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A look back - Our First Major Felony Case - Leon Willis aka HOG

Update to 594 Series


A Background Not Well Known:

Law Enforcement Technology

Citizens Community Watch

LETS to Crimewatch: TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER PROGRAM

Since its inception in 1992, LETS has demonstrated that an agency, can in fact, do more with less. How? SmartUse©! Technology vendors supplied products to LETS-TTP in Sacramento. Whether in "beta test" or available "off the shelf" LETS in turn makes products available to law enforcement agencies or crime prevention groups who have expressed an interest in evolving technology.

LETS and it's "Technology Partners" have sponsored seminars and booths at trade shows in New York, Boston, Chicago, St. Louis, Las Vegas, Anaheim, Los Angeles, San Francisco and Sacramento. The mission of these joint projects is to acquaint agencies with the availability of emerging technology and afford them a "no-strings attached" opportunity to test its applicability to their needs. Technology Partners provide needed support through LETS, on-sight or via the Internet. Participating agencies incur neither cost nor obligation to purchase TP's products other than to report back on the results.

These results are often reported in "White Papers" distributed at law enforcement conferences and trade shows. They may also be featured in LETS technology videos that are used in seminars. A key benefit to the partner is feedback and the potential for product enhancements prior to marketing them to government. Technology Partners often contribute financially to the LETS-TTP and it's various nonprofit activities as project or conference sponsors. In past years, sponsors have included divisions of GTE MobileNet, AT&T Wireless (Lucent Technologies), Motorola, Lexis-Nexis, RAM Mobile Data, CompuServe, Minnesota Western, Sharp, Logitech, Wang, Norris Communications, Semantic, Thomas Brother's Maps, Power Tech, Impact Solutions and a host of other leading technology innovators.
Law Enforcement Technology

Case History:

In 1995-96 Sacramento Crimewatch (Formerly Community Watch) seeks help from police to document series vandalism in the central city and midtown. The financial crimes unit candidly admits there are limited resources to investigate, let alone document, the rapidly increasing incidents of graffiti vandalism in the city. Additionally, patrol officers seldom have camera equipment in the cars and crime scene investigators are often backlogged on calls of a more serious nature.

Problem:   How do citizen volunteers take the hundreds of photos required to document a series crime and keep track of the locations in an efficient manner?

Solution:

Law Enforcement TechnologyCrimewatch initiated nightly bike patrols in the central business district. It set up its patrol plan on a detailed parcel map provided by the City's Neighborhood Services Department. The large format afforded by the wall map displayed each lot in the target areas. This became the "Bike Patrol Grid Map" that was used to monitor "hot spots" and tagger's vandalism patterns.

Crimewatch then purchased inexpensive 35mm cameras with date-stamp capabilities. As incidents were reported to the group's hotline or found on patrols, volunteers took sequential photos. One team took photos on numbered streets while the other documented vandalism incidents on lettered streets. $4,000 was spent by LETS in two years.

Law Enforcement TechnologyNorris Communications provided Flashback digital recorders to LETS for evaluation. These were pressed into service by Crimewatch to keep an audio log of the photos taken by bike patrol volunteers. The conventional micro cassette tape recorder had not withstood the rigors of street life on bicycles. The more durable Flashback units could be dropped, run over and proved moisture resistant in the field. Each 2-megabyte "sound clip" was capable of recording 32 minutes of sound. In practice, that amounted to documenting well over 100 incidents.

 

Law Enforcement TechnologyWhen prints were returned from the photo lab, recorded notes from the Flashback were written on the back of each photo. This information included location, time, and vandal crew if known photographer and victim. The laptop computer that was used for the database was updated. A form was then provided to the victim so a police report could be generated. Where possible, this form was faxed to our Center and the report uploaded by Crimewatch to the Police Department's "On-line Crime Reporting" site on the Internet. A report number was then returned by PD via e-mail and noted on both the photo and in the database. The victim was then contacted and asked if they would be willing to prosecute once a suspect was identified. The photo was then scanned for future use and delivered to police as evidence.

 
Victims appointed Community Watch to serve as their spokeperson in court and before governmental agencies. Volunteers made each court appearance and maintained constant contact with the trial attorney in the various cases.

The Restitution Taskforce tried to follow through with the County of Sacramento's Revenue and Recovery Division and the Probation Department to collect for victims. That's an area still lacking today.

