Does the Volusia County Sheriff Department exercise a prejudice when determining whether to charge a suspect with unlawful usage of the 911 system?
Are lying to the police and attempted suicide by cop, now appropriate uses of the 911 system?
White, black, green and which side of the railroad tracks.....could these be possible answers to some recent concerns within the VCSO?
We certainly hope that Lady Justice has not been peeking under her blindfold.
May 13, 2013
Recently (May 2013), Patricia Marianetti called 911, lying to them that someone was trying to break into her home off of John Anderson Blvd, in Ormond Beach.
Apparently, Marianetti, who has a past history of attempted suicide, wanted a deputy to shoot her, thus committing what is commonly referred to as "suicide by cop".
When the deputies arrived at her up scaled home, she pointed what appeared to be a possible firearm at the deputies. One deputy fired a shot, striking Marianetti in the shoulder.
In October 2012 (approximately 6 month prior to the Marianetti incident), a young college student was arrested by the VCSO, when she called 911 to complain about a VCSO deputy. The deputy was investigating the possible robbery of Ms. Clark's purse / wallet.
According to the arrest report, Ms. Clark's wallet contained such things as her medicaid card, her EBT (food stamp) card and her college identification.
Ms. Clark called 911 requesting that either another deputy be sent out, or that a supervisor be sent.
The deputy that she had concerns about, arrested her for alleged misuse of the 911 system.
Web Article on the
Desarea Clark arrest
A Call for Help?
In September 2012, 18 year old, Mark Welch was experiencing some strange dreams. These dreams convinced him that he needed to call 911 several times requesting assistance.
Mark was arrested and charged with the first degree misdemeanor, of misuse of the 911 system.
It is very obvious that Mr. Welch was suffering for some type of mental health break. Even the court concluded that Welch needed mental health treatment. However, even with the evidence that Welch had been suffering from some type of mental health break, this did not stop him from being arrested and prosecuted.
So much for the theory that Marianetti wasn't arrested due to mental health concerns.
Mark Welch Arrest
Jail Booking Information
Gary Davidson, the VCSO Public Information Officer fails to provide an explanation.
Gary Davidson is the public information officer for the Volusia County Sheriff Department.
In the past, Gary has been very helpful in clearing up misguided perceptions attached to VCSO matters.
Therefore, we thought reaching out to Gary would provide at least some clarity as to why, the VCSO opted not to criminally charge Marianetti.
As of the publication of this article (May 13, 2013), we (VolusiaExposed.Com) have received no response from Gary Davidson, or from anyone else in the VCSO administration.
So, it's up to each and every one of you to draw your own conclusions, as to why Marianetti was not charged with misuse of the 911 system, while individuals like Clark and Welch were.
We here at VolusiaExposed have our own suspicions. Our suspicions involved three colors - white, green and black, and which side of the tracks you happen to live on.
“Couldn't help but make me feel ashamed to live in a land where justice is a game.”
― Bob Dylan
If you found this article to be thought provoking, we (VolusiaExposed.Com) invite you to review, the below linked, Special Investigative Report, exposing law enforcement corruption with the State of Florida.
SPECIAL INVESTIGATIVE SERIES ON LAW ