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Saturday, April 2, 2011
[CA] Fired Deputy Laniez to be charged for armed break-in at ex's, assault
Los Angeles County Sheriff's Deputy Reymundo Lainez was terminated after the internal investigation of this incident, and now will be criminally charged.
EX-LA COUNTY DEPUTY CHARGED WITH FELONY GUN THREAT, BREAK-IN
Los Angeles Times
March 31, 2011 | 10:53 am
[Excerpts] A former Los Angeles County sheriff's deputy charged with breaking into his ex-fiance's residence and threatening her boyfriend with a gun was arrested Thursday on a felony warrant... Reymundo Lainez, 42, was arrested without incident at his Pasadena home in connection with an incident last April while he was still a law enforcement officer, said Deputy Dist. Atty. Alfred Coletta. Lainez was being held on $50,000 bail, charged with felony first-degree burglary with a person present, felony assault with a firearm, making a criminal threat and a misdemeanor count of batter... If convicted, the former deputy faces up to 16 years in state prison. [Full article here]
FORMER DEPUTY ACCUSED OF THREATENING MAN WITH GUN IN PASADENA ARRESTED
By Brian Day, Staff Writer
[Excerpts] ...He also goes by the alias Reynaldo Edmundo Lainez, which is the name he was listed under in sheriff's booking records. "While off-duty on April 17, 2010, Lainez allegedly broke into his former fiance's Pasadena residence and pointed a gun at her boyfriend. He allegedly threatened the man then punched him"... Lainez was initially arrested but quickly posted bail, Ibarra said. In recent weeks, prosecutors notified police of their intention to file a criminal case... [Sheriff's spokesman Steve] Whitmore said sheriff's personnel policies prohibited him from saying whether the deputy had been terminated or resigned... [Full article here]
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