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Sunday, January 25, 2009

[CA] NO REPORT NECESSARY after Sheriff Hedge's wife calls 911

..."At this point, no follow-up is needed or desired. People are human they act out from time to time, and quite frankly there was no crime committed and we left," said Rob Bryn, spokesperson for San Luis Obispo County Sheriff's Department... Undersheriff Steve Bolts said nothing indicated an investigation was necessary. The sheriff was not accompanied off the property...

911.

Hmm.

SHERIFF'S DEPUTIES ARE CALLED OUT TO A DISTURBANCE CALL FROM PAT HEDGES' HOUSE
MSNBC
Amber Lee
January 23, 2009
[Excerpts] ... On Monday evening, San Luis Obispo County Sheriff's deputies were sent out to the home of Sheriff Pat Hedges regarding a domestic disturbance call. A spokesperson for the Sheriff's department said Hedges' wife called them to their Templeton home, saying he was yelling and would not leave. "At this point, no follow-up is needed or desired. People are human they act out from time to time, and quite frankly there was no crime committed and we left," said Rob Bryn, spokesperson for San Luis Obispo County Sheriff's Department. Bryn also said there is no other history of domestic violence regarding Hedges that he knows of. The call was handled like any other call and deputies left 15 minutes later, said Bryn. [Full article here]

WAR OF THE HEDGES

Cal Coast News, CA - Jan 21, 2009
War of the Hedges
By KAREN VELIE
January 21, 2009
[Excerpts] San Luis Obispo County Sheriff deputies responded Monday to a domestic disturbance call at the North County home of Sheriff Pat Hedges and his wife... [The Sheriff's wife] called 911 at 5:36 p.m. to report her husband was screaming at her and asked for assistance, said Undersheriff Steve Bolts. “A sergeant and a beat car went out to the house and cleared it without a report,” Bolts added. “Deputies determine if there is a violation of the law”... [The Sheriff's wife] said the incident “wasn’t anything. It was handled perfectly and resolved. I didn’t want it to escalate. We needed to stop. It did not get physical.” [Full article here]

DOMESTIC DISTURBANCE BRINGS DEPUTIES TO SLO COUNTY SHERIFF’S HOME

The Tribune
Sally Connell - sconnell@thetribunenews.com
Jan. 22, 2009
[Excerpts] ...The disturbance call was made Monday. No incident report was taken and no arrest was made... A two-deputy patrol car and an additional car carrying a supervising sergeant arrived at the sheriff’s home at 5:52 p.m., according to spokesman Rob Bryn. There were no allegations of domestic violence, and the call was cleared within 20 minutes, Bryn said... Sending a patrol car and field supervisor is standard procedure involving department personnel and other high-profile people, Bryn explained... [Undersheriff Steve] Bolts said nothing indicated an investigation was necessary. The sheriff was not accompanied off the property, Bolts said, adding Hedges did wind up leaving. “She wanted us to come by and speak with both of them. We did. She did not disclose any conduct that would rise to the level of a crime or domestic violence”... [Full article here]

1 comment:

  1. Hrmph wrote on 01/22/2009 09:45:11 PM:
    Interesting - the reports last night were that no sheriff's deputy actually went to the scene, nor was there any entry regarding the incident in the sheriff's log. So, did Pat quickly dig up a deputy that would say he was there?
    http://www.sanluisobispo.com/183/story/597764.html?pageNum=5&&&mi_pluck_action=page_nav#Comments_Container

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