Tuesday, October 17, 2017

Neighborhood Watch deputy retires instead

  It appears that Calaveras Sheriff deputy Corporal Tom Oldham has retired rather than be part of the DiBasilio campaign committee's Neighborhood Watch.

  We know Oldham as the deputy who shot a suspect and killed him in Arnold and whom we made various complaints against over the years.

Sheriff's department wants another $600,000 years for BAN

    During the Calaveras Supervisor BAN meeting, the Sheriff's office stated that they want another $600,000 a year to enforce the ban and more medical insurance because of chemicals, steep terrain, machetes and chain saws they use.

   This Sheriff's department says they will enforce the laws; but if they BAN, they will see more illegal grows than ever and it will cost the county money!!

Animal abuse on the RISE??? Women and certain VETS???

This woman looks very familiar; like one we know
who poisoned our poor dog!!!
  As you know the Sierra Sentinel is well aware personally of animal abuse in Calaveras County and have been subjected to it by neighbors.

   Some believe only men could abuse animals,

Supervisor Clapp blamed for crime in Rancho Calaveras

  On October 17, 2017 a member of the public asked Supervisor Clapp what he was doing about the crime problem in Rancho Calaveras.

Alcoholism and tobacco are biggest threat

   While the so-called Christian right pretends that Cannabis is the worst health risk in the world, and want it banned, a member of the public today got up at the Calaveras Supervisors and read the FACTS: Alcohol and tobacco

Calaveras Supervisors to make decision on BAN

   The Calaveras Supervisors are meeting today in the Board Chambers to make a decision on the Cannabis ban, recommended by the so-called Christians

DaVinci painting worth $100 million...

This long lost DaVinci painting will be
auctioned off and is expected to bring
$100 million.

Fire in Santa Cruz Mountains

   October 17, 2017 at 8:30 AM:  Per CalFire a new fire has been reported off Bear Creek Road in the Santa Cruz Mountains near Los Gatos. It has been named the Bear Fire.

   Reported at around 10:30 PM on October 16, 2017 the fire is now 125 acres and has no containment.  Evacuations are taking place.