Friday, September 23, 2016

Reports: Victor A. Randall of Sierra Madre Arrested for Possession of Child Pornography

Mod: Two reports have now appeared covering the arrest of this loser. The first comes to us from the Sierra Madre Weekly (link):

Sierra Madre Man Arrested For Possession Of Child Pornography - On September 20, 2016, detectives from the Los Angeles Police Department’s (LAPD) Juvenile Division, Internet Crimes Against Children Unit (ICAC), assigned to the Los Angeles Regional Internet Crimes Against Children (LAICAC) Task Force, arrested a resident of the City of Sierra Madre, identified as Victor A. Randall, 38 years of age, for violation of 311.11(a) Penal Code, a Felony, Possession of Child Pornography.

Investigators initiated the investigation after receiving reports from the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (NCMEC).

Randall was booked at the LAPD, 77th Street Jail on the aforementioned charge, and was subsequently released on $20,000 bail. Randall was given a Notice to Appear at the Clara Shortridge Foltz Criminal Court Building, Division 30 on October 14, 2016.

The LAPD is the principal agency for the Los Angeles Regional Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force, with 69 Federal, State and Local affiliate Law Enforcement agencies that detect and investigate child predators that use the Internet as a means to contact children for the purposes of sexual exploitation or deal in child pornography.

Mod: This second report comes to us from the Pasadena Star News (link):

Sierra Madre man accused of possessing child pornography - Police on Thursday announced the arrest of a Sierra Madre man accused of possessing child pornography.

Officers from the Los Angeles Police Department’s Juvenile Division, Internet Crimes Against Children Unit arrested Victor Alexander Randall, 38, about 8 a.m. Tuesday, according to Sierra Madre police and Los Angeles County booking records.

“Investigators initiated the investigation after receiving reports from the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children,” Sierra Madre police Sgt. Joe Ortiz said in a written statement.

After being booked at the LAPS’s 77th Street Station jail, Randal was released from custody the same day he was arrested after posting $20,000 bail, records show.

Further details regarding the allegations against Randall were not available Thursday.

He’s scheduled to appear for an arraignment hearing on Oct. 14 in Los Angeles County Superior Court.

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37 comments:

  1. Pardon my French, but it sounds like just another scumbag that will soon be leaving Sierra Madre and hopefully for good.

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  2. Where's Janice Bellucci this morning?

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    1. Singing a little song of happiness that she's got another potential client, another "persecuted registered citizen."

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    2. Quite a little world she has made for herself.

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  3. what would trump do?

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  4. Great work from the Internet Crime Task Force crimes against Children and the Sierra Madre Police Department. One more predator brought to light; and as far as anyone knows,before acting on his sexual impulses.
    Now; if only the guy that wore Scottish Kilts and is an International Child Pornographer here in Sierra Madre ; would be brought to justice.
    Good work from all those involved.

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    1. Wishful thinking, 6:32.

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    2. Is he guilty of being a predator, or is that your assumption?

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    3. why you congratulating the SMPD? they had nothing to do with the investigation

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  5. Read closely. LAPD investigated and solved this case and then arrested this criminal. SIerra Madre Police did not participate in this investigation. I wonder why.

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  6. Trump is law abiding. Hillary is not. So you tell me; 6:15 am.

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    1. Donald Trump accused of ‘flagrant’ violations of election law
      http://www.politico.eu/article/donald-trump-accused-of-flagrant-violations-of-election-law-us-elections-2016-gop/

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    2. What law did Hillary break?

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    3. Law professor: Trump can be impeached for fraud and racketeering before he even takes office
      http://www.rawstory.com/2016/09/law-professor-trump-can-be-impeached-for-fraud-and-racketeering-before-he-even-takes-office/

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    4. New Records Shed Light on Donald Trump’s $25,000 Gift to Florida Official
      http://www.nytimes.com/2016/09/15/us/politics/pam-bondi-donald-trump-foundation.html?_r=0

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    5. Trump is a nutcase, 8:01, and I'll ask too - what law did Hillary break?

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  7. The minor that was traveling with the bagpiper when he was arrested and jailed in Nova Scotia would be just about this age now?

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  8. 8:59 am. I don't know what goes on in your world; but in my world, sexual exploitation of children is a predatory action period; no assumption.

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    1. I hope you're not a cop with a gun

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    2. I hope you are not a troll.

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    3. They would have to have serious evidence from his computer...not the stuff you ever want to have happen to children. EVER!

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    4. I have a friend in Sierra Madre whose parents wouldn't let them walk four blocks to go to school. Crazy

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    5. Sierra Madre has a dangerous tolerance for child pornography devotees as well as pedophiles. It is not a safe place to let any child walk to school without a parent or guardian.

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    6. so much paranoia in this town.

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    7. For very good reasons.

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  9. Sierra Madre seems to have more than its share of these creeps.

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  10. He has a Facebook page where you can see what he looks like

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  11. White House taking very seriously the hacked Government E-mails entailing Hillary's travel plans and roots of travel. White House wants to remind staffers of the importance of using secured lines communications ! ! !
    Fact check...Honestly couldn't make this stuff even if i wanted too.... Could I vote for four more years of this. Absolutely not.

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    1. Poor fool. These were secured government lines of communication. The Feds were hacked.

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  12. Root of all Evil . . . The weaving of tangled web (sites).

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  13. All the families that live around this man had better talk to their kids.

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  14. And everyone knows the Federal Government has nothing to do with any part of the White House . Hillary; is that you?

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    1. I guess I need to do another Trump post. The news for the poor fellow has been disastrous this week. Should be interesting.

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  15. http://www.pasadenastarnews.com/government-and-politics/20160923/pasadena-will-tax-netflix-hulu-and-your-city-might-be-next

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  16. I have been reading your posts regularly. I need to say that you are doing a fantastic job. Please keep up the great work.

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  17. Any follow up with this? He is still in the neighborhood but is there a way to find out the court info?

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