Posted by steve, a resident of the Parkside neighborhood, on Jun 20, 2012 at 8:25 am
There asking Eric Holders' Department of Justice to get involved. Oh boy, if we needed any additional evedence that the union was involved this is it. Crime ------> Union Involvment ------> Obama sending Holder in to "SAVE the DAY". What more evedence is needed? We live in a union controlled city, sheltered by a union controlled police force, on a leesh of the union controlled "Justice" department. I voted for Obama the first time, but only some idiot would vote for him a second.
Posted by Melanie, a resident of the Kottinger Ranch neighborhood, on Jun 20, 2012 at 11:02 am
Maybe the Alameda County Sheriff should completely take over the Jane Doe case.
I think the Sheriff did a great job with the Castro Valley Jane Doe case. They dug and dug, kept it in the media, even went to Mexico to find out who she was and what happened to her. I get the sense that Pleasanton PD is not treating this case as close their hearts as Alameda County did in the CV case. The cases also look so similar.
Posted by Arnold, a resident of the Another Pleasanton neighborhood neighborhood, on Jun 20, 2012 at 11:14 am
After careful mathematical formulation I can tell you that our general economic malaise is contributing to the lethargy of the Ptown Police Dept. If it wasn't ensconced behind a floodbreak to protect it against firings and lay-offs, these guys and gals in blue would be doing a much better job. Instead, they loaf while the sea level goes up and up and up. We'll all be drowning if this public worker entitlement class is allowed to lord over us with their huge salaries and pensions.
Posted by Mom, a resident of the Castlewood neighborhood, on Jun 20, 2012 at 9:57 pm
Wow Melanie. You did a perfect job of articulating what I've been thinking. I saw a program that told the Castro valley Jane Doe story and the investigators that handled it like it was their own daughter. I really hope Pleasanton police does turn it over. As a resident of Pleasanton for over thirty years I don't think it's a bad thing that they likely lack the experience to handle a murder investigation. If I'm not mistaken, the sheriff also solved the castlewood murder case too.