Vallejo Seeks Change Of Venue And Gag Order For Civil Rights Case In Sean Monterrosa Shooting
The city attorney in Vallejo is already seeking a change of venue and a gag order on the attorneys and plaintiffs involved in the civil rights lawsuit filed yesterday in federal court pertaining to the police shooting of Sean Monterrosa.
Destruction Of Evidence In Vallejo Police Killing Of Sean Monterrosa Prompts Calls for FBI, State AG To Investigate
The Vallejo Police Department continues to prove that it is incapable of inspiring public trust or investigating the actions of its own officers, and a revelation came recently that a key piece of evidence in the shooting of Sean Monterrosa has already been destroyed.
Body Cam Footage Shows Vallejo Officer Shoot Sean Monterrosa Through Windshield, Then Ask If He Was Armed
The body-worn camera footage has been released by the Vallejo PD in the June 2 shooting. And it shows an officer in the backseat of a police vehicle aim a high-powered rifle and fire five rounds through the front windshield before the vehicle had even come to a stop.
Humpday Headlines: State AG Declines to Investigate Vallejo Police Shooting
California had its highest one-day uptick in COVID-19 cases yesterday, the SF Board of Ed just voted to defund the police, that Antioch officer has apologized about the protester-slapping comment, and the Trump Organization may be selling its stake in 555 California.
Family of Man Killed By Vallejo Officer: 'They Executed Him'
22-year-old Sean Monterrosa, the San Francisco man who was fatally shot Monday night by a Vallejo police officer who believed he was carrying a handgun — which turned out to be a hammer — was the son of a longtime employee at Anchor Oyster Bar in the Castro. And his family is speaking out.