The Midtown Business Association Appreciation: Thoughtful? Yes, but the real credit belongs to our Police, the District Attorney's office when things go right for the victims and a Community who insist justice be done.

Sacramento Worst Serial Vandal - Leon David Willis!
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Results:

The first test of this strategy came on April 1, 1997 when a Crimewatch K-9 team volunteer spotted an adult serial vandal working his way through midtown. Bret and his "partner" Ali, contacted the Center and Bike 1 responded. Together, they found the suspect on a second story commercial building where he had "thrown up" a six foot high graffiti tag.

The suspect was advised he was under arrest and detained for police. Responding officers took custody of the vandal along with exposed film in his camera, a sketch book and other items in his backpack including paint and markers. Police were enthusiastic when they learned that Crimewatch had a backlog of photos attributed to this previously unidentified serial criminal.

The investigating patrol officer reviewed the photos with staff at the SCCW Center and then took the pictures to the county jail. The officer placed all the pictures on a table including two photos of incidents we knew the vandal hadn't done. The suspect promptly pulled out those two photos and admitted to having vandalized property depicted in the remaining prints.

Ultimately, thanks to police and the District Attorney, this serial vandal received a lengthy jail term, with a five years prison sentence hanging over his head and probation terms that barred him from entering our neighborhoods. He was also ordered to make restitution to his victims.

Law Enforcement Technology

 

 Leon David Willis - Model Citizen Artist!

Leon David Willis aka HOG whose “art” is still visible in Midtown, East Sac and Boulevard Park neighborhoods. Willis went from zero to hero and walked on $10,000+ in owed restitution!.

We got the FELONY CONVICTION for Willis but the department of Revenue Recovery did nothing to collect the thousands of dollars still owed to his victims. The county took their money off the top of what little Willis paid.

When he was arrested in Santa Barbara on felony vandalism, the police and DA there wanted Sacramento County to violate his probation so his prison sentence in Santa Barbara could be enhanced and the punishment fit BOTH crimes. Unfortunately , something fell through the cracks and the District Attorney's Office dismissed all actions against Mr. Willis even after he was arrested here for domestic violence and violation of probation for not making restitution.

We had hoped to see Willis's probation revoked and get the County to hold him responsible for restitution. Leon’s probation officer Patrick Morrison, was the only official to support that effort time after time.

At the end of day, Willis was promoted to celebrity status as a “Featured Artist” in a midtown event, allowed to thumb his nose at the court’s orders of probation, restitution and continued his criminal career in another county. Read the file: our DA ignored Santa Barbara’s appeal “in the furtherance of justice.”

 

 
Dozens of court appearances, violationd of probation hearings and little justice served!

 

Xref Last Name First Name Middle Name Suffix
3163760 AKA HOGGWASH WILLIS Jr
3163760 HOGG AKA WILLIS Jr
3163760 HOGGE AKA TAGGER  
3163760 HOGGWASH MR AKA  
3163760 TAGGER AKA WILLIS Jr
3163760 TAGGER LEON    
3163760 WILLIS LEON    
3163760 WILLIS LEON DAVID  
3163760 WILLIS LEON DAVID Jr
  Filing Information:
 
Case Number Filing Date Xref Last First Status Charge Doc Court ID
97F07639 09/23/1997 3163760 WILLIS LEON Disposed Certified 34100
  Filing Charges:
 
Count Charge Severity
C001 PC 594.7 FEL
C002 PC 594.7 FEL
C003 PC 594.7 FEL
C004 PC 594.7 FEL
 
  Hearing History:
 
Date Time Department Reason Outcome
12/19/2001 4:00 PM Department 60 MOTMOD GRANT
12/19/2001 4:00 PM Department 60 MOTRECBW GRANT
04/30/2001 1:30 PM Department 62 ARRAIGNVP B/W
06/09/2000 4:00 PM Department 61 HRGREST OTHER
02/18/2000 8:30 AM Department 31 AD/DENVP SENT
02/18/2000 8:30 AM Department 31 COUNSEL PD/REL/CRT
02/18/2000 8:30 AM Department 31 HRGREST RESTSET
02/02/2000 8:30 AM Department 61 AD/DENVP CONT
01/26/2000 8:30 AM Department 61 AD/DENVP CONT
01/26/2000 8:30 AM Department 61 MOTBAIL OTHER
01/19/2000 1:30 PM Department 61 BWARR CONTAD/DEN
01/19/2000 1:30 PM Department 61 COUNSEL PD/APPT/VP
01/19/2000 1:30 PM Department 61 JAIL INST JAIL INST
01/10/2000 1:30 PM Department 62 ARRAIGNVP B/W
05/19/1999 8:30 AM Department 62 OTHER OTHER
11/20/1998 8:30 AM Department 62 AD/DENVP SENT
11/20/1998 8:30 AM Department 62 COUNSEL CAC/REL
11/20/1998 8:30 AM Department 62 HRGREST RESTSET
11/10/1998 8:30 AM Department 62 AD/DENVP CONT
11/10/1998 8:30 AM Department 62 HRGREST CONT
11/03/1998 1:30 PM Department 62 COUNSEL CAC/APPTVP
11/03/1998 1:30 PM Department 62 COUNSEL PD/DC/OVL
11/03/1998 1:30 PM Department 62 FURTHPRO CONT
10/22/1998 1:30 PM Department 63 ARRAIGNVP CONT
06/26/1998 10:00 AM Department 08 HRGREST RESTSET
06/01/1998 8:30 AM Department 63 HRGREST CONT
05/22/1998 2:00 PM Department 63 HRGREST CONT
04/30/1998 10:30 AM Department 63 COUNSEL CAC
04/30/1998 10:30 AM Department 63 HRGREST CONT
04/09/1998 10:30 AM Department 63 HRGREST CONT
11/14/1997 4:00 PM Department 09 HRGREST OTHER
11/14/1997 4:00 PM Department 09 JS SENT
11/12/1997 4:00 PM Department 09 JS CONT
11/07/1997 10:30 AM Department 09 J&S CONT
10/02/1997 4:00 PM Department 09 ARRAIGN REFORIG
10/02/1997 4:00 PM Department 09 FP/MUNI CERT/SUPCT
10/02/1997 4:00 PM Department 09 FP/MUNI OTHER
10/02/1997 4:00 PM Department 09 FP/MUNI REFPROB/C
09/24/1997 8:45 AM Department 09 ARRAIGN CONT
09/23/1997 9:00 AM Department 21 SC CONT
 
Type Code Description
Reason AD/DENVP TO ADMIT OR DENY PETN VIOL PROB
Reason ARRAIGN ARRAIGNMENT
Reason ARRAIGNVP ARRAIGN ON PETN VIOL PROB
Reason BWARR RETURN ON BENCH WARRANT
Reason COUNSEL COUNSEL INFORMATION
Reason FP/MUNI FURTHER PROCEEDINGS, MUNICIPAL
Reason FURTHPRO FURTHER PROCEEDINGS
Reason HRGREST RESTITUTION DETERMINATION HEARING
Reason J&S JUDGEMENT AND SENTENCE
Reason JAIL INST SPECIAL NOTIFICATION TO JAIL (HAIRCUTS, DR'S APPT, ETC.)
Reason JS JUDGMENT & SENTENCE
Reason MOTBAIL MOT RE BAIL
Reason MOTMOD MOT TO MODIFY
Reason MOTRECBW MOT TO RECALL BENCH WARRANT
Reason OTHER OTHER
Reason SC SETTLEMENT CONFERENCE
Outcome B/W BENCH WARRANT
Outcome CAC COURT APPOINTED COUNSEL
Outcome CAC/APPTVP COURT APPOINTED ATTORNEY APPOINTED ON VIOLATION OF PROBATION
Outcome CAC/REL COURT APPOINTED COUNSEL RELIEVED
Outcome CERT/SUPCT CERTIFIED TO SUPERIOR COURT
Outcome CONT CONTINUED
Outcome CONTAD/DEN CONTINUED TO ADMIT OR DENY VIOLATION OF PROBATION
Outcome GRANT GRANT REQUEST
Outcome JAIL INST SPECIAL NOTIFICATION TO JAIL (HAIRCUTS, DR'S APPT, ETC.)
Outcome OTHER OTHER
Outcome PD/APPT/VP PD APPOINTED - VIOLATION OF PROBATION
Outcome PD/DC/OVL PD DECLINED - OVERLOAD
Outcome PD/REL/CRT PD RELIEVED BY COURT
Outcome REFORIG MATTER REFERRED TO PROBATION FOR ORIGINAL REPORT
Outcome REFPROB/C REFER TO PROBATION - CERTIFICATION TO SUPERIOR COURT
Outcome RESTSET RESTITUTION SET
Outcome SENT DEFENDANT SENTENCED
  Charge Dispositions:
 
