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On a recent Saturday, on a beautiful spring evening in the multipurpose room of Vallecito Elementary School, I experienced what the framers of our Constitution must have meant by “a more perfect union.”
The gym was full of people from many walks of life — Jews, Muslims, Christians, atheists — people of many hues gathered to break bread and mingle in a community potluck dinner.
The event was called “Meet Your Muslim Neighbors.”
Retired Oakland police Sgt. LeRoy Johnson had no comment as he appeared in court Monday, accused of not reporting child abuse involving Jasmine Abuslin, the daughter of an Oakland police dispatcher.
Johnson did not enter a plea and was ordered to return to court in December. His attorney also declined to discuss the case.Retired Oakland cop in court for allegedly failing to report sex abuse
Prosecutors say Johnson had a private Facebook chat with Abuslin on Sept. 21. According to Alameda County prosecutors, she told Johnson that she had sex with other Oakland police officers — and told him not to tell anyone.
Four officers have been fired and five disciplined altogether in the investigation
RICHMOND — Three more Richmond officers will be fired in the wake of allegations that dozens of Bay Area police officers exploited the sex-trafficked teenage daughter of an Oakland police dispatcher.
Mayor Tom Butt confirmed in an email Saturday that city officials have decided to fire three officers who were previously designated to be demoted or suspended. A total of four Richmond officers have lost their jobs as a result of the Bay Area-wide police sex exploitation scandal.