Chad Bianco will be years cleaning up the department. I’d have thought that dealing with Bob Epps and the Bomb Squad as well as the cover up of the Kevin Duffy serial child molestation scandal would have been at the top of the list, but a year in I’ve seen no updates on either.
Why are some of Sniff’s people still in charge of stuff?
The bottom line about former Chief Deputy Ron Dye – he got popped in a prostitution sting. (One of those “Victimless Crimes” that libertarian anarchists and sexual deviants want to legalize)
On Thursday, January 9, 2020, at the direction of Sheriff Chad Bianco, Temecula Special Teams coordinated a comprehensive “John” prostitution and narcotic sting operation in the city of Temecula. This operation was conducted primarily as a prostitution sting, which targeted male “Johns,” soliciting an undercover female deputy for sexual favors in exchange for money. During the operation, Temecula Special Teams simultaneously worked a narcotic investigation targeting subjects with active warrants known to buy/sell illegal narcotics. During this operation, the following 10 people were arrested and booked at the Cois Byrd Detention Center:
Jeir Castillo, HMA, 25-year-old resident of Lake Elsinore, Ca. / Prostitution
Anthony Garcia, HMA, 21-year-old resident of Temecula, Ca. / Prostitution
Ron Dye, WMA, 72-year-old resident of Murrieta, Ca. / Prostitution
Everett Mays, BMA, 53-year-old resident of Temecula, Ca. / Prostitution
Chad Nehlsen, WMA, 41-year-old resident of Murrieta, Ca. / Prostitution
Daniel Wolff (WMA, 31-year-old resident of Temecula, Ca. / Prostitution
Juan Juan, HMA, 46-year-old resident of Wildomar, Ca. / Prostitution
Alfredo Becerra, HMA, 33-year-old Temecula transient / Possession of Illegal Narcotics and Felony Violation of Probation
Derrick Kendrick, BMA, 25-year-old resident of Winchester, Ca. / Possession of Illegal Narcotics
William Blackmon, WMA, 38-year-old Menifee transient / Possession of Illegal Narcotics and Felony Warrant
Ron Dye also donated $6,000 to Stan Sniff.
According to inside sources who I spoke to during and after the 2018 campaign, Dye was a jerk to anyone that disagreed with him and was used as a hatchet man while in the second floor. Dye was also alleged to have been working on some sort of lucrative contract out in Indio (referred to as “the desert”) where he was a Station Captain before becoming one of Stan Sniff’s butt-monkeys.
I received notification of this arrest several times suggesting that Dye was a universally loathed figure within the Riverside Sheriff’s Department.
The ghosts of Stan Sniff are all over and still active. I hope soon, I can give some updates about corruption being prosecuted, more of sniff’s goons being fired and real progress on the Kevin Duffy Cover-Up amongst others.
To be continued…
The original mascot of the Right on Daily Blog
It was December of 2009, the Red County Blog had taken $25,000 from the Meg Whitman for Governor Campaign. Then, 4 days later they expelled me from the Red County Blog. A week later, the Right on Daily Blog was born. This was done so I would have independence from anyone else’s system. That was 12-16-2009
Mrs. Park gets the credit for the name Right on Daily Blog – it was her idea.
I had actually started blogging in 2003 I used the Blogger/Blogspot Platform and had a blog called the Roseville Conservative. A variety of things happened and in 2006 I was invited onto the Red County System.
(Note, Red County went defunct as its’ founder ended up with some major legal trouble)
Those of you that read this blog read it because of the subject matter and my unique writing style. I like to think it was my memes.
Some people tried to throw me off the Placer GOP Cent Com for this one. (This was in response to the Bee Article in 7-11-2011 that quoted Gaines and LaMalfa attacking my brother, then the treasurer of the Placer GOP)
I’ve been kicked off more than one blog platform because the owners can’t handle the fire. But no one can ban the Right on Daily Blog.
