Monday, January 24, 2011

Lets review how our Superior Court in Santa Barbara have dealt with the alleged allegations against, Peter Jeschke convicted sex offender. Erik Bjorklund & Kelsey O'Reilly in regards to a huge marijuana and money laundering ring. An finally William Paxson for allegations during a "Huge Methamphetamine Bust".

Today is January 24h 2011 and this day has a special meaning for me. You see 5 years ago today is when I was first arrested ever and accused of crimes I could have never committed. However know one was willing to stand up for me and my life was nearly ruined. At one point later in that year the charges against me would get stacked so high as to contain 7 strike-able Felonies. The process was carried out so far that my own attorney Karen Adkins informed me that serving two life sentences was a certainty in my future.

Folks all I can say now after 5 years has past is that there are good people who serve in all capacities of our legal system and law enforcement. That regardless of the illegal actions of a few we have proud Americans just like you and I trying to keep a level balance on everything. That belief was present in my heart in a hall way in Morgan Hill back in 2005. An I musts say I believe that today more than ever. Sending me a new bill from probation that has grown from 2698.00 to 6905.00 in a year does not scare me and will not help you defeat me either. I will be able to correct those an other past attempts to intimidate me. I truly feel that Those who have the power too also have a responsibility too. An you can apply that to all kinds of different scenarios. Be it an elected official or a sworn police officer. Mainly I feel it falls squarely on the shoulders of us free American citizens more than anyone else. The law to me is sacred and should be held up high. Having said that us having the power to correct change and or improve on past beliefs (laws) is one of America's greatest assets, an we should never forget that! I can not speak to you here today with an educated back ground, nope far from it. I can only share with you what is in my heart an that it was put there by people like my family, friends, an strangers. Put there by teachers and politicians and even a celebrity or two. Put in my heart equally by all those just mentioned and oh so many more. Put there by my children one of whom proudly serves in our United States Navy, an put there by farm workers turned policeman, put there by the poor who never allow themselves to become victims. PUT THERE BY OTHER PROUD AMERICANS!

As always all I can ask is that if this posting has a value please share it with all that you can.

Larry ' Magic" Mendoza
Santa Barbara Criminal Court Corruption

Investigating the illegal actions of our Government,law enforcement. Police,Judge’s, Attorneys an Prosecutors. While Exposing there Misconduct. Having a willingness to stand up for our Constitutional rights. Always respecting the even application of the Law and those in Law Enforcement that ethically and legally enforce it. Never succumbing to those who do not! Uncovering the fraud with our California public pension system. SBCERS, LACERA, and VECRA are prime examples of corruption!

So now lets review a few things about some recent drug bust and criminal case's that made the media head lines locally here in Santa Barbara. Most cases started last year in 2010 but some as far back as December of 2007. My concern is that these people and there criminal cases did not received the attention and follow up they should have. In fact it seems the cases have been kept from further media scrutiny for some reason? In my eyes what I question is how come all these case's appear to have some type of preferential or abnormal treatment for the charges alleged? Doe that " TREATMENT "come from illegal political connections and campaign donations? Maybe someone else can chime in with there views?

1- Peter Jeschke
He should have had additional charges added from his most recent arrest. It seems our local system continues to allow Mr. Jeschke to show us h has no regard for the law.Below are some quotes taken from a feature written by columnist Barney Brantingham that appeared in the Santa Barbara Independent 11/25/09. The feature was titled “Sex is not a sport” and deal with the conviction and sentencing of sex offender Peter Jeschke.
Current Santa Barbara district attorney an than prosecutor in the case Joyce Dudley had this to say;
“In urging prison time, Senior Deputy District Attorney Joyce Dudley said, ” : he is truly the worst groomer-predator that I have ever prosecuted-I say that because he used his position of power (coach), control (18 years older than his victim), and status (he was a star tennis player) to give her drugs and sexually assault her, putting her in harm’s way both physically (driving) and medically (unprotected sex).”
Soft on sentencing California superior court judge Frank Ochoa shared these thoughts;
“In my 27 years on the bench, I haven’t ever had someone try to manipulate the process as Mr. Jeschke did,” Judge Ochoa said.I don’t know what kind of future is in store for the ex-coach. Judge Ochoa will decide on December 7 whether he must register as a sex offender.”

