AB109, Prop 47, and Prop 57 are all responsible for the nasty violence occurring on our streets. Yesterday a Whittier police officer was killed by parolee Michael Mejia, a man with a horrible past.
But because of Jerry Brown and California voters, he was not in prison.
(Michael C. Mejia: Whittier Police Department)
This kind of thing won't go away soon. In fact, it's going to get worse unless Brown does something about it. Our law enforcement can't do their job!
Here are two more creeps who, just like the Whittier cop killer, should have never been let out of jail.
On Sunday 36-year-old Lucas Doi Fick of Covina was detained as "a person of interest" in connection with the fatal shooting of two Covina women and the wounding of a 2-year-old boy.
When officers entered his home, they found the two women dead from gunshot wounds and the boy suffering from a gunshot wound to the back.
(Lucas Doi Fick: Covina Police Department)
Police found two guns in Fick's house. Fick, a felon on parole from a drug violation, was wearing an ankle monitor when they got to him.
He's affiliated with a gang and has a long past of multiple convictions including:
- Drug possession
- Unlawful possession of weapons and ammunition
In 2004 he was convicted of assault with a deadly weapon. In 2014 he was arrested on suspicion of having unlawful sex with an underage girl, but was never convicted of the crime.
Now let's move down to Torrance to see another creep.
Early yesterday morning a repeat drug and auto theft offender killed a driver while fleeing the cops.
(Zachary Alexander: Torrance Police Department)
22-year-old Zachary Alexander of San Pedro killed Charles Chunlei Wang, 56, of Torrance when he crashed into him.
He and his passenger, Deborah Ornelas also from San Pedro, were held on $35,000 bail.
Alexander is no stranger to law enforcement. Just two weeks ago he was charged in Torrance with seven counts of auto theft and a single count of taking a car without permission.
He made $35,000 bail and was out two days later on Feb. 3.
The Daily Breeze got their hands on his records, which list crimes dating back to 2013:
- March 5, 2013: possession of methamphetamine for sale — 24 days in jail, three years probation
- Dec. 18, 2014: receiving stolen property — 16 months in jail
- Sept. 30, 2015: possession of methamphetamine for sale —102 days in jail; auto theft charges dismissed
- March 24, 2016: possession of methamphetamine — 30 days jail, probation
- June 20, 2016: taking a vehicle without permission — two years in county jail
- July 20, 2016: taking a vehicle without permission — 16 months in county jail
Alexander's passenger in the Torrance killing, Deborah Ornelas, was arrested in Feb. 2016 and charged with child abuse.
These people should've been locked up! Shame on you Jerry Brown, and shame on anybody who goes along with his policies!