Here are some of my Greatest Hits as a Blogger (all but Item #1 were on the Right on Daily Blog):
- Helped Tom McClintock defeat Doug Ose in what was then the 2nd most expensive Congressional Race in History. 2008
- Almost Single-Handedly took down a Judge Candidate in Amador County 2012 (Jeff Seaton vs now Judge Hermanson)
- Broke the news of deranged legislative staffer Steve Davey’s Termination 2 years before the Assembly Rules Committee’s #METOO Report Came out. 2017
- Blew up Assemblyman Tim Donnelly exposing him as one of the biggest frauds in California Republican Politics. 2014 – Present
- Played a Major Role in unseating a corrupt incumbent Sheriff in Riverside County (Stan Sniff) 2018
- Played a Major Role in the John Cox for Governor Primary, then ended up helping the CAGOP Chair Campaign of Travis Allen who I opposed on behalf of Cox. 2018-2019. How I pulled that off I will never know… but hey, I have both their numbers in my cell phone!
- Should Bill Brough lose in March of 2020, he’d be the second major take-down of an incumbent by the Right on Daily Blog. We broke story after story about William “Bill” Brough and got statewide media mentions of Right on Daily and coverage in our efforts to unseat a corrupt incumbent. Brough has been abandoned by the OCGOP and the CAGOP due in no small part to his exposure on Right on Daily.
- Blasted Karen England so bad that she cut and ran to Nevada after spending years trying to destroy your intrepid blogger. 2011-2015
- Wrote detailed posts about an array of fraudulent ballot measures. Stop SB48, SB277, SB777, and others, Sometimes the Right on Daily Blog was the only source of the truth about these fraudulent efforts. 2010-current
- Participated in running a dozen democrats out of local office over the last decade. See below for a sample of some mail we helped write in addition to the blogs!
We helped unseat a democrat supervisor in Placer County in 2018!
This dates back to a 2010 US Senate Race Republican Primary. I will never forget Orly Taitz
Then of course your intrepid blogger gets fan mail. Lots of it. Sometimes, we get paper mail like this:
Sent to my insurance agency HQ, a hand written note.
Well, unless God calls my number, I will be here for another decade! I can’t wait for all the fun…
P.S. The very first story on Right On Daily? We blasted former Rocklin Mayor Peter Hill for leaving the GOP. His reason? The Placer GOP opposed a park tax measure he was pushing and opposed a $500 Million Sierra College Bond Measure. The more things change, the more they stay the same.
Blogger’s Note: My source data for this blog are several Sacramento Bee Articles, plus interviews with capitol people and of course my own personal opinion of Gavin Newsom.
On Halloween, Gavin Newsom was talking about passing out candy. In a self-promoting press conference, Newsom told attendees that AT&T had announced it would credit consumers whose cell service was impacted by the blackouts. The implication was that he had made it happen. “AT&T, to their credit, sent out a notification yesterday about crediting people, along the lines of what PG&E did as well, to at least acknowledge as a base minimum the disruption of their data plans and their cell service. That’s novel. I would like to say it’s not, but it is, for a telecommunication company to actually even acknowledge that. It’s a step in the right direction. Baby step in the right direction, but we have an enormous amount of work to do in that space as well.”
Gavin Newsom is running for President in 2024. He is not interested in dealing with extreme environmental laws, nuiscance lawsuits, “Inverse Condemnation” (where public utilities are held liable for acts of God) or the extreme cost of doing business.
It is all about feel-good soundbytes, like his absurd “Global Warming” (now called climate change because people are now predicting an Ice Age again) speech with regard to wildfires.