2- Erik Bjorklund & Kelsey O'Reilly. Now last April in an anonymous reply on the internet to some of my concerns these two individuals were identified as Marijuana growers and drug dealers. This happen a full 5 months before the actual arrest! Than during the arrest drugs where even found in a child's room during the raid and arrest. We should all be concerned that these two individuals were also major contributors to Josh Lynn's campaign for Santa Barbara County District Attorney. As of this evening I went to the Santa Barbara County calendering web page and cannot find future court dates for either gentleman. You must also ask yourself why did they not receive federal charges that could include a life sentencing in prison if found guilty! There are many other huge pot bust last year through out California, an they seemed to have ended up with federal charges.
3- William Paxson for a "Huge Methamphetamine Bust"
– 11550(a) H&S – Under the influence of a controlled substance, 11364 H&S – Possession of drug paraphernalia, 11366 H&S – Maintaining a dwelling for drug use/sales. Bail was set at $2,500.
I searched the Santa Barbara Superior Court web site an was unable to ascertain when Mr. Paxson will next appear in Court I must go to the court house ad view the public records there.

Here is our local Superior court link to look up present an future criminal calendering.

Below are bit and pieces of my past Postings and may include some type of update. I do hope I did not take to much on and create more confusion than clarity.

1 Peter Jeschke
"Not every registered sex offender will appear on this Internet web site. As explained on the Summary of the Law page, approximately 25% of registered sex offenders are excluded from public disclosure by law. Whether public disclosure is permitted is based on the type of sex crime for which the person is required to register."

"The Sex Offender Tracking Program is responsible for determining if any sex offender registrant who applies for exclusion from the Internet web site qualifies for exclusion. Registrants whose only registrable sex offenses are for the following offenses may apply for exclusion: (1) sexual battery by restraint (Penal Code § 243.4, subd. (a)); (2) misdemeanor child molestation (Penal Code § 647.6, or former section 647a); or (3) any offense which did not involve penetration or oral copulation, the victim of which was a child, stepchild, grandchild, or sibling of the offender, and for which the offender successfully completed or is successfully completing probation. Click here for a copy of the exclusion form, which must be submitted to DOJ and approved before exclusion will be granted. Registered sex offenders who are granted exclusion from the Internet web site must still register as sex offenders." The above information was taken directly from the from the Megan's law wb page an a link is located above for your review. that Mr. Jeschke was taking advantage of. You see once Mr Jeschke's second and or now third criminal case I concluded s with some type of additional conviction the loop hole is forever closed to him. Just as the citizens of Santa Barbara where falsely lead to believe.
Below is a link to the application used by sex offenders to prevent there appearing on the Megan's law web page.If I could only offer one improvement than it would be to add a clause that until any and all pending court actions have been concluded one may not use this application. To me that seems like a fair clause for all parties involved, what do you think?

Based upon a review of your criminal history record and submitted supporting documentation, the California Department of Justice will determine whether you meet the requirements for exclusion from disclosure on the Megan's Law Internet Web Site. Felony violation of Section 311.1, subdivision (b), (c), or (d) of Section 311.2, or Section 311.3, 311.4, 311.10, or 311.11 if the person submits to the department a certified copy of a probation report filed in court that clearly states that all victims involved in the commission of the offense were at least 16 years of age or older at the time of the commission of the offense.
Pursuant to California Penal Code section 290.46(e), I hereby apply to be excluded from disclosure on the Megan's Law Internet Web Site. I certify under the laws of the State of California that the foregoing is true and correct. I understand that I am still required to register, which is a lifetime requirement, and comply with all of the provisions set forth in Penal Code section 290, as well as all other applicable laws. SIGNATURE DATE
Questions concerning the completion of this application may be directed to the Sex Offender Tracking Program at (916) 227-4974. A copy of Assembly Bill (AB) 488, AB 1323, and Senate Bill 1187, which deal with the Megan's Law Internet Web Site, can be obtained through the California Legislature's web site at

Below is a link to my blog and what I wrote back in October of 2010.
Saturday, October 30, 2010
Peter Jeschke a Santa Barbara Convicted sex offender has yet to register with our California Attorney General.

