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Sgt LeMoss broke 60 year old woman's arm May 9
Sgt. LeMoss of the SCPD broke a 60 year old woman's arm May 9, 2008 on West Cliff Drive and is still charged with resisting arrest. Her case will be set for a pre-trial hearing tomorrow, 8:30 AM, August 6, 2008 at Dept 1 or 2. Santa Cruz County Courthouse. She is represented by pro bono lawyers Ben RIce and Greg Coban. They have met and reviewed together 50 pages of police reports and 20 pages of corrections and rebuttal. We are exited about this case and hopefully helping to put some checks and balances backon the Santa Cruz police department. It should be a brief appearance tommorrow and will be at the 9:30 meeting in the cafeteria.
A court appearance is necessary tomorrow in the DEISS case, the case of a 60 year old disabled woman's arm being broken by Sgt. LeMoss of the Santa Cruz Police Department May 9 on W. Cliff Drive. A preliminary hearing date is to be set and she will be represented by Ben Rice and Greg Coban pro bono. The brief court appearance will be at 8:30 AM and she will be meeting in the cafeteria at 9:30 with supporters. Resisting arrest is the charge she is facing and the questions continue to remain. What was she arrested for? Why was LeMoss dressed in a black jumpsuit and not wearing a badge?