Category Archives: remembering sheriff work

Book Launch Event, Friday March 24, 2017

DATE AND TIME Fri, March 24, 2017 7:00 PM – 11:00 PM PDT LOCATION The Mezzanine at LA Biergarten 750 South Broadway Los Angeles, CA 90015 Ticket Price $25 Website for Tickets https://www.eventbrite.com/e/x-cop-x-con-book-launch-party-tickets-32398446626   From distinguished Deputy Sheriff, to disgraced … Continue reading

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new documentary featuring Roberto Juarez

for your information I am featured in a new documentary entitled “raised by the badge” producers are my sons, Nicholas Juarez and Michael Juarez. please go to Facebook.com/Raised by the badge. in post production now contact nic.caperfilmsla@gmail.com   Raised by the … Continue reading

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“Following”

“Following” Death never sleeps Its rounds are endless, its judgment swift I follow death, on this my shift To save a life, this is my wish A new born child left out to die Death stops and looks, it walks … Continue reading

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Decrease use of cocaine and crack: Public Radio

National Public Radio had a good story on the decreasing usage of cocaine and crack.  They cover several different aspects of the drug trade:  consumers, culture, producers, and law enforcement. One change in the overall trade is how the Colombian … Continue reading

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Production photos for upcoming documentary “Crack in the System”

Here is the link to some photos taken during my interview by producer Nicholas Damien, for upcoming Marc Levin documentary to be released winter of 2013 http://instagram.com/nicholasdamien

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Sheriff Baca and Undersheriff Tanaka: Maddus in LA Weekly

Gene Maddaus wrote a great article in the LA Weekly this week about the history of Sheriff Lee Baca and Undersheriff Paul Tanaka.  The article details their relationship within the LASD and how the Men’s Central Jail problems have evolved. … Continue reading

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I Don’t Shake Hands

One night while on patrol, we responded to a motorist needs assistance call.  A driver ran out of gas near a petroleum refinery.   While looking for a gas station, he and his passenger ended up on side road adjacent … Continue reading

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