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Saturday, August 8, 2009

[CA] Peace Officer Rincon arrested in 2007, 2008, & now 2009 on domestic charges

...At the time of his arrest [Jesse] Rincon, who is currently on probation, was serving in the capacity of a peace officer... Rincon was arraigned Wednesday ... on charges of battery on a spouse or cohabitant and brandishing a weapon other than an firearm... Rincon has been reassigned to duties outside the prison's security perimeter...

PRISON GUARD PLEADS NOT GUILTY
The Monterey County Herald
Herald Staff Report
Updated: 08/08/2009 01:30:46 AM PDT
[Excerpts] A correctional officer for Salinas Valley State Prison in Soledad pleaded not guilty Wednesday to charges stemming from a domestic violence dispute. Jesse Rincon, 40, was arrested at his home in Soledad about 3:30a.m. Tuesday, Soledad interim Police Chief Steve Belcher said. Officers went to Rincon's home and arrested him after a woman called 911, Belcher said... Rincon was arraigned Wednesday at the King City Courthouse on charges of battery on a spouse or cohabitant and brandishing a weapon other than an firearm, prosecutors said. He was released from jail the same day after posting $10,000 bail and is scheduled to appear in court again on Sept. 2... Rincon has been reassigned to duties outside the prison's security perimeter until his court case is resolved. At the time of his arrest Rincon, who is currently on probation, was serving in the capacity of a peace officer, Moore said. Rincon was arrested in late 2007 on various felony assault and battery charges against a domestic partner. He pleaded no contest to driving under the influence and false imprisonment charges, court records show. He served one day in jail and was given five years probation, but was found in violation on Sept. 24, 2008. He was sentenced to 30 days in jail and was offered a work alternative program. The court also issued a criminal protective order against Rincon that expired May 20, 2008. Eight days later, he was arrested by Soledad police on a misdemeanor charge of assaulting his partner... [Full article here]
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1 comment:

  1. Officer Rincon deserves the full punishment from the court of law and he should not be employed as a Peace officer for the California Department of Corrections. He can not hide behind the badge anymore nor can he hide behind the "Green Wall." Justice needs to be served properly. The "Green Wall" runs rapidly in the Prison system ever since it was exposed a few years ago, by an ex-correctional officer.(www.greenwall2001.com) Rincon is all alone on this one! He has a pattern and should be stopped immediately before someone gets hurt.

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