"A California woman accused of accepting $1,700 to work on a jail inmate's child-custody case while pretending to be a lawyer is now facing criminal charges. When sheriff's deputies at the Orange County jail followed the standard procedure of asking for an attorney identification card, prosecutors said, defendant Ellen Anise Rowland, 56, told them it was in her car but provided the name and identification number of a real attorney, Ellen Williams."
FEATURED POST @local935 - #SBCoFD #Local935 Engineer @jp.165 forces entry on a commercial structure fire in the City of #Hesperia QUICK RESPONSE BY SBCoFD FIREFIGHTERS SAVE FEED STORE At 12:56 A.M. this morning San Bernardino County Fire received multiple reports of a commercial structure fire at a feed store in the City of Hesperia. Numerous calls were placed to the communications center reporting a large hay pile well involved with fire near multiple buildings. While enroute a large…
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Criminal mugshots from 1836-1900 collected by Sheriff Thomas Cunningham. His collection of mugshots was/is one of the largest in the country and includes inmates from across the States. Not known if the Sheriff was also the photographer...@aipadphoto #aipad2017