Sep 142018

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By now, you’ve read countless stories about misconduct and cover-ups within the Sheriff’s Department.

There have been numerous major crimes related to RSO employees under Stan Sniff’s watch and the standard procedure is to cover them up. Sometimes, they are aided and abetted by the local media.

Recently, Correctional Deputy Jason Gordon Wenker assaulted his baby causing major injury. He has yet to be tried for the crime and is presumed innocent until proven guilty. (I think he is going to prison)

January 2016, Correctional Deputy and “Pastor” Mark Anderson was arrested by US Marshalls for Pedophilia.  A Blythe Publication had the story. Here is a FB note from El Centro PD and here is a story from an Imperial Valley publication about him pleading guilty.  Note – nothing in the Desert Sun or the Riverside Press-Enterprise.

The Kevin Duffy Case from 2010? Other than KMIR, nothing. As you recall, Stan Sniff and crew covered up the serial child molestation of this guy. It is alleged that Sniff and crew arranged to let him go home post arrest so he could commit suicide. Once Duffy Killed himself, the case was covered up. It is thought that Duffy molested upwards of 200 children over a period of 20 years. The KMIR story is here. Click here to see our expose’ on the Kevin Duffy Story as we dug deeper than KMIR and spoke to people with direct knowledge of the case. Note – nothing in the Desert Sun or the Press-Enterprise.

Captain Nordstrom? He was alleged to have been torturing his daughter and got away with it in a PSB whitewash.

Dale Long? He got sloppy drunk after a binge and murdered someone in cold blood in a bar. To this day, the Lieutenant that was drinking with him remains widely unknown.

Raymond Gregory – the former Assistant Sheriff turned Candidate for Cathedral City Council has a string of police calls to his house and an investigation in to sexual misconduct with a minor that went nowhere.

Oscar Rodriguez? He murdered the ex-Boyfriend of his girlfriend at the time. He nearly got away with it were it not for the family suing him and him taking the 5th on every question in the lawsuit deposition. The department paid out $7 Million on the lawsuit. PSB went on a witch hunt to cover up for their embarrassment, they shook down the whole staff there, terminating a deputy at Thermal Station (for something completely unrelated to Rodriguez) and eventually netting the termination of Captain Andrew Shouse. (While Schiavone continues to be employed despite his foibles – see how that works?) Rodriguez had pre-meditated the murder and insiders tell me he took steps to evade detection even fooling the Coroner. Nevertheless, the department did the usual and attempted to button this up. (Note, Rodriguez has not been convicted yet, it is my opinion that he is guilty of Capitol Murder)

If you’ve read the blog for any length of time, you’ve seen names like Chief Deputy Jason “Deuce” Horton alleged to have gotten away with a DUI, Lyndon Raymond “the Executioner” Wood who has skull tattoos commemorating everyone he has clipped in the line of duty, Lt. Robert “Gunslinger” Rose of the pulling guns on civilians (twice!) capers, Lt. Aaron $300K in overtime Kent, Sgt.-Lt Christian Dekkker, and a host of others that have gotten away with misconduct for years. Heck, even Stan Sniff flashes his badge to get out of traffic tickets!

But a deputy that took a picture of himself in Uniform holding a Chad Bianco sign got a 2 week suspension without pay, at the same time the universally loathed and hated Christian Dekkker got promoted to Lieutenant despite having done dozens of deeds far worse than posing for a photo with a Stan Sniff Sign. (Since Dekkker is rarely seen in uniform, that is an unlikely scenario)

Captain Leonard “Lenny” Purvis was one of Sniff’s top fixers, involved in covering up the Kevin Duffy Case and the Massive Investigator Test Cheating Scandal. (Which only made the Desert Sun) I’ve dedicated a lot of blog space to Purvis as he has been designated to keep Chad Bianco in a cooler.

If the above does not have you worried about what kind of people work in management for the Sheriff’s Department under Stan Sniff’s watch, get a load of the last segment of today’s installment of the corruption chronicles. It pertains to the Indio Jail.

Remember the Tammy Smoak Story? PSB is lining up to grill her on 7-24, and it is my belief that is happening because she talked to me. Well, one of the stories in the Smoak file is a gun that made it in to the Southwest Detention Center – conveniently re-named Cois Byrd just before Byrd endorsed the Sniffmeister’s Re-Election.

Well, it turns out that an inmate got a gun in to the Indio Jail. The inmate was already housed before another inmate tipped off the guards she had a gun and was going to clip another inmate she was having a fight with. This happened about a year ago. Has anyone heard about it? Of course not… PSB to the rescue!

You’re probably asking yourself… “Self? How the hell are inmates getting narcotics and guns in to the jail?”

It starts with Assistant Sheriff Jerry Guitierrez! (Welcome to the RightonDaily Blog) Guitierrez made a brilliant command decision to change a practice known as “Potty Watch”. This was a procedure where a suspected inmate was made to have three movements under a specific set of circumstances to make sure no contraband was in their orifice(s). It was a pretty effective means to catch convicts in the act of smuggling stuff in to the jail.

Instead, the brilliance of Guitierrez led to an order to get rid of the “Potty Watch” and instead take the scumbag to a medical exam. What if the dope is hidden in something that does not show up in an MRI or an X-Ray. DOH! What if they forget to take the inmate to the doctor? A female inmate ends up getting a gun in to the jail!

Now I understand how Guitierrez qualified to be an Assistant Sheriff. It is also rumored that the Indio Jail is without a Captain, this is because Guitierrez intends to demote to Captain from Assistant Sheriff. Obviuosly, people are making contingency plans for the anticipated results of the November election. We’ve also heard that Misha Graves (now a Chief Deputy) is also having buyer’s remorse, but there is no Captain slot being opened for her. (But Stan did get to use her promotion as a campaign prop)

You just simply do not have this sort of a string of crime being committed by law enforcement if there is an honest culture in the department. Since the State of California is obsessed with letting Criminals off the hook easy and fostering an anti-cop culture, I have zero hope that Xavier Becerra will take a break from suing the Trump Administration to investigate and prosecute the corruption in the Riverside Sheriff’s Office.

I also know 100% there will be little, if any local media coverage because they are afraid of the tyrannical Sheriff… so RightonDaily will continue on.

  5 Responses to “Stan Sniff Update: Corruption Chronicles, Indio Jail Cover-Ups and a String of Major Crimes by Sheriff’s Office Employees Belie the Failure of Sniff Leadership”

  1. I am disgusted to work for this department and I am embarrassed that Stan Sniff is my Sheriff. What a Piece of shit.

  2. Robert Rose is no gunslinger. Rose is more of a drifter, going from station to station looking to find a place where he can manipulate the subordinates into his way of doing things, which is nothing more than wishful thinking on his part. A real gunslinger does not point guns at civilians like this marauder does.

  3. It’s just hit after hit, isn’t it? Amazing this administration has the support of a few clingers, you know, clingers? The shit that sticks to a dog’s ass sometimes.

    Like the poo, these clingers need to be wiped out and stripped of any further responsibility so they cannot damage the department further.

    Jerry went up the ranks from a measly correctional deputy all the way to AS. Managed to do this without working the streets, pushing a sled, working graveyard on patrol. But you better call him, “Sir!” Because they all demand it. And it’s been cronyism ever since. Protecting Marty all of this time like a momma protects her s-s-s-slow child.

    I’ve often said Riverside Sheriff’s is like Area 51 with regards to the news. The PE proudly displayed Lehmann and Haugen back in ‘97 the POS publication that it is.

    Deputy Graves made the front page of the PE back in the day, (booking photo with tears in his eyes) but his indiscretion wasn’t heinous like molesting boys or beating a baby or MURDER.

    This administration claims transparency but in reality they all have a broom and dustpan at the ready to keep their malfeasance out of the public eye. It’s shameful in a time when these cover ups will come back to haunt department members (like the cheating scandal) because the public blames ALL OF US.

    They only care about their ability to take what they can and leave with their big ass pension packages and consultation gigs on the side. It’s abhorrent.

    Let’s all hope November’s election changes all of this.

    In the meantime, watch Sniffcompoop and company party like it’s 1999 and ready themselves for when he has to leave office.

    Jerry apparently has a spot, Pecker Ray? Purvert? Chrome Dome? Evans and the rest? Check your retirement and get ready for the big payday if you’ve saved your sick leave and vacation.

    Stand by for more dodos making rank.

    Spread the word, keep momentum for Bianco and help him win!



  4. The Law Enforcement Management Union contract, currently ratified and in effect, specifically disallows anyone from demoting back into the union. Some may be concerned upon hearing at-will workers may possibly demote back to former positions. Our contract is solid and no provision allows such a move by Sniff.

    In short, don’t worry about this possibility and VOTE FOR CHAD BIANCO for SHERIFF!!!!

  5. who can you trust to expose the truth for you guys against these wicked people.

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