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This is the latest update on member birthdays. Corrections or additions to leroypyle@gmail.com

July Birthdays

1 Anderson, James
2 Allen, Bob
3 Bacigalupi, Dave
4 Becerra, Manny (Deceased)
5 Bennert, Brian
6 Botar, Rick
7 Cannell, Tom
8 Chavez, Ruben
9 Clark, Bill
10 Comelli, Ivan
11 Davis, Bud
12 Elemen, Armando
13 Flores, Felipe
14 Gil-Blanco, Jorge
15 Hosmer, Dewey
16 Keffer, Francis Sr. (Deceased)
17 Kimbrell, Tammy
18 Kleman, Karl
19 Lopez, Candelario Candy
20 Lowry, Mike (Deceased)
21 Mendez, Melquiades (Mike)
22 Metcalf, Mickey
23 Mitchell, BillDeceased)
24 Moore, Jim
25 Morin, Jim
26 Potter Pat
27 Raye, Bruce
28 Rice, Lyle
29 Rodgers, Phil
30 Savage, Scott
31 Shannon, Clarence (Deceased)
32 Stangel, Harry
33 Stine, Bruce
34 Tannehill, Ron
35 Tice, Stan
36 Torres, Gilbert
37 Wagner, Jim
38 Werkema, Jim
39 Windisch, Steve Jr.

August Birthdays

1 Abram, Fred
2 Archie, Dan
3 Boyd, Pat
4 Brasil, Mario
5 Brewer, Tom
6 Bui, Mike
7 Busch, Dennis
8 Byers, Dave
9 Campbell, John
10 Clark, Bill
11 DeMers, Buck
12 Diehl, John (Deceased)
13 Dishman, Billy
14 Dulong, Dave
15 Esparza, Fred (Deceased)
16 Ewing, Don (Deceased)
17 Fanucchi, Roscoe
18 Galios, Chris
19 Gay, Brian
20 Grant, Robert
21 Hahn, Chuck
22 Hazen, Skip
23 Hernandez, Ernie
24 Holser, George
25 Johnson, Craig
26 Johnson, Gary
27 Katz, Dan
28 Kinsworthy, Lloyd
29 Kurz, Eric
30 Layne, Andy
31 Martinez, Karen
32 Mello, Steve (Mt. View PD/Assoc. Member)
33 Norton, Phil (Deceased)
34 Pitts, Phil
35 Priddy, Loren
36 Reeves, Curt
37 Rendler, Bill
38 Roberson, Mike
39 Rose, Wendell (Deceased)
40 Roy, Charlie (Deceased)
41 Sanfilippo, Roy (Deceased)
42 Scanlan, Pete
43 Smith, B.T.
44 Smith, Lew (Deceased)
45 Tokiwa, Robin
Thompson, Mike
46 Tozer, Dave
47 Tuminia, Pete (State Agent/Assoc. Member)
48 Wall, Chuck
49 Wilson, Lee (Deceased)
50 Wilson, Stan
51 Windisch, Steve Sr. (Deceased)

TOO FUNNY!
Pete Lovecchio responded with his birthday month and included this picture. Out of curiosity, I emailed Margie for names and circumstances.
A great reminder of all the fun we all had over the years. Thanx Pete!

Pete (Dr. Love) Lovecchio, Adam Tovar, Jim (Jeeem) Roach and Curtis Jackson and myself (sssq).  The guys had come back from a search warrant and said they were taking me into custody.
Vice Unit, 1985ish

Which reminds me that you can send in a candid photo of you and friends from the PD that will also remind others of the GOOD TIMES!


Corks & Coppers Benefit

On Saturday, August 20th, Peace Officer Wives of California will host “Corks & Coppers”, a benefit to support law enforcement families. The event will take place outdoors in Hollister, CA.

Kick up the dirt with us and join us for a catered BBQ dinner, an ice cold drink or two, and enjoy a live band that will bring you to your feet for some shaking and grooving. This benefit is designed to be a light-hearted social event that will highlight who we are, our mission, and serve as a catalyst for our upcoming events. All our events revolve around our 3-pillar concept; Inspire, Educate, Interact.

https://faithwifehero.ticketspice.com/corks-coppers-2022

AND SHE WROTE A BOOK! VIEW HERE

My Dad brought Pappy home from the Chief’s club. He let me hold his .45 and did a low crawl up to the roof and moved around without, seemingly, moving his arms or feet.

Los Altos Hills: Arson suspect detained after 10 fires in one day. Story HERE


Los Angeles to Illegals: Come Work For Our Government

The Board of Supervisors of LA County voted unanimously last week to allow any non-US citizens to hold government jobs, Breitbart News reported.
See more on LA idiotic democratic behavior HERE


On July 29th, 1985, at approximately 0900 hrs, Officers Bunch and Officer Bridges stopped a suspected drunk driver. The driver was taken into custody without incident and transported to AIB (a processing center for drunk drivers). Suspect Ordonez had a long history of violent behavior to include drug convictions and armed robbery.

Once at AIB, Officer Bridges secured his gun in the gun locker and Officer Bunch remained armed. As they began to process the suspect, the officers realized that they needed additional paperwork from their patrol car. Officer Bridges retrieved the paperwork while Officer Bunch remained inside of AIB. While inside AIB, suspect Ordonez attacked Officer Bunch and disarmed him. Officer Bridges heard a gunshot and ran back into AIB. Officer Bridges saw the suspect standing over Officer Bunch and holding a revolver.

Unarmed, Officer Bridges attacked the suspect and a fight for the gun ensued. During the struggle, suspect Ordonez was shot and killed.

Officer Bunch sustained a single gunshot wound and was the sixth San Jose Police Officer killed in the line of duty.


Jereh Lubrin, Matthew Farris, and Rafael Rodriguez, former Santa Clara County correctional deputies, are shown at their preliminary hearing in February 2016. The three were convicted of murder in the jail beating death of Michael Tyree in 2015, but on Aug. 1, 2022, a state appellate court reversed their conviction, citing revised state law that invalidated the legal theory on which they were convicted. See story HERE

IN CASE YOU ARE INTERESTED IN HOW CRIME WAS HANDLED “BACK IN THE DAY”.

John Carr gave me some CD’s many moons ago and I thought it might be nice to share again.

The Kidnapping and Murder of Brooke Hart

The Lindbergh baby kidnapping of 1932 had a profound impact on the nation in several ways. Charles Lindbergh was one of the most famous people in the world. If even his child could be abducted from a guarded, secluded estate in New Jersey, how could any average parent feel secure? During the 1920s and 1930s, a series of ransom kidnappings terrified the public and created a climate of fear that was very real. In 1933 alone, there were eight high-profile abduction cases nationwide, including William Hamm, from the beer producing family, who was freed after paying $100,000 ransom. In addition, the Great Depression had radically transformed the social, economic and cultural heart of the nation. These were hard times in America. The nation’s streets were full of idle, desperate men, unable to provide even the most basic needs for their families. Though the Prohibition Era had ended in 1933, it helped to create an atmosphere of anger and lawlessness that dominated the media’s attention for a decade. Almost every day, newspapers were filled with stories of criminal mayhem. Crime was up; confidence was down. And worst of all, things didn’t look well for the future



In the tranquil city of San Jose, California, Alex J. Hart ran a profitable retail business, called L. Hart and Son Company, for generations. The Harts were a true American success story; a Jewish immigrant family who came to the United States with nothing in their pockets and through hard work and sacrifice built a new and better life. The youngest son, Brooke Hart, 22, was the heir apparent to take charge of the family business. He was young, ambitious and expected to become the leader of the next generation of Harts. Unfortunately, his family’s wealth also made him a prime target for kidnapping. In November 1933, Brooke Hart was abducted in broad daylight just yards away from his father’s store.

It would be the first step for a city’s rapid descent into madness and murder. Read more HERE


 

Miracles From Nature


The Skeleton Flower, Whose Petals Turn From White To Translucent When It Rains

Turtle’s Shell Looks Like A Fireworks Display
Eruption On Mount Etna (Sicily) Gives The Illusion Of A Phoenix In The Skyhers

Stunning Catasetum “Epiphytic Orchids”. How Adorable!

This Is What A 350 Year Old Oak Tree Looks Like. Isn’t It Beautiful?
An Owl With Heart-Shaped Patterns On Its Feat
Looks Like Stained Glass
The Endangered Mexican Alligator Lizard

A Real Life Dragon! The Five-Banded Gliding Lizard Has Modified Ribs That Extend Into A Wing Membrane

Note From the editor:

MURPHY’S SUBMISSION OF BEAUTIFUL PICS HAD MORE THAN 50 SIMILAR TO WHAT YOU SEE ABOVE. I RAN OUT OF TIME SO I APOLOGIZE, LEAVING A SAMPLE AND THE PROMISE OF BRINGING ALL 50 BACK NEXT WEEK!

Video: Calif. PD’s BearCat ends pursuit with suspect in stolen truck Story HERE

CLICK HER TO SEE IF GOOGLE IS WATCHING?

C’ya

L.pyle#1621

 

 

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