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Cops A** Robbers

Here is what happens sometimes, when someone dies and police are called to investigate the situation.

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The police will sneak back into your home, like a cop in the night, and make off with all your sweet property before your noodling children are able to organize your Last Will in time to beat the police to all your stuff.
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Old 09-13-2020, 09:34 AM
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Hortz responded on July 20 for a man in his 70s who died from natural causes shows him returning to the home a week later while in uniform, Barnes said.

Hortz broke into the unoccupied home through a rear door and left a short time later, although it’s unclear if a theft occurred during that visit, Barnes said.

The deputy later returned while wearing civilian clothes on two occasions, Aug. 10 and 16, during which he stole several of the dead man’s possessions, including weapon safes, ceiling fans and cases containing other unknown items, according to the sheriff’s department.

An attorney representing the deceased man’s estate alerted sheriff’s officials Wednesday that several items were missing from the home — and provided investigators with surveillance footage showing Hortz there at least three separate times, Barnes said.

“The suspected criminal actions of this deputy are a violation of public trust, are inexcusable and intolerable,” Barnes said in a statement. “This deputy will be held accountable through a swift and thorough process including a full criminal and internal administrative investigation.”

Barnes said during a press conference Thursday that investigators are looking into prior calls handled by Hortz.
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“I will do everything we can to make sure he does not return to a uniform in this organization or anywhere else, for that matter,” Barnes said. “He’s embarrassed this profession, he’s embarrassed this organization and he’s embarrassed the almost 4,000 members who do good work every day.”

The accusations against Hortz came just one day after another Orange County sheriff’s deputy, Angelina Cortez, 41, was charged with filing a false police report for allegedly stealing a suspect’s credit card in 2018 and then giving it to her son instead of filing it as evidence.
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An Orange County Sheriff’s deputy has been charged in connection with taking a credit card from a suspect and giving it to her son who then used the card.

Angelina Cortez, 41, has been charged with one felony count of filing a false police report. She faces a maximum sentence of three years in state prison if convicted.

Cortez was assigned to a training officer on November 19, 2018 when she and her training officer responded to a call of a man stealing wine and batteries from a San Clemente 7-Eleven store. Cortez is accused of taking the theft suspect’s debit card, putting it in her uniform shirt pocket and later giving it to her son, who then used it. The card was never booked into evidence.

Cortez is scheduled to be arraigned on November 18, 2020. She is on administrative leave from the Sheriff’s Department.

“The public has an absolute expectation that their law enforcement officers will carry out their duties lawfully,” said Orange County District Attorney Todd Spitzer. “When laws are broken by the very people who are sworn to uphold them, the public trust is eroded and society as a whole suffers. The entire criminal justice system relies on the trust that those sworn to uphold the law are following it themselves.”
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