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Ernie Alcantar

PRESIDENT

       Steve Windisch, Jr.
VICE PRESIDENT

Larry Lundberg
SEC/TREAS

Robert Moir
SGT at ARMS

 

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TRIALS AND TRIBULATIONS OF THE CITY OF SAN JOSE

San Jose teacher placed on leave over alleged ties to white supremacist group

 

Life inside a cramped van: A look at San Jose’s safe parking program

 

‘We’re not done’: Hope Village homeless residents move out of motels

 

Who earned the highest salary in San Jose last year? (Pssst it was a cop!)

Silicon Valley could be the second richest country in the world


If Silicon Valley was its own country, it would be the second only to a small oil-producing nation on per-person GDP.

Sam Liccardo rejected his raise. What about his San Jose council colleagues?

 

San Jose is one of the last cities without a strong mayor

 

East Side lawmakers worry about light rail extension’s future

 

San Jose council debates downtown design changes to protect birds


 

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KKC BBQ WEDNESDAY, JUNE 19TH

 


POLICE LINE

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Born August 25, 19??
Appointed 1999
Retired January 7, 1999
Died ?. 5, 2019

FROM: Robert Moir robillard1045@gmail.com

 

Lee Wilson...a legend of the SJPD..... has sadly passed during recovery from back surgery.  A few months ago Lee  had back surgery that wasn't successful in San Diego.  He returned locally and again had surgery locally.  While in rehab in Los Gatos, while on  the "road to recovery" apparently a blood clot from his leg broke loose and took Lee’s life.  Like all....where do you start.  Actually....way back.  Way, way back.  Lee and I go back to when Lee "set up"  the call in system for shift assignments.  Besides that we were "sidekicks" on a  side job gig at the Hyatt Hotel.  We worked for years at Hyatt until 1999, when the hotel closed....only to be re-branded and reopened as a small version of the 400 plus room hotel of our day.   Our tour at the hotel was the swing-mid shift...along with several other SJPD officers....too lengthy to mention.  Additionally Lee was the "chief cook and bottle washer" for the annual Keith Kelly Bar-B-Q.   Purchasing the sausage,  preparing the filet steak, quartering the chickens and preparing the hot coals was Lee's forte.   No one did it better or longer.  He did it for years.  This summer will be the first time in 40 plus years that Lee won't be "tending the fire".  A close personal friend but Lee will always be remembered as a supervisor with wisdom and compassion and those that were fortunate to have served under him were lucky to have been supervised by an even keeled cop..... the kind others should strive to emulate.  A great leader but a truly great friend that always had your back.    

Rest in peace buddy....you earned it.   
Bob Moir  Lt Ret #1045 1954-1985

IF ANYONE HAS LEE’S INFORMATION, PLEASE FORWARD TO leroy@leroypyle.net

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THE KKC BBQ CREW

L to R: Capt Brown, Dennis Dolezzal, Lee, Bob Moir, Keith Cottrell, Bill Waggoner, Fred Lagergren, Mike Dzuba, Tom Wheatley

 

RANGE QUALIFICATION
Retirees go mon-fri at 1400, unless it changed, usually a 20 round mag is enough to put 15 in the 10X

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DID I MENTION THE KEITH KELLY CLUB BBQ?
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PLAN AHEAD! MARK YOUR CALENDARS!


Survive the Streets: A
Page for Cops

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QUIT YOUR B*TCHING CALIFORNIA!

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NUFF SAID!


People angered that agents with Customs and Border Protection were invited to a job fair at @SJCityCollege.
City College told organizer that Border Patrol "
is not welcome" on campus.
"They were disinvited"


Officer Michael Katherman Memorial Shirt

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PLACER COUNTY DEPUTY SHERIFFS’ ASSOCIATION

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Pictured center is Lois Monroy-Bracamontes, a convicted murderer of Placer County Deputy Sheriff Michael Davis and Sacramento County Deputy Sheriff Daniel Oliver.

Bracamontes had been twice deported before killing two of our local peace officers. Bracamontes was sentenced to death following his murder trial, but is likely not going to see execution under the current California Governor.

Pictured left is UC Davis Professor Joshua Clover. Clover has recently become infamous for prior comments made on the radio and social media supporting the massacre of all police officers. These violent and hateful comments resurfaced following the murder of Davis Police Officer Natalie Corona.

Pictured right is Govenor Gavin Newsom who recently signed a moratorium halting the executions of inmates on death row in California, including the likes of Bracamontes.

Gov. Newsom supports allowing sanctuary state policies and even social benefits at taxpayer expense for illegal immigrants, inviting more like Bracamontes into the “Golden State.”

This is a huge problem.

Look up Paulo Virgen Mendoza and Javier Hernandez Morales. The former was successful in the shooting and killing of Newman Police Officer Ronil Singh during a traffic stop for suspected DUI. The latter was killed in self defense by Napa County Deputy Sheriff Riley Jarecki after trying to murder her during a traffic stop. Both men were in the US illegally. Morales had previously been deported three times. Mendoza had been arrested in California twice, but was never deported due to California’s sanctuary state laws.

Clover continues to teach at UC Davis, and was never even disciplined by the university for his comments that he continues to support.

Gov. Newsom is ignoring the will of the voters by halting executions rather than expediting them. The Governor is also inviting more people to break federal immigration law and bypass any screening that could prevent violent people from entering our country.

Bracamontes murdered one of our own here in Placer County. He finds support in a UC Davis Professor, and mercy from California’s Governor. There will be more Bracamonteses, Mendozas, and Moraleses if this type of “leadership” continues.

This has to stop!
UC Davis Governor Gavin Newsom
Donald J. Trump
#usa #california #sanctuarystate #thinblueline

 

COURAGEOUS LEADERSHIP: LAPD GOT IT RIGHT!
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FREMONT POLICE USING TESLA POLICE CAR

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membership alert

 

On behalf of the Norton Family

 

Phillip Owen Norton was born in Portland, Maine to James Knowles, an itinerant mechanic and his second wife, Sybil Eaton. Sybil, who already had two young sons, died in childbirth with Phillip. James anguished over what to do with the three little boys and subsequently placed five-year-old Maurice in The Opportunity Farm, a boy’s orphanage, while three-year-old Richard was adopted by a cousin in Lubec, Maine. Phillip, who was adopted at two days old by Portland Police Officer Patrick Norton and his wife Edith Brown, grew up as an only child and was unaware of his origins. After researching his background, Phillip found his brothers in 1978.

 A scholar in school, Phillip first attended a French-speaking college in Ottawa, Canada before becoming ill and transferring to Gotham State Teacher’s College in Gorham, Maine. Married at age 20 to his high school sweetheart Joyce Fuller, Phillip decided to leave Maine in 1955 for better opportunities in California. In 1958, with the arrival of three daughters in three years, he joined the Palo Alto Police Department, then transferred to Sunnyvale Department of Public Safety. In 1960, he joined the San Jose Police Department.  

 Phillip had an amazing career with San Jose where he started as a patrol officer and drunk wagon driver. Phil soon became a canine officer and was promoted to sergeant in 1967 followed by lieutenant five years later. As the sergeant of the Burglary Prevention Unit, Phil planned and supervised the San Jose-Milpitas sting operation; the first true sting operation in the state of California. In 1969 Phillip was elected president of the San Jose Peace Officer’s Association. Phil described the POA at the time has having all of its records and paperwork fit inside a cardboard box in the trunk of a car. As president, Phil did such a good job at bargaining for benefits and raises from the city that when he was promoted to captain and the paperwork was presented to the city manager, the city manager deleted the captain’s position from the department, resulting in Phil’s demotion back to lieutenant. 

 Retirement from the police department in 1982 didn’t slow Phil at all. To support his family, Phil worked two or more side jobs during his entire career with San Jose. Yet he also made time to finish his bachelor’s degree at San Jose State University and in 1976 he graduated from Santa Clara University Law School, earning a JD. Phil continued to work for San Jose while beginning a law career with a specialty in labor law. Phil truly loved defending the rights of police officers. When Phil and Joyce moved to Truckee California, Phil supervised and helped plan the building of their home in the woods. Phil eventually retired completely in 1997 with a move to Granite Bay California where he enjoyed spending time with his 14 grandchildren and 17 great-grandchildren. Phillip is survived by his wife Joyce, his daughters Jeannie, Patricia, Julia and his sons Peter, Paul and Patrick. 

 Memorial Services will be held at 11 am on Friday May 3rd, at SS Peter and Paul Catholic church in Rocklin, California.

 

 




A PARROT WAS TAKEN INTO CUSTODY AFTER NEARLY SPOILING A POLICE RAID

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Tiniest, Fuzziest Mini Horse With an Attitude!

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Tiniest, Fuzziest Mini Horse Starts Dancing With Joy
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U.S. Economy Grows 3.2% in Q1,
Smashing Expectations

 

SAM MCDONALD’S FARM

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How to Build a Fire Pit with Your Own Two Hands

DOG (NOUN.)

THE BEST FRIEND YOU WILL EVER HAVE. A LOYAL,
LOVING COMPANION THAT CARES FOR YOU MORE
THAN HIMSELF. A SPECIAL CREATURE WHOSE TIME
IN YOUR HEART WILL FAR OUTNUMBER ITS DAY ON
EARTH

After This Young Man Brought Home This Free Puppy, He Realized He'd Made a Big Mistake

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4 DOGS BLOCK TRAFFIC, DRIVERS REALIZE THEY’RE GUARDING THE BODY OF A FRIEND KILLED BY A CAR

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MESSAGE FROM THE CHAPLAINS
AND THE SJPD INSIDER!

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SAVE THE DATE:


Chaplain Dave Bridgen Southern Police Substation Naming Ceremony

Thursday, May 2, 2019 at 2:00PM

6087  Great Oaks Pkway, San Hose, CA

For more information, contact Captain Mike Kihmm at
Michael.kihmm@sanjoseca.gov


 

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