Leonard Himelsein? More on him later.
  2- Eric Bjorkland and Kelsey O'Reilly
Tuesday, October 12, 2010
Two main contributors,Eric Bjorkland and Kelsey O'Reilly to than hopeful candidate Josh Lynn for Santa Barbara Barbara District Attorney have been arrested. They two along with several others have been accused of being as Major Drug Traffickers!
Subject: 2 of Josh Lynns main contributors for Santa Barbara County D.A. race arrested as "Major Drug Traffickers" and no media story ?
Date: Tue, 12 Oct 2010 23:51:25 -0700

How is it the media has failed to recognize two of Josh Lynn's main contributors Eric Bjorkland and Kelsey O'Reilly, in his bid to run for Santa Barbara County District Attorney are arrested as Major Drug Traffickers! No story about how our Santa Barbara District Attorneys office was almost bought by drug dealers? As we let Josh Lynn beat up on our Hispanic Youth day after day during his campaign trail. Law Enforcement owes Our Hispanic, Latino, Mexican and of Course AMERICAN Youth an Apology, I will follow up more as this story unwinds.
The above web link is when I first brought into question if the Josh Lynn Supporters were actually drug dealers. I have reposed my blog from April 25th below the KEYT story for your review. Just like the Josh Lynn story I am miles ahead of anyone else in regards to California Pension fund Fraud! Don't forget the Santa Barbara County Board of Supervisors allowed a very unethical move when they allowed Josh Lynn to serve as acting D.a. only to later hand that position to another. The elected officials in Santa Barbara must be held accountable by more than just magic, Investigations must be demanded!

Taken from KEYT newcast

Sheriff's Bust "Drug Trafficking Organization"
KEYT Anchor
Story Created: Oct 12, 2010 at 3:29 PM PDT
Story Updated: Oct 12, 2010 at 5:33 PM PDT
Santa Barbara- After a year long investigation, the Santa Barbara County Sheriff’s Department Narcotics Unit has dismantled what they are calling "a large scale marijuana trafficking organization."

Authorities served search warrants at seven separate locations in Santa Barbara and Ventura counties. The following was located and seized at the Santa Barbara and Santa Maria locations:

*over 900 active marijuana plants. (Indoor and outdoor) Outdoor could yield over 4 lbs per plant. Rarely seen in SBSO history.
*over 300 pounds of processed/bagged marijuana for sales.
•over 50 pounds of hash.
•28 five pound containers of hash oil, full hash/hash oil conversion lab (worth several million dollars street value).
•over $125,000.00 cash, a 2010 Porsche Panorama, nine motorcycles seized pursuant to State Asset Forfeiture laws.

Authorities also made several arrests. They say the prime suspect, Erik Bjorklund, was growing marijuana at his residence in the 2900 block of San Marcos Pass Road. Additionally, Bjorklund also had a property in the Tepusquet Road area of Santa Maria where he was growing marijuana with another suspect, Kelsey O’Reilly.

The investigation found that Bjorklund was exploiting Proposition 215 / Senate Bill 420 and selling mass amounts of marijuana throughout Southern California for profit.

Also according to a Sheriff's press release, an additional business partner of Bjorklund’s, Jeffrey Vines of Ojai, was allegedly found to be bottling large quantities of a liquid mixture with alcohol and cannabis for Bjorklund. He was also found to be a high-risk sex offender on active CDCR Parole with GPS monitoring. A large amount of suspected child pornography was located at Jeffrey Vines’ residence in Ojai.

Here is a list of the suspects and the charges, according to the Sheriff's Department.

Erik Bjorklund DOB: 09/02/55 (of Santa Barbara)
35 counts of Money Laundering; and additional charges including sales/transportation of marijuana. Cultivation of Marijuana, as well as Child Endangerment.
I searched the criminal calender system for Mr. Bjoklund next court appearance but could not seem to find him on line? The same can b said for Mr. Kelsey O'Reilly, all I can say is I must view the public records at the court house before I comment further

Rachel Ziemer DOB: 09/19/86 (of Santa Barbara)
Booked on charges of Sales and Transportation of Marijuana, and Possession of Marijuana for Sales

Jeffrey Vines DOB: 07/24/48 (of Ojai)
Booked on Felony Parole Violation, Cultivate Marijuana, Conspiracy, and Possession of Child Pornography

Christopher Hawkins DOB: 12/14/50 (of Santa Barbara)
Booked on Marijuana Sales,Cultivate Marijuana, and Conspiracy

Kelsey O’Reilly DOB: 08/02/77 (of Santa Barbara)
Booked on Marijuana Sales, Cultivate Marijuana, 15 counts of Money Laundering; and Conspiracy

