Killer Out On Parole: Part 2

I finally tracked down this jerk’s record.  Strangely he has two convictions that I know of.  Robbery and Grand Theft Auto.

It’s interesting to note that this jamoke (Not appropriate to use his name) was released from CA’s infamous Pelican Bay prison on April 16, 2016 and placed on some goofy local probation.  Apparently serving his time at the LA County jail.  If you’re not familiar with Pelican Bay, it’s CA’s Super Max.  Only the worst of the worst go there.

Whilst this mope was on parole or community release or whatever they call it in CA, he managed to get arrested a number of times for probation/parole violations and given short sentences in the LA County jail.

A picture, I won’t show, reveals facial, neck and full sleeve tatts.  This says TROUBLE and GANGBANGER to any cop from a rookie to a 26 year veteran like Wittier police Officer Keith Boyer.badge

Yes this guy was out and free to kill.  Which he did.  His cousin and Officer Boyer.

CA has recently passed a number of bills and propositions that let people like this out early.  OK, here’s the consequences.  I’m sure it’ll be repeated a number of times with other “early releases.”

Governor D-“Moonbeam” says they don’t have the money to build and staff prisons.  They sure have the money to spend on illegals, roads and dams..oh wait, not dams…they don’t have any money to spend on dams.

Ya reap what ya sow folks, ya reap what ya sow.



About Ken Dye

Having grown up in Missouri, Ken Dye graduated from Northeastern Missouri State University (now Truman State University) and served his country. When he returned to St. Louis, he joined the St. Louis County Police Department and served in the tactical operations unit, as an undercover narcotics and homicide detective, and with the intelligence bureaus. After 13 years, he moved to Chicago to work with the Illinois Criminal Justice Authority. He is the author of three books: two crime novels, Shadow of the Arch and Beyond the Shadow of the Arch and his new release Michael Brown, Jr. didn’t have to die, a non-fiction narrative. For more information about the author, visit
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