Posted by Oscar, a resident of Another Palo Alto neighborhood, on Mar 8, 2012 at 8:41 am
> Ramirez carried no identification and was identified only with the
> help of a Mountain View Police Department sergeant who recently
> completed an assignment on the Regional Auto Theft Task Force.
> The suspect had an outstanding $200,000 felony warrant
And with these previous run-ins with the law, there were no finger prints, or pictures available to the police? This is one of those situations were a facial recognition system would be most helpful to police.
Posted by RATTF, a resident of Mountain View, on Mar 8, 2012 at 2:06 pm
"A Mountain View Police Department sergeant who recently completed an assignment on the Regional Auto Theft Task Force." Let's get our story right. Mountain View PD does not and did not have a Sergeant at the Regional Auto Theft Task Force. Please check your facts before publishing.
Posted by ovitty, a resident of the Southgate neighborhood, on Mar 8, 2012 at 4:07 pm
daily post article says people who think they have no racist ideas and are fair, may be reacting to fear reflex making them see someone as criminal .like court judges, theyre afraid because of different race features and project that on someone who didnt commit crime! happens all the time. judges at north county court have committed PERJURY. that no lie.fear court judges, not slashers.