The following is a press release from an organization unaffiliated with Voice of OC. The views expressed here are not those of Voice of OC. Supervisor Todd Spitzer and Supervisor Andrew Do Demand OCERS to Cut Convicted Felon Carlos Bustamante’s Government Pension After Guilty Plea
(Orange County, CA) – Supervisor Todd Spitzer and Supervisor Andrew Do called on the Orange County Employees’ Retirement System (OCERS) to strip Carlos Bustamante of part of his taxpayer pension in light of his criminal conviction and sentence on three felony counts that include attempted sexual battery by restraint, stalking, and grand theft by false pretenses. “The public is sick and tired of people like Bustamante and Former Sheriff Carona being convicted of felony conduct while in office and then riding off into the sunset with their full taxpayer paid for pensions,” said Supervisor Todd Spitzer. In a letter to OCERS, Supervisor Spitzer and Supervisor Do requested that OCERS reduce proportionately Bustamante’s retirement benefits retroactively from the date of commission of the felonious conduct, which occurred on July 2, 2009 to October 4, 2011, when Bustamante resigned from the County of Orange.
Supervisors Spitzer and Do: Reward Those Who Helped in Apprehension of Jail Escapees
(Orange County, CA) – Supervisors Todd Spitzer and Andrew Do directed the County to present rewards to those who helped with the capture of escaped inmates Hossein Nayeri, Jonathan Tieu and Bac Duong. Now in custody, the inmates had escaped from the Central Men’s Jail in Santa Ana. The Agenda Staff Report prepared by Spitzer and Do, filed today, states that Matthew Charles Hay-Chapman provided specific information to law enforcement that directly led to the immediate apprehension of escaped inmates Hossein Nayeri and Jonathan Tieu and that he is therefore lawfully entitled to collect the reward for their capture.
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January 19, 2016
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Spitzer re-election campaign launches with endorsements from OC GOP, all OC Supervisors and dozens of OC elected officials
Orange, CA – Orange County Supervisor Todd Spitzer launched his 2016 re-election campaign with a tsunami of endorsements led by the Orange County Republican Party and followed by more than 40 of his fellow elected officials at the local, state and federal level. Last night the Orange County GOP Central Committee voted without dissent to endorse the re-election of Supervisor Spitzer. This endorsement comes on the heels of the full support of his Board of Supervisors colleagues and adds to the growing chorus of support that Supervisor Spitzer has received countywide.
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Orange County Employees Association officials showed up to the board meeting en masse to vent anger regarding COIN decision, which has delayed labor contract talks. Supervisors recessed the meeting and walked out.