Count Plea Charge Dispo Code Dispo Date Severity
C001 NC PC 594.7 NC 10/02/1997 FEL
C002 NC PC 594.7 NC 10/02/1997 FEL
C003 NC PC 594.7 NC 10/02/1997 FEL
C004 NC PC 594.7 NC 10/02/1997 FEL
 
  Sentence Summary:
 
Count Sent. Type Sentence Date Prob. Status Non LT Code Non Local Time Non LT Suspended Prob. Term Prob. Supervision Prob. Type Custody Program Custody Length
CASE V 12/19/2001 T SP 5Y Yes          
CASE V 11/20/1998 RI SP 5Y Yes 3Y Yes F    
CASE O 11/14/1997 GS       3Y Yes F ST 228D
CASE O 11/14/1997 GS SP 5Y Yes 3Y Yes F ST 228D
CASE V 04/30/2001 RV SP 5Y Yes 5Y Yes F    
CASE V 02/18/2000 RI SP 5Y Yes 5Y Yes F    
CASE V 02/18/2000 RI SP 5Y Yes 5Y Yes F ST 120D
CASE V 01/19/2000 RV SP 5Y Yes 3Y Yes F    
CASE V 01/10/2000 RV SP 5Y Yes 3Y Yes F    
 
Type Code Description
Sent Type O Original
Sent Type V Violation of Probation
Prob Type F Formal Probation
Prob Status GS Granted/Searchable
Prob Status RI Reinstated
Prob Status RV Revoked
Prob Status T Terminated
Custody Program ST Straight Time
Non LT Code SP State Prison
 
Xref Last Name First Name Middle Name Suffix
3163760 AKA HOGGWASH WILLIS Jr
3163760 HOGG AKA WILLIS Jr
3163760 HOGGE AKA TAGGER  
3163760 HOGGWASH MR AKA  
3163760 TAGGER AKA WILLIS Jr
3163760 TAGGER LEON    
3163760 WILLIS LEON    
3163760 WILLIS LEON DAVID  
3163760 WILLIS LEON DAVID Jr
  Filing Information:
 
Case Number Filing Date Xref Last First Middle Status Charge Doc Court ID
97M07893 06/19/1997 3163760 WILLIS LEON DAVID Disposed Complaint 34470
  Filing Charges:
 
Count Charge Severity
C001 PC 594(A) MIS
C002 PC 594(A) MIS
C003 PC 594(A) MIS
C004 PC 594(A) MIS
C005 PC 594(A) MIS
C006 PC 594(A) MIS
C007 PC 594(A) MIS
C008 PC 594(A) MIS
C009 PC 594(A) MIS
C010 PC 594(A) MIS
C011 PC 594(A) MIS
C012 PC 594(A) MIS
C013 PC 594(A) MIS
C014 PC 594(A) MIS
C015 PC 594(A) MIS
C016 PC 594(A) MIS
C017 PC 594(A) MIS
C018 PC 594(A) MIS
C019 PC 594(A) MIS
C020 PC 594(A) MIS
C021 PC 594(A) MIS
C022 PC 594(A) MIS
C023 PC 594(A) MIS
C024 PC 594(A) MIS
C025 PC 594(A) MIS
C026 PC 594(A) MIS
C027 PC 594(A) MIS
C028 PC 594(A) MIS
C029 PC 594(A) MIS
C030 PC 594(A) MIS
C031 PC 594(A) MIS
C032 PC 594(A) MIS
C033 PC 594(A) MIS
C034 PC 594(A) MIS
C035 PC 594(A) MIS
C036 PC 594(A) MIS
C037 PC 594(A) MIS
C038 PC 594(A) MIS
C039 PC 594(A) MIS
C040 PC 594(A) MIS
C041 PC 594(A) MIS
C042 PC 594(A) MIS
C043 PC 594(A) MIS
C044 PC 594(A) MIS
C045 PC 594(A) MIS
C046 PC 594(A) MIS
C047 PC 594(A) MIS
C048 PC 594(A) MIS
C049 PC 594(A) MIS
 
