The Landhousing Security guard, who did not identify himself and whose name I do not know, assaulted me:He threatened to shoot me, (see photo and tape), on May 2, 2017, while I was parking my bike at Mom Supermarket, 5111 Edinger Ave. Santa Ana, Ca., 92704. (714) 839-3939. I had gone to the market to get my phone activated, as my service provider is inside of the Market. The crazy security guard, who has already had me arrested on a false trespassing charge twice, came at me shouting in Spanish, while holding up his arm as if he had a gun in his hand, yelling, "Pish, Pish, Pish," (Pow, Pow, Pow?') While blasting at me with his hand, he continued yelling in Spanish. I called 911. The false arrests put a c-note in his pocket, because the City pays $100 for information leading to an arrest. Security guards cash in on that bounty, because the arrest does not have to lead to a conviction, and their cop friends will split the c-note: I was charged with California Penal Code section 602 Trespass (t) (1) (2) a felony that requires prior convictions at that location, I have no convictions at any location. Both arrests, on Sunday April 23, and on April 30, 2017 are False Arrests, a total of six cops insist that there is no criteria, and determined to simply ignore that part of the code, while calling me a "dirty transient:" I have asked several lawyers to give a succinct analysis of the dilemma:I was in jail for four hours both times, (thus allowing me to sue for a violation of Federal Code section 1983: False Arrest, for recovery of damages in the amount of three million dollars. The arresting officers have conjured so many versions of section 602 (t), baring no resemblance to the letter of the law. For starters both arrests were charged as misdemeanors when, in fact, CPC section 602 (t) is a felony. The first arrest was creative in that the officer simply dumped section (2) which states that I would have to have been convicted of a crime at that specific location to be charged with a violation of law. I suppose he thought that it was very crafty; to drop (2) and convert CPC 602 code section (t) to a misdemeanor from a felony, which, as far as I know, invalidates the charge as factually inaccurate on it's face. (Cops are not allowed to recreate the codes) At the second arrest, (April 30, 2017) the arresting officers deemed subsection (2) to be “an enhancement.” Again, this is very creative, if spurious, because enhancements regard sentences not charges. I taped all of the above encounters.-Thank You, Nancy Wood Legal Beagle, Veteran Attorney Angela Jacoby JD responds: "PC 602 is trespassing generally. Subdivision (t) applies only where the person has previously committed a crime on the property... They won't be able to prove it." -Angela Thanks Angela, I'm guessing that they will arrest me and jail me several more times, on the same bogus Trespass charge, which means no immunity for the arresting officers, considering that there were, so far, ten officers making arrest threats, and 6 actually participating in the two unlawful incarcerations. That's very egregious, it will be a slam dunk in Fed Court on a section 1983: False Arrest. -NancyThe arresting officers know the case won't be filed, if it is: The perjured police report, and factual inaccuracies will cost them their badges. I taped the arrests, my tape will have no resemblance to the confabulated police report, proving perjured statements in the attempt to gain a wrongful conviction. Thanks to the guard the cops will be fired. I suggested that the responding officers charge the guard with Obstructing Commerce, Harassment, and Terrorist Threats. Mom Supermarket security guard said that he had seen a gun in the new parking lot security guard's belt. I called the police to say that I was leaving. The 911 dispatcher, astonished asked, "He threatened to shoot you, were you committing a crime?" I said, "No, I was parking my bike!" -Nancy
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