David Ziemer DOB: 09/18/57 (of Santa Barbara)
Booked on Marijuana Sales, Cultivate Marijuana, and Conspiracy

Kevin Howe DOB: 12/11/69 (of Santa Maria)
Booked on Cultivate Marijuana, and Conspiracy

Alina Stillwell DOB: 02/28/86 (of Santa Maria)
Booked on Cultivate Marijuana, and Conspiracy

Ryan Brown DOB: 09/03/83 (of Santa Maria)
Booked on Cultivate Marijuana, and Conspiracy

below was taken in part from my blog@

This website further states that DA Lynn has received another large donation from Eric Bjorkland and Kelsey O'Reilly.

Sunday, April 25, 2010
More Accusations shared about Josh Lynn and his Contributors on the Web. Are Drug Dealers Involved with D.A. Candidate Lynn?
This was posted on craigslist Today. People are beginning to be some what vocal and willing to say there are issues in the District Attorneys Office. It might not seam like much but your comments and concerns should be shared on places like Craigslist or as an anonymous comment on my blog. We should be supportive of one another and let others see there are a lot of us.
RE: is this guy serious, found this story on the web (SB)
Date: 2010-04-25, 11:25AM PDT
Reply To This Post
Sounds pretty serious to me. There are many rumors floating around right now about DA Josh Lynn & his campaign contributors. Rumors can also be facts.

Whats been said so far?

DA Lynn was accused of having held a Medical Marijuana card.

This is an unusual accusation. Who is saying this and why? Is this a case of where there's smoke there's fire? Read on and decide for yourself.

This website reports that DA Lynns biggest contributor is possibly hiding the source of his money and cannot account for his decision to make such a large "loan"

This is also unusual. No matter which side you're on, no one should be buying their way into the DAs office. How does this man benefit and who is he?

This website further states that DA Lynn has received another large donation from Eric Bjorkland and Kelsey O'Reilly.
Kelsey O'Reilly is not listed as an owner on the DBA of Erics Tree Service. Does he work there or own it? A couple of years ago O'Reilly and Bjorkland bought 100 acres of land in Santa Maria where they have a large marijuana grow operation. Did there donation money come from this source and are they paying taxes on this money? Are they buying there way into the DAs office? And why? How do two marijuana growers/dealers benefit from helping a DA?
These are questions that need to be answered.

3- William Paxson an the huge Methamphetamine bust

Does crime pay?Sunday, June 6, 2010
Big Santa Barbara drug bust! Does crime pay? You look at the house and tell me!

Wow a big meth bust in Santa Barbara recently and the Santa Barbara news press missed reporting on one of the story’s. 2078 Las Canoas Rd
Santa Barbara, CA 93105

Area: Mission Canyon
Current Price: $1,999,000
Original Price: $2,195,000 *
MLS #: 09-2923
Status: Active

Type: Home/Estate
Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 2

Condition: Good/Excellent
Style: Craftsman
Year Built: 1989
Acres: 3.65
Of the 2 meth bust that occurred I am interested in The second Meth bust that took place at 2078 Las Canoas 93105 home of William Paxson. If you review different stories from various news services names, photos and ages never match in regards to the bust and arrest information. Something like D.A. donations made by Mr. Erik Bjorkland opps that’s really Bjorklund to Mr. Josh Lynn’s campaign fund. There old motorcycle riding buddies and there’s nothing wrong with that.
The information below was taken from Sheriff’s web page in regards to the drug bust and is in the middle of posting.
“William Paxson – 11550(a) H&S – Under the influence of a controlled substance, 11364 H&S – Possession of drug paraphernalia, 11366 H&S – Maintaining a dwelling for drug use/sales. Bail was set at $2,500.”