PG&E, the corporate cowards that they are, have never once fought back against the regulations that have made maintenance near impossible on their aging equipment. Instead, they poured money in to people like Gavin Newsom. True to form, now that PG&E are a swear word in California, Newsom is piling on:
California Gov. Gavin Newsom wants PG&E to give $100 to each of the hundreds of thousands of customers who experienced blackouts last week when the company shut off power to swaths of Northern California. “‘Californians should not pay the price for decades of PG&E’s greed and neglect,’ Newsom announced on Monday. ‘PG&E’s mismanagement of the power shutoffs experienced last week was unacceptable. We will continue to hold PG&E accountable to make radical changes – prioritizing the safety of Californians and modernizing its equipment.’” Somehow, Gavin Newsom picked numbers out of his tail, saying that PG&E should give each residential customer affected by the outage a $100 credit or rebate. Gavin Newsom urged the company to provide $250 to affected small businesses.
He said this on 10-14-2019
So did Gavin Newsom shake down PG&E?
After Newsom 10-29-2019 inaccurately claiming that PG&E had agreed to rebates/credits as he suggested, it appears that the weak-kneed leadership of PG&E acquiesced.
“The one-time rebate will only apply to the roughly 738,000 customers who lost power in the Oct. 9 shutoffs. There are no current plans for similar rebates for the three shutoffs that have followed since then, said PG&E spokesperson Tamar Sarkissian, but the utility is ‘open to having a policy discussion with state regulators and others.’
Gavin Newsom will use this in his upcoming Re-Election and for his Presidential Campaign. The timing of things happening makes it clear to this blogger that Gavin Newsom shook down the company from whom he took $209,000 in campaign cash. What did he threaten to do to PG&E?
Then a couple days later, AT&T announces free stuff. Did Gavin Newsom shake them down too?
Watch the pattern, folks – Gavin Newsom wants to break up or even better yet turn PG&E in to a government-run utility. If successful, this would be another centerpiece for his campaign.
AT&T and PG&E are fools for trying to deal with the rabid left. It won’t end well and they will become campaign fodder… to be continued…
Take a look at this map. This is one of the four finalists and in my opinion is the front-runner for adoption. Note how District 1 and District 2 are missing a whole bunch of houses and streets? This is because this map is based on 2010.
It has been put to me by several people that Dominick Casey, the City Manager of Roseville says he fears a lawsuit by the social justice warriors more than the one Myself and others are threatening. This is likely due to Mr. Casey having tunnel vision and being a leftist himself – thus placing higher value on the opinions of fellow liberals. Mr. Casey should ask the members of the Roseville City Council who know me, or either supervisor that represent Roseville about my history. I don’t bluff.
It’s too bad that Mr. Casey wants to cost the city tens of thousands of dollars in legal fees and punitive damages because of political tunnel vision.
Look at District 1 and 2. Both of those districts stand to be significantly higher in population than the other three districts in the city. This is a voting rights violation.
Also note that I had posited that two of the prime movers behind this all too early push for districts are obsessed with becoming mayor. Primarily, Scott Alvord who lives out in the West End of what would become District 2.
Several people I know have presented the idea of a Mayor elected city-wide, but those fixated on becoming mayor are having none of it. The City of Roseville has it’s charter written up so that the Mayor is chosen by being the top vote-getter in the prior election.
Note – the 3 odd districts are in one election and the 2 evens in the other according to plans I have heard.
There are a few other questions – given that the city has a spending limit that is a function of population, how is that resolved? The City limits campaign spending to $1.50 per registered voter. If Scott Alvord’s district is 30% larger how is that not against voting rights law for him to be able to spend more than the others?
Given that Pauline Roccucci and Scott Alvord appear to be fixated on the Mayor slot (according to multiple people present for city council meetings and Roseville Chamber Meetings) it appears to be another violation of the law to select a mayor from a district whose population is some 30% more than the others.
Why not elect a mayor citywide?
It is time for the Council-members to come clear to everyone about their personal agendas and it is time for Dominic Casey to stop minimizing those of us calling for sanity in the redistricting process. The social justice warriors have not even sent Roseville a letter yet (but they have sent one to Lincoln). There are not enough non-white people in Roseville to create a nexus for a false discrimination narrative that is the nexus for the threatened lawsuits against other cities.
Come clear about the agenda.
Take those of us on the west side of town who actually live here seriously.