Type Code Description
Severity MIS Misdemeanor
  Hearing History:
 
Date Time Department Reason Outcome
11/14/1997 4:00 PM Department 09 FURTHPRO GRANT
11/12/1997 4:00 PM Department 09 FURTHPRO CONT
11/07/1997 10:30 AM Department 09 FP CONT
10/02/1997 4:00 PM Department 09 FURTHPRO CONT
09/24/1997 8:45 AM Department 09 FURTHPRO CONT
09/23/1997 8:45 AM Department 09 FURTHPRO CONT
09/19/1997 10:30 AM Department 09 SC CONT
09/17/1997 8:45 AM Department 09 SC CONT
09/12/1997 10:30 AM Department 09 PT CONT
08/29/1997 10:30 AM Department 09 PT CONT
08/08/1997 10:30 AM Department 09 PT CONT
07/25/1997 10:30 AM Department 09 PT CONT
07/18/1997 10:30 AM Department 09 PT CONT
07/11/1997 10:30 AM Department 09 PT CONT
06/27/1997 8:30 AM Department 09 COUNSEL PD/REL/CRT
06/27/1997 8:30 AM Department 09 COUNSEL RET
06/27/1997 8:30 AM Department 09 PT CONT
06/19/1997 1:30 PM Department 03 ARRAIGN ARRAIGNED
06/19/1997 1:30 PM Department 03 COUNSEL PD/APPT
 
Type Code Description
Reason ARRAIGN ARRAIGNMENT
Reason COUNSEL COUNSEL INFORMATION
Reason FP FURTHER PROCEEDINGS
Reason FURTHPRO FURTHER PROCEEDINGS
Reason PT PRETRIAL CONFERENCE
Reason SC SETTLEMENT CONFERENCE
Outcome ARRAIGNED ARRAIGNED
Outcome CONT CONTINUED
Outcome GRANT GRANT REQUEST
Outcome PD/APPT PD APPOINTED
Outcome PD/REL/CRT PD RELIEVED BY COURT
Outcome RET RETAINED COUNSEL
  Charge Dispositions:
 
Count Plea Charge Dispo Code Dispo Date Severity
C001 NP PC 594(A) DI 11/14/1997 MIS
C002 NP PC 594(A) DI 11/14/1997 MIS
C003 NP PC 594(A) DI 11/14/1997 MIS
C004 NP PC 594(A) DI 11/14/1997 MIS
C005 NP PC 594(A) DI 11/14/1997 MIS
C006 NP PC 594(A) DI 11/14/1997 MIS
C007 NP PC 594(A) DI 11/14/1997 MIS
C008 NP PC 594(A) DI 11/14/1997 MIS
C009 NP PC 594(A) DI 11/14/1997 MIS
C010 NP PC 594(A) DI 11/14/1997 MIS
C011 NP PC 594(A) DI 11/14/1997 MIS
C012 NP PC 594(A) DI 11/14/1997 MIS
C013 NP PC 594(A) DI 11/14/1997 MIS
C014 NP PC 594(A) DI 11/14/1997 MIS
C015 NP PC 594(A) DI 11/14/1997 MIS
C016 NP PC 594(A) DI 11/14/1997 MIS
C017 NP PC 594(A) DI 11/14/1997 MIS
C018 NP PC 594(A) DI 11/14/1997 MIS
C019 NP PC 594(A) DI 11/14/1997 MIS
C020 NP PC 594(A) DI 11/14/1997 MIS
C021 NP PC 594(A) DI 11/14/1997 MIS
C022 NP PC 594(A) DI 11/14/1997 MIS
C023 NP PC 594(A) DI 11/14/1997 MIS
C024 NP PC 594(A) DI 11/14/1997 MIS
C025 NP PC 594(A) DI 11/14/1997 MIS
C026 NP PC 594(A) DI 11/14/1997 MIS
C027 NP PC 594(A) DI 11/14/1997 MIS
C028 NP PC 594(A) DI 11/14/1997 MIS
C029 NP PC 594(A) DI 11/14/1997 MIS
C030 NP PC 594(A) DI 11/14/1997 MIS
C031 NP PC 594(A) DI 11/14/1997 MIS
C032 NP PC 594(A) DI 11/14/1997 MIS
C033 NP PC 594(A) DI 11/14/1997 MIS
C034 NP PC 594(A) DI 11/14/1997 MIS
C035 NP PC 594(A) DI 11/14/1997 MIS
C036 NP PC 594(A) DI 11/14/1997 MIS
C037 NP PC 594(A) DI 11/14/1997 MIS
C038 NP PC 594(A) DI 11/14/1997 MIS
C039 NP PC 594(A) DI 11/14/1997 MIS
C040 NP PC 594(A) DI 11/14/1997 MIS
C041 NP PC 594(A) DI 11/14/1997 MIS
C042 NP PC 594(A) DI 11/14/1997 MIS
C043 NP PC 594(A) DI 11/14/1997 MIS
C044 NP PC 594(A) DI 11/14/1997 MIS
C045 NP PC 594(A) DI 11/14/1997 MIS
C046 NP PC 594(A) DI 11/14/1997 MIS
C047 NP PC 594(A) DI 11/14/1997 MIS
C048 NP PC 594(A) DI 11/14/1997 MIS
C049 NP PC 594(A) DI 11/14/1997 MIS
 
