LOCAL MISSING PERSON: JAMES ANTHONY ANDRADE……

MISSING FROM A GOLD PANNING TRIP TO THE FOOTHILLS

12-14-2017


I was contacted today by a woman by the name of Donna Creekmore – Lyon. Her son 41 yr old James Anthony Andrade has been missing for about 45 days.

The best information that she has that he took a trip to the grass Valley area to do some gold panning with a friend, the friend apparently returned home without James. They have not seen or heard from James since then, and she thinks that the friend has disappeared, or the least they have not been to locate him.

A report has been filed with the Nevada County Sheriff’s Department, and in addition to Stanislaus County Sheriff’s Department also.

He has been missing for some time but they reports were just recently filed.

Anyone with any information in regard to this young man’s disappearance. Please contact:

Stanislaus County Sheriff’s Department @ (209)–552-2468,

Nevada County Sheriff’s Department @ (530) 265-1471

Or crime stoppers

Or if there’s any information that anyone wants to relate through Dawgs Blog I can relay that information to the family.

Here is the mothers Facebook post below:

 

WAZZUP DAWG? WHAT IS WITH ALL THAT ADVERTISING ON YOUR SITE NOW?

NEED FUNDING FOR ACTIVITIES DURING THE TRIAL

by Marty Carlson

12-09-2017

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I’m sure many of you have noted that have started advertising through WordPress and taking on sponsors. I always said I would never do such a thing but to keep disseminating this information of the Frank Carson et al trial that is coming up I need to raise some funds, and donations have come to a stop.

Someone recently suggested to me that we ask people to make monthly donation to Dawgs Blog in support of keeping this information flowing. There are constant expenses in regard to simply going to court, web site costs, supplies, printing materials, Podcasts, boosting posts on Facebook, the occasional purchase of court records like transcripts and other things, and many more.

If anybody is willing to make that type of obligation, which can also be done anonymously (please note if you do), please contact me either on my Facebook page, or you can email me at Dawgonnitdawgsblog@gmail.com , or you can send donations through the mail to PO Box 1115, Hughson, Ca. 95326. I also have a go fund me page that’s been up for some time with no activity for almost a year. https://www.gofundme.com/DawgsBlog 

I also understand there are people who cannot help.

I do not ask you to give anything more than you can afford, and there can be a full accounting at any time upon request. Note too: I am now turning Dawgs Blog into a business and have obtained a business license and all the proper government requirements, like the IRS. Make check out to Marty Carlson Services.

I am not personally trying to make money I am just trying to cover expenses as I am a sole proprietor of this business and not giving myself an income. All monies will be paid out for the website and dissemination of this information.

I appreciate the support that many people have given me, and I am personally here for the long haul to see this case through.

Any help that anybody can provide in regard to these matters would be deeply appreciated.

DAWG

PLEASE WELCOME MY NEW SPONSOR

DOUGLAS D. MANER

STATE BAR # 107648

1500 J street Modesto, ca. 95354

Office: (209) 581-2985,

Cell (209) 315-5898

Manerlawfirm@gmail.com

 

Dawgs Blog would like to welcome my newest sponsor and supporter of my site.

As you see above his name is Douglas Maner and he is an attorney with 35 years’ experience which included 22 years in the Stanislaus County District Attorney’s Office.

He has taken over 100 jury trials to verdict, most of which were serious felonies, including 11 homicides, 10 attempted homicides, 16 gang crimes, 17 robberies and nine sex crimes. He is also experienced in juvenile law, domestic violence, sex crime defense as well as drug and theft cases.

As a senior deputy district attorney for over 20 years he has thorough knowledge of the inner workings of the District Attorney’s Office. That experience gives him insight and what it takes to take their cases apart.

The cases he takes run the full gamut from people accused of the above listed crimes down to simple misdemeanors, or DUI’s.

He also has experience in veteran’s treatment court representation, he is death penalty qualified and is currently on the special circumstances/death penalty panel of attorneys are appointed to the most serious murder cases by the Stanislaus County Superior Court, and has been the primary attorney in six death penalty cases to date.

DAWG SAYS:

Obviously more than qualified to help you out, but on a personal note I got to sit down and talk to Mr. Maner for some time the other day and I was impressed with the confidence that he exudes, and you can tell there’s a bulldog attitude behind that to get things done. And his insight to the District Attorney’s Office could be very valuable.

If you need help he is someone I think is more than qualified and who could help you take care of your situation.

HOW TO BE A GREAT LEADER……

THE MINDSET OF HIGH ACHIEVERS

 

PLEASE SHUT OFF AD BLOCKERS ON DAWGS BLOG……..

ATTENTION

IN AN EFFORT TO RAISE SOME REVENUE I HAVE TAKEN TO ALLOWING ADVERTISING FROM WORDPRESS AND I WILL MAKE A BIT OF MONEY THROUGH IT.

PLEASE SHUT OFF YOUR AD BLOCKERS TO HELP OUT THIS SITE TO KEEP IT FUNCTIONAL.

THANK YOU.

DAWG

WAZZUP DAWG……..

If you are looking for updates on The Frank Carson Case, or my Linda (copsucker) Taylor series, or AJ Pontillo series Please go to the category drop down menu to the right on a computer or at the bottom on a hand held device and click on the right category for your choice.

I have changed the options on the searches as you can also access older dates easier, Or you can just enter the name of the person you are looking for in the search box.

Just for information I have changed the commenting and you need to log in with Facebook or Twitter. Feel free to comment but if it gets out of hand I will delete them but I encourage people to speak their mind as I do.

Feel free to contact me by email : DawgonnitDawgsblog@gmail.com

Thank you for coming to my site.

DAWG

FACEBOOK POST OF THE DAY…….

barney

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CLINT SAYS…….

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I started a neighborhood watch last night!

So far none of them have seen me!

2018 Brings lots of new California laws

Guns, Pets and Pot

12-15-2017


From ABC7

Hundreds of new laws are going into effect in California when the clock strikes midnight this new year.

The laws will increase the minimum wage, give new parents more time to bond with their children and increase punishment for sexual extortion.

Here is a look at just some of the new laws.

Marijuana


Prop 64: Recreational Use of Marijuana

Gov. Jerry Brown signed 859 bills into law in the past few months, but the one getting the most attention is one approved by voters. Proposition 64 legalized the recreational use of marijuana in November of 2016. However, retail sales of recreational marijuana were not allowed until Jan. 1, 2018. In the new year, Californians age 21 and over can buy up to one ounce of marijuana (28.5 grams) and ounce of concentrates (8 grams). Keep in mind that not all cities and counties will allow retail sales of marijuana. Sales can only take place in businesses registered with the state.

SB65: Marijuana Use in Cars

Expands existing laws that control the use of alcohol in cars to include the use of marijuana. This law makes it illegal to smoke or ingest marijuana while driving or while riding as a passenger in a vehicle.

Workplace


SB3: Minimum Wage

The state’s lowest paid workers are getting a pay increase of 50 cents an hour. On Jan. 1, California’s minimum wage will increase to $11 per hour for companies with 26 or more employees and to $10.50 an hour for businesses with 25 or fewer employees. An employee must make at least $45,760 a year to be exempt from the minimum wage increase.

SB63: New Parent Leave

Provides up to 12 weeks of unpaid maternity or paternity leave for new parents (including adoptions and foster care) who work for companies with 20 or more employees. It also protects new parents from losing job and health care benefits during time off.

AB168: Salary History and Pay Scales

Prohibits employers from seeking or asking about a job applicant’s salary history, compensation or benefits. It also requires employers disclose pay scales for a position if it is requested by a job applicant.

AB1008: Ban the Box Law

Expands the state’s current “Ban the Box” law to prohibit businesses with as few as five employees from asking about a job applicants criminal history.

Immigration


SB54: Sanctuary State

Restricts local law enforcement agencies from communicating with federal immigration authorities about people in custody, except those previously convicted of felonies in the past 15 years.

SB29: Immigration Detention Centers

Prohibits new contracts between local governments and corporations that run immigration detention centers.

AB450: Worksite Immigration Enforcement

Prohibits employers from providing federal immigration agents access to nonpublic areas of a work site unless they have a judicial warrant. Also prohibits employers from providing employee records to immigration agents unless there is a subpoena or judicial warrant.

AB699 & AB21: Student Immigration Status

Prohibit public schools, including community colleges, California State University and University of California campuses from collecting information about student citizenship or immigration status and that of their families.

Pets


AB1491: Rent to Own Pets

Prohibits deceptive rent-to-own or leasing contracts for pet dogs or cats that do not immediately transfer ownership of the animal to the purchaser.

AB1137: Pets Housing

Tenants in new housing developments will be allowed to have one or more pets in their home if the development receives financing through state programs.

Guns


AB693: Ammunition Sales

Ammunition purchases will have to be made in person through an authorized vendor. Anyone wishing to transfer ammunition must also do it through a licensed dealer. Online sales are still allowed, but the ammunition must be shipped to a licensed vendor.

AB7: Open Carry Guns

Closes a loophole in existing laws to prohibit gun owners from carrying unloaded shotguns or rifles in unincorporated areas of a county where there is a shooting ban.

Education


AB19: Community Colleges
Waives tuition fees for one academic year to first-time students who are enrolled in 12 or more semester units and qualify for aid under a FAFSA or California Dream Act application.

AB830: High School Exit Exam

California scrapped the high school exit exam in 2015. This law permanently eliminates it as a condition of graduation.

Health


AB10: Feminine Hygiene

Requires public middle and high schools with a high percentage of low-income students to provide free feminine hygiene products in half of the school’s bathrooms.

AB1303: Window Tinting

Drivers with certain medical conditions will be allowed to tint vehicle windshields and front and rear windows. A dermatologist certification will be required to show the driver has a medical condition, such as Lupus, that makes them sensitive to ultraviolet rays.

SB575: Medical Records

Allows low-income Californians to receive copies of their medical records at no cost when applying for public benefit programs such as Medi-Cal, CalWORKs, CalFresh and veterans benefits.

Sex Crimes


SB500: Sexual Extortion

Expands existing extortion laws to punish perpetrators who obtain sexually explicit images of someone and threaten to distribute them unless the victim provides more sexually explicit images or performs sexual acts.

SB597: Safe at Home

Safe at Home already offers victims of domestic violence, sexual assault and stalking a free post office box, mail forwarding service and a confidential address to ensure their safety. This new law would expand the program to include victims of sex trafficking.

But, not all new laws waited until 2018 to go into effect.

The state’s gas tax went up 12 cents per gallon on Nov. 1, 2017, to pay for pothole repairs and improve public transit.

Some laws will take longer to be implemented, like SB179, which will allow Californians to choose their sexual identity on their driver’s license as either female, male or nonbinary, and AB485, which will require that stores only sell animals that come from rescue organizations.

FRANK CARSON et al 12-15-2017 am

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Here is the morning report

BIKINI FRIDAY AT LAST…….

CLINT SAYS…….

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I’d offer you a penny for your thoughts,

but I hate overpaying for things.