$3 million lawsuit filed against Pleasanton and Alameda County Around Town, posted by VT article?, a resident of the Another Pleasanton neighborhood neighborhood, on Oct 16, 2012 at 10:33 pm
Just read the Valley Times about the 21 page lawsuit just filed. Says a Pleasanton police officer met a person over a 'remote control car' website, made a traffic stop with no probable cause, then performed a false arrest.
I looked at the Police Blotter website on the Pleasanton web page that records the arrests in order to find it, but it doesn't seem to be working anymore. Why doesn't this Web Link work anymore?
Posted by Shame On Brian, a resident of the Birdland neighborhood, on Oct 19, 2012 at 9:51 am
No probable cause? The police report that was linked in a previous "Brain Lancaster is a victim" post showed that he was pulled over for expired tags. That revealed that he also was driving on a suspended license and had a search clause on him due to being on probation for stealing purses from Nordstrom. That search found on him 2 grams of meth and a glass smoking pipe in his pocket that he immediately blamed on someone who wasn't even in the car with him (what a classy guy). Also, this guy has a history in Pleasanton, so it's not like he isn't known.
Posted by Seattle's finest, a resident of the Danbury Park neighborhood, on Dec 2, 2012 at 7:16 am
@ shame on Brian
Brian has been saying he was set up and your right I saw the report. The DA just doesn't dismiss charges like that and this clearly shows that the DA's office agreed with Lancaster. Timing is way to convenient Lesley Regina, Lisa Secord or Trey Secord think its appropriate to post innocent non involved peoples names and phone numbers on the web.
I know Brian and a quitter he's not. He squared up with a junior when we were in the eighth grade and now he's squaring up against Tim Martens. Money on Lancaster all day.
Posted by Richard Cottrell, a resident of the Vineyard Avenue neighborhood, on Jan 25, 2013 at 12:05 pm
Filthy business. This sort of thing is so deeply damaging to law enforcement integrity that these clowns need to be given the stiffest possible criminal sentence, and the civil piece needs to go to Juryland so they lose everything that they have.
Nobody - and ESPECIALLY law enforcement - has the right to do this sort of thing.
Incidentally, this is probably filed federally as a "Section 1983" suit, which is what you do pursue as a violation under the color of authority. It is a direct hit against the Constitution to deprive a person of their fundamental rights to due process as well as privacy, and these guys deserve to be de-nuded of their assets - I just wish the U.S. Attorney would also take a look at it for federal criminal violations as well.
There's a rose garden in Lompoc that always needs attention, and a couple of years of gardening at 72 cents per hour would be a good sentence for these crimes.
Posted by Bethany Regan, a resident of the Lund Ranch II neighborhood, on Jan 29, 2013 at 3:32 am
@Rich- You are defending someone that claimed to have won a Purple Heart, yet in the "real world" never even left the port, much less ever engaged in any battle. What a loathsome two faced degenerate!Clogging the toilet with his lawsuit.
It's a pattern of his, to lie, deceive and blame others for his shortcomings. Imagine if every yellow-bellied blowhard in the Valley was suing for their own cowardice and abusive behaviors and on your dime?
The only piece that should be in the Penitentiary is Lancaster. Just have a look at his record of stalking, drug use, assault rifle and handgun brandishing, paranoia, theft, delusional whining, and using photos of his children on TV to beg for millions even though he doesn't try to see them. A subhuman of the lowest most pathetic level.
This bloated cyst on the hind of mankind is the definition of human sewage (a solid waste) and utterly lacking any redeeming qualities whatsoever.
Posted by Daveg, a resident of the Birdland neighborhood, on Mar 18, 2013 at 11:00 am Daveg is a member (registered user) of PleasantonWeekly.com
Why is it that just as a posting starts to generate a lot of responses, the PW limits postings to registered members? Either limit all postings to registered members or open to all. Another example of selective censorship by the PW.