Type Code Description
Plea Code NP No Plea
Dispo Code DI Dismissed
Severity MIS Misdemeanor
 
Xref Last Name First Name Middle Name Suffix
3163760 AKA HOGGWASH WILLIS Jr
3163760 HOGG AKA WILLIS Jr
3163760 HOGGE AKA TAGGER  
3163760 HOGGWASH MR AKA  
3163760 TAGGER AKA WILLIS Jr
3163760 TAGGER LEON    
3163760 WILLIS LEON    
3163760 WILLIS LEON DAVID  
3163760 WILLIS LEON DAVID Jr
Filing Information:
Case Number Filing Date Xref Last First Middle Status Charge Doc Amended Amend Date Court ID
97M04245 04/03/1997 3163760 WILLIS LEON DAVID Disposed Complaint Yes 04/15/1997 34470
Filing Charges:
Count Charge Severity
C001 PC 594(A) MIS
C002 PC 594(A) MIS
C003 PC 594(A) MIS
C004 PC 594(A) MIS
C005 PC 594(A) MIS
C006 PC 594(A) MIS
C007 PC 594(A) MIS
C008 PC 594(A) MIS
C009 PC 594(A) MIS
C010 PC 594(A) MIS
C011 PC 594(A) MIS
C012 PC 594(A) MIS
C013 PC 594.2(A) MIS
Type Code Description
Severity MIS Misdemeanor
Hearing History:
Date Time Department Reason Outcome
05/01/1997 1:30 PM Department 03 COUNSEL PD/REL/CRT
05/01/1997 1:30 PM Department 03 FP SENT
04/24/1997 1:30 PM Department 03 FP CONT
04/21/1997 1:30 PM Department 03 FP CONT
04/15/1997 1:30 PM Department 03 FP CONT
04/15/1997 1:30 PM Department 03 MOT/AMEND MOT/GRANT
04/10/1997 1:30 PM Department 03 FP CONT
04/03/1997 1:30 PM Department 03 ARRAIGN CONT
04/03/1997 1:30 PM Department 03 COUNSEL PD/APPT
Type Code Description
Reason ARRAIGN ARRAIGNMENT
Reason COUNSEL COUNSEL INFORMATION
Reason FP FURTHER PROCEEDINGS
Reason MOT/AMEND MOTION TO AMEND
Outcome CONT CONTINUED
Outcome MOT/GRANT MOTION GRANTED
Outcome PD/APPT PD APPOINTED
Outcome PD/REL/CRT PD RELIEVED BY COURT
Outcome SENT DEFENDANT SENTENCED
Charge Dispositions:
Count Plea Charge Dispo Code Dispo Date Severity
C001 NC PC 594(A) NC 05/01/1997 MIS
C002 NC PC 594(A) NC 05/01/1997 MIS
C003 NP PC 594(A) DI 05/01/1997 MIS
C004 NP PC 594(A) DI 05/01/1997 MIS
C005 NP PC 594(A) DI 05/01/1997 MIS
C006 NP PC 594(A) DI 05/01/1997 MIS
C007 NP PC 594(A) DI 05/01/1997 MIS
C008 NP PC 594(A) DI 05/01/1997 MIS
C009 NP PC 594(A) DI 05/01/1997 MIS
C010 NP PC 594(A) DI 05/01/1997 MIS
C011 NP PC 594(A) DI 05/01/1997 MIS
C012 NP PC 594(A) DI 05/01/1997 MIS
C013 NP PC 594.2(A) DI 05/01/1997 MIS
Type Code Description
Plea Code NC No Contest
Plea Code NP No Plea
Dispo Code DI Dismissed
Dispo Code NC No Contest
Severity MIS Misdemeanor
Sentence Summary:
Count Sent. Type Sentence Date Prob. Status Prob. Term Prob. Type Custody Program Custody Length
C001 O 05/01/1997 GN 3Y I    
C001 O 05/01/1997 GN 3Y I SWP 60D
C002 O 05/01/1997 GN 3Y I    
C002 O 05/01/1997 GN 3Y I SWP 60D
Type Code Description
Sent Type O Original
Prob Type I Informal Probation
Prob Status GN Granted/Non-Searchable
Custody Program SWP Sheriff's Work Project
 
