68 years old
Retired Public Safety Consultant
Raised on a ranch in Riverside, CA, off to San Diego Military Academy, San Diego State. Adult life spent in Orange County building several businesses. Eventually produced seminars and trade shows within law enforcement and public safety arena. Came to Sacramento in 1994 at the invitation of Attorney General Dan Lungren to volunteer at DOJ providing civilian oversight of VCIN (Violent Crime Information Network). California had suffered unacceptable deaths of law enforcement officers in the line of duty at the hands of violent convicted felons the previous year. I found Sacramento having a lack of concern over public and police officer safety. Crimewatch was established to be a voice for the city's police officers and concerned citizen. Since 2001 I serve as CEO of a California non profit public benefit corporation proving emergency services to injured military personnel returning home and military families in times of crisis.
On September 25 at 12:37pm I posted the following to the City of Sacramento's Facebook Page. STOP THIEF!!! Yes! City of Sacramento, I'm talking about you! Where is the credit due property owners from the Utility Department not providing services you continue to bill monthly. You bill "The Claw" as one line item and "Street Sweeping" on another. NEWSFLASH! The City's street sweepers have been MIA for months at a time. Our gutters fill with dirt, trash and leafs. Left in place, it turns to mulch and then dust. It goes airborne, we breathe it and it building up on our building's exteriors, patios and roofs. This photo is evidence we have to do the City's job about every two weeks on "Stree