be reduced
  6. Family didn’t do enough to mitigate their own damages
  7. Even though Horton Caused the Accident, he was careful and reasonable and did not do anything wrong so the family should not get any money.

Sounds an awful lot like the absurd and inane excuses the county uses to further injure injured employees by denying care and litigating Worker’s Comp Claims.

Where was the PERS on Horton?

Where are the two tickets he should have gotten?

Where is the DMV Record of the Accident?

Why was the destroyed vehicle hidden for a YEAR? (The accident was on 8-10-2017 according to the lawsuit)

Another Stan Sniff cover up of broken laws by his chosen employees… to be continued.

P.S. Horton was born 12/1969. This means he is 48 like Kevin Vest and can not draw his pension for at least a year after the election. Sad.

  6 Responses to “Team Stan Sniff Update: More on the cover up of Jason “Deuce” Horton’s Traffic Violations and ON THE JOB ACCIDENT”

  1. Holy fuck Park how do you do this? The CIA should hire you to find Jimmy Hoffa and the second shooter on the grassy knoll. Nothing about the second floor surprises me anymore after reading this blog the last few months. Disgusting individuals. Horton it looks like your lame ass cameo appearance on COPS will be the highlight of your career.

  2. It’s not uncommon for these corrupt individuals to conceal their misconduct for their own benefit, it’s like what was said on another blog posting, “all animals are equal, but some are MORE equal then others.”

    A former Captain at the Lake Elsinore Station got into a T/C on his property, and the joke was that the second floor had that Captain generate his own PERS, and that he found the tree he backed into at fault. So I would not be surprised if Jason Horton wrote his own I.A. investigation on his traffic collision.

    The way it’s suppose to work is that the higher you go in the Department, the more accountable you are for your actions and behavior, but not at RSO. If your well liked (aka “in the club”), or reach mid-level manager or above, then the rules don’t apply to you.

    A good Deputy was driving down a dirt road in the rain at about 25 mph and hit a pot hole that was covered by the water that had accumulated due to the rain. The second floor deemed that T/C preventable and the Deputy got hours. All this did was hurt morale because discipline was not warranted. Granted the Deputy could have fought it, but is that the hill you want to die on, not under this regime when management by threats and intimidation are the law of the land. The second floor disciplines the rank and file for any minor inconvenience, but managers and above get a pass for their misconduct.

  3. So…our executive staff, The 2nd Floor, gets diplomatic immunity AND THEY’RE NOT DIPLOMATS? WTF?!?

    Just as it’s always been.

    Whether Horton Hears a Hoo was under the influence cannot be proven now. The matrix demands he be disciplined (but we ditch that when you kiss the magic ring).

    It is rumored he’s an experienced alcoholic and he loves him a cocktail before, during, and after work. Poor Jackie…she could’ve done so much better but may be taking care of a man child who wants his bah-bah (the one filled with Jack). Does she scream, “Don’t take the car! You’ll kill yourself!!” as he blazes off their driveway and down the street to the next bar? If so, there’s a big group named after three little letters you might google and join.

    Amazing how the “higher standard” applies to those they want to punish as they turn their blind (and drunken eyes, if I were on that floor, I’d be drinking heavily) eyes on the fuckery they do.

    A new sheriff MUST hold the department’s leaders to a standard above the rank and file. This should begin with who is “hand picked” or “invited out of retirement.” Their demeanor, their lives, their ability to do the right thing has already been proven. What kind of background check is done for their selection? A board game? Darts?

    Of course, NONE OF THEM have lead clean lives, including the atheist Der Fürher!

    Jason: there’s no shame in getting help. A strong man recognizes his weaknesses. Jackie should be driving you to those meetings. No shame. There are many out there who have this sickness.

    As for the other sickness, Bianco is the cure!!

    VOTE FOR BIANCO!!

    BIANCO FOR SHERIFF – 2018!!

  4. Jackie could have done much better, but she saw how driven Jason was and decided to go along for the ride. The problem is you don’t marry a liability and expect there to be no problems in your life. And Jackie knew what she was getting into with homeboy Horton and his “I drink alone” syndrome. But if I worked on the second floor with DiYorio, jeghead Vest, Ray “I thought he had a gun” Wood, and the rest of the misfit toys, the Presidential Lounge would appreciate my patronage. Or are you going low budget Jason and hitting Arts Bar. So when life comes crashing down around you come November, you know why you are sent packing.

  5. Jackie was no better a leader, when she was on Mo.Val. SET, there would be times where she would be home and supervise the team over the phone. And yes, she could have made better choices in her life, but we make the bed we sleep in, and if we make our bed hard, we have no one to blame but ourselves. Jason, no one believes you when you come to the stations and tell us how great the Department is because we see the idiots getting promoted over good, competent people only because they have drank the Stan Sniff Koolaid, But you have too, so your just as guilty as the rest of the second floor privateers in screwing over the rank and file. Let’s just hope Jackie makes Captain before November because at least you will have an income to support you until you can draw your retirement in two years. I just wonder how loyal you will be to the second floor when questioned by the grand jury Jason.

  6. Not going to waste too much time on this post. Jason Horton is a piece of shit who should’ve been fired many years ago when he was fucking his trainees, cheated on promotional exam with his tramp of a wife. If it wasn’t for his daddy working behind the scenes paying off people he would’ve never been promoted. He’s the last guy you want to be teaching ethics at the Academy.

    Time to drain the swamp and get rid of these unethical pieces of shit on the second floor.

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