Really 2500 bail, wow Santa Barbara District Attorneys are really going after the white over 60, living in 2 Million dollar home “Gangsters’ that’s O.G. baby! During my harassment and 5 different illegal arrests I had bail any where from 20,000 to 100,000 for words I never said. Worse than that there is a current rumor that law enforcement caught one of there own in these arrest, can that be true? Take a look at the house yourself!
Below is some more information in regards to the drug bust, I will follow that with some words to the Santa Barbara Sheriff and Police department.
Detectives take down alleged meth ring
By DAILY SOUND STAFF — May 28, 2010
Authorities busted up an alleged methamphetamine ring operating out of a home on Las Canoas Road this week, taking six people into custody on a variety of drug-related charges.
Sheriff’s narcotics detectives launched a three-month investigation after receiving complaints and information from community members about the alleged drug operation. With the help of Santa Barbara police, deputies served a search warrant at the home in the 2000 block of Las Canoas Road on Tuesday.
“Detectives seized operable scales, approximately 2 ounces of methamphetamine, packaging materials, $1,200 in cash and other paraphernalia associated with the sales and use of narcotics,” according to a Santa Barbara County Sheriff’s Department news release.
The investigation had led detectives to William Pickett Paxson, 64, and William Konrad, 35. While serving the warrant at Paxson’s residence, authorities also arrested four other subjects — Jerry Martin Boeff, 44; Francine Marie Gabel, 59; Blue Downstream Herrick Major, 23; and Paul Arthur Woellert, 46.
Authorities booked Paxson for being under the influence of a controlled substance, possession of narcotics paraphernalia and maintaining a dwelling for the use or sales of drugs. Bail was set at $2,500.
Gabel faces charges of sales and transportation of a controlled substance, as well as possession of drug paraphernalia. She is being held on $30,000 bail. Woellert was booked for possession of a controlled substance and drug paraphernalia, and is being held without bail due to a felony warrant.
Konrad was taken into custody without bail for being under the influence of a controlled substance and violating his probation. Finally, detectives booked Boeff and Major for being under the influence of a controlled substance, with bail set at $2,500 each
Sheriff's Narcotics Detectives Arrest Six in Drug Bust
Santa Barbara- May 27th, 2010

Santa Barbara Sheriff’s Narcotics Detectives have arrested six people for various drug charges following a three month long drug investigation.

On Tuesday May 25, 2010, Santa Barbara County Sheriff’s Narcotics Detectives assisted by the Santa Barbara Police Department conducted a search warrant at the residence of suspected drug dealers in Santa Barbara County.

After a three month long investigation which included complaints and information from the general public, Narcotics Detectives arrested six subjects suspected of dealing and using Methamphetamine during the search warrant in the 2000 block of Las Canoas Rd. in Santa Barbara.

Information developed during the three month long investigation led detectives to 59 year old William Paxson (6-14-45) and 35 year old William Konrad (4-9-75). A search warrant was served at Paxson’s residence on Las Canoas Rd. During the search warrant, Detectives contacted the two above named subjects as well as four additional subjects. Jerry Boeff (2-15-66), Francine Gabel (3-23-51), Paul Woellert (3-5-64) and Blue Downstream Herrick Major (3-24-87). All six were arrested for drug offenses. Detectives seized operable scales, approximately two ounces of methamphetamine, packaging materials, $1,200.00 in cash and other paraphernalia associated with the sales and use of narcotics.

The following is a list of charges for the six suspects who were taken into custody and booked into the Santa Barbara County Jail:

“William Paxson – 11550(a) H&S – Under the influence of a controlled substance, 11364 H&S – Possession of drug paraphernalia, 11366 H&S – Maintaining a dwelling for drug use/sales. Bail was set at $2,500.
I searched the Santa Barbara Superior Court web site an was unable to ascertain when Mr. Paxson will next appear in Court I must go to the court house ad view the public records there.

William Konrad – 1203.2 P.C. – Violation of probation, 11550(a) H&S – Under the influence of a controlled substance. No bail set. Mr. Konrad has 3 cases currently going through our criminal division courts

Jerry Boeff: -11550(a) H&S Under the influence of a controlled substance. Bail was set at $2,500.

Francine Gabel: -11378 H&S – Sales of controlled substance, 11379 H&S – Transportation of controlled substance, 11364 H&S – Possession of drug paraphernalia. Bail was set at $30,000.Does have a preliminary hearing setting next month according to the Santa Barbara Courts web site.

Paul Woellert: -11377 H&S – Possession of controlled substance, 11364 H&S – Possession of drug paraphernalia and a Felony No Bail Warrant.

Blue Downstream Herrick Major: -11550(a) H&S - Under the influence of a controlled substance. Bail was set at $2,500.”

I have recently read two separate stories about local law enforcement and the budget woes of this county. Why has this county done nothing that I am aware of to use the available laws and seize an convert drug dealers asset into County law enforcement assets?

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