April 2022

Inspector honored by Tri-Valley Knights of Columbus Award Apr 29, 2022

Alameda County District Attorney’s Office Inspector III Eugene Guerrero was recognized with the Tri-Valley Knights of Columbus award for his bravery during an incident on Jan. 6, 2021. He was honored at the Red, Blue and Gold Awards Banquet on April 22.

Inspector Guerrero’s keen sense and quick response interrupted two violent and dangerous individuals during an armed carjacking and robbery. His use of good tactics and quick action prevent an innocent victim from being robbed and potentially shot.

Inspector Guerrero’s actions and bravery, while under fire, were in the highest tradition, values, and mission of the Alameda County District Attorney’s Office.

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DENIM DAY 2022 Apr 28, 2022

Denim Day is a campaign that takes place during Sexual Assault Awareness Month. We wear denim to show solidarity with survivors, raise awareness, and educate others about all forms of sexual violence.

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NATIONAL CRIME VICTIMS’ RIGHTS WEEK: LABOR TRAFFICKING PANEL Apr 13, 2022

ALAMEDA COUNTY DA ANNOUNCES CHARGES IN OAKLAND, TWIN PEAKS ARMED ROBBERIES Apr 12, 2022

Four suspects accused of armed robberies in Oakland, San Francisco

OAKLAND – Alameda County District Attorney Nancy E. O’Malley announces charges have been filed against four defendants accused of multiple robbery charges throughout the Bay Area, including the armed robbery of a film crew in San Francisco.

Defendants Deleon Miller, Torrion King, Teddy Williams were charged with four counts of felony second-degree robbery for robberies that occurred in both San Francisco and Alameda Counties on March 25 and March 28. King was additionally charged with two counts of felony possession of a firearm with prior conviction, and Miller with felony possession of ammunition by a prohibited person. Both King and Miller have prior felony convictions from Alameda County; King was on parole at the time of his arrest and Miller on felony probation.

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STATEMENT FROM DA NANCY O’MALLEY REGARDING THE MARIO GONZALEZ CASE: Apr 8, 2022

“I want to acknowledge the pain and concerns in our community over the killing of Mr. Gonzalez. This is true any time a situation involving police officers ends with the death of another. My sincere condolences go out to the family of Mr. Gonzalez at the time of his death and during this difficult time.

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DA AND AG ANNOUNCE 5.5 MILLION SETTLEMENT AGAINST DISH FOR ILLEGAL DISPOSAL OF HAZARDOUS WASTE Apr 6, 2022

OAKLAND – Alameda County District Attorney Nancy E. O’Malley and California Attorney General Rob Bonta today announced a settlement with DISH Network California Service Corporation (DISH) for the illegal disposal and mismanagement of hazardous waste.

As part of the settlement, DISH will be required to pay $5.5 million for penalties, costs, supplemental environmental compliance measures and supplemental environmental projects to benefit the community and make significant changes to its operations and practices to come into compliance with state law.

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PEOPLE V GARCIA Apr 1, 2022

On March 16, 2022, a jury found defendant Raul Pinzon Garcia guilty of allegations of sexual assault against two victims.

The jury found the defendant guilty of sex crimes with a child 10 or under, forcible lewd act upon a child and other related offenses.

Starting from approximately 5 to 6 years old, Jane Doe 1 was molested by her biological father. The defendant committed multiple acts of sexual abuse on her until she was 11-years-old and her mom witnessed one incident of assault. Through tears, Jane Doe 1 explained to her mom what she had been going through at the defendant’s hands.

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