Xref Last Name First Name Middle Name Suffix
3163760 AKA HOGGWASH WILLIS Jr
3163760 HOGG AKA WILLIS Jr
3163760 HOGGE AKA TAGGER  
3163760 HOGGWASH MR AKA  
3163760 TAGGER AKA WILLIS Jr
3163760 TAGGER LEON    
3163760 WILLIS LEON    
3163760 WILLIS LEON DAVID  
3163760 WILLIS LEON DAVID Jr
Filing Information:
Case Number Filing Date Xref Last First Middle Suffix Status Charge Doc Court ID
96M09251 08/20/1996 3163760 WILLIS LEON DAVID JR Disposed Complaint 34470
Filing Charges:
Count Charge Severity
C001 PC 594(B)(4) MIS
Hearing History:
Date Time Department Reason Outcome
11/14/1997 4:00 PM Department 09 ARRAIGNVP DISM
11/12/1997 4:00 PM Department 09 ARRAIGNVP CONT
11/07/1997 10:30 AM Department 09 VP/FP CONT
10/02/1997 4:00 PM Department 09 FURTHPRO CONT
09/24/1997 8:45 AM Department 09 FURTHPRO CONT
09/23/1997 8:45 AM Department 09 FURTHPRO CONT
09/19/1997 10:30 AM Department 09 VP/FP CONT
09/17/1997 8:45 AM Department 09 VOPARR CONT
09/12/1997 10:30 AM Department 09 VP/FP CONT
08/29/1997 10:30 AM Department 09 VP/FP CONT
08/08/1997 10:30 AM Department 09 VP/FP CONT
07/25/1997 10:30 AM Department 09 VP/FP CONT
07/18/1997 10:30 AM Department 09 VP/AR CONT
07/11/1997 10:30 AM Department 09 VP/AR CONT
06/27/1997 8:30 AM Department 09 COUNSEL PD/REL/CRT
06/27/1997 8:30 AM Department 09 JAILINST JAILINST
06/27/1997 8:30 AM Department 09 VP/AR CONT
05/01/1997 1:30 PM Department 03 VP/FP OTHER
04/24/1997 1:30 PM Department 03 VP/FP CONT
04/21/1997 1:30 PM Department 03 VP/FP CONT
04/15/1997 1:30 PM Department 03 VP/FP CONT
04/10/1997 1:30 PM Department 03 VP/FP CONT
04/03/1997 1:30 PM Department 03 COUNSEL PD/APPT
04/03/1997 1:30 PM Department 03 VP/PET CONT
08/29/1996 8:30 AM Department 03 ARRAIGN SENT
Charge Dispositions:
Count Plea Charge Dispo Code Dispo Date Severity
C001 GU PC 594(B)(4) GP 08/29/1996 MIS
Type Code Description
Plea Code GU Guilty
Dispo Code GP Guilty Plea
Severity MIS Misdemeanor
Sentence Summary:
Count Sent. Type Sentence Date Prob. Status Prob. Term Custody Program Custody Length Prob. Type
C001 O 08/29/1996 GN 3Y SWP 10D I
Type Code Description
Sent Type O Original
Prob Type I Informal Probation
Prob Status GN Granted/Non-Searchable
Custody Program SWP Sheriff's Work Project

 

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