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Friday, September 16, 2011

[CA] Oxnard Police Detective Mora and Offcer Tinoco arrested for separate domestic incidents

Oxnard police detective Erik Mora was arrested September 11th on suspicion of domestic violence. Less than 6 weeks ago, on August 2nd, Oxnard police officer Joe Tinoco was arrested on charges of domestic violence, false imprisonment and endangering the welfare of a child.

OXNARD POLICE OFFICER ACCUSED OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE
Ventura County Star
By Adam Foxman
]September 15, 2011 at 6:14 p.m.
An Oxnard police officer has been arrested on suspicion of domestic violence, authorities said Thursday. Erik Mora, 46, was arrested Saturday by Ventura police on suspicion of domestic violence and booked into Ventura County jail... He was released Monday on bond, said sheriff's spokesman Mike Aranda. Police responded about 3:30 a.m. Saturday to a report of possible domestic violence in east Ventura. They found a woman who complained of pain and had visible injuries and arrested Mora... The detective has been placed on paid administrative leave... Oxnard police will conduct their own administrative investigation, Muñoz said. She noted that any individual is innocent until proven guilty.... Mora was the second Oxnard police officer arrested on suspicion of domestic violence in the past two months. Officer Joe Tinoco Jr., a 20-year department veteran, was arrested Aug. 2 on suspicion of committing domestic violence against a 38-year-old woman... Tinoco remained on paid administrative leave this week pending the investigation into his case... [Full article here]
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2 comments:

  1. Bulldog BillJanuary 04, 2012

    I know Erik personally. We have mutual friends and have know of each other since he moved to Ventura in the middle school days and in high school where he met his wife. I understand there are pressures and issues police face that we, as citizens can't comprehend, but I know for a fact that he's had violence issues with her for years, even when dating. So maybe the PD needs to look at psych screening more closely, because I and a few of our friends were stunned to know he had become a police officer. Not a good mix.

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