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Wednesday, July 23, 2008
[CA] Deputy Griffith's family in fear
..."R. Griffith told her after the body dissolved he would drive around the desert with the drain valve on the drum slightly open, leaking her body onto the desert floor"...
DEPUTY CHARGED WITH DOMESTIC VIOLENCE IN TEMECULA CASE
Jul 22, 2008
[Excerpt] A Riverside County sheriff's deputy has been charged with domestic violence and making threats of violence against his wife and his step-daughter's boyfriend. Ronald Eugene Griffith, 46, of Temecula was charged Monday with domestic violence against his wife, two counts of terrorists threats and a misdemeanor battery charge. According to court records, Griffith choked his wife and told her in detail how he would dispose of her body. [Full article here]
EX-DEPUTY AWAITING ARRAIGNMENT IN ALLEGED ASSAULT ON WIFE
July 22, 2008
[Excerpts] A 46-year-old former sheriff's deputy from the Temecula station is out on bail Tuesday, awaiting arraignment... [Detective Roman] Pluimer stated in his affidavit that on April 26, [Ronald Eugene] Griffith attacked his wife, forcing her against a closet door and choking her, saying "you're (expletive) lucky I don't kill you right now"... Documents further state that after he returned, Griffith got into an argument with his step-daughter, [SU]. When [SU] made a hand gesture, Griffith allegedly bent her finger back, forcing her to the floor... Griffith also ordered the step-daughter to get the boyfriend, [VU], out of the house before he killed him. The wife told detectives that Griffith had threatened to cut her up into little pieces and put the parts into an acid-filled, 50-gallon drum. "R. Griffith told her after the body dissolved he would drive around the desert with the drain valve on the drum slightly open, leaking her body onto the desert floor," Pluimer wrote. The wife took the statement as a threat and was scared he would actually carry it out, Pluimer said. Details of the alleged battery on emergency personnel were not released. [Full article here]