... this is @MCoSheriff Derrell Simpson. He is in charge of internal affairs.

Three months ago I had a conversation with Simpson about a probable violation of Penal Code section 115, causing a false document to be publicly filed.

I have accurate information that @SalinasPD's

@adelefrese asked the sheriff deputies to perform a welfare check on Salinas Police Officer Gabe Carvey. Carvey wasn't answering his phone and made some comments about his state.

County communications (so @WendyRootAskew's oversight responsibility) manipulated the document

to read "Dana Carvey" so the public would not find this record and be alerted to a growing scandal within @SalinasPD.

It's called burying the clues.

Cmdr. Simpson assured me they were opening an investigation and would also provide me a copy of the record per my request.

It's been three months.

This is the state of Monterey County right now. Their are documents being hidden from the public and reporters who make these records public - with analysis.

@SalinasPD has a criminal problem in the upper ranks.

So does the Sheriff department.

Does everyone feel safe in @JimmyPanetta MoCo?

Remember Jimmy was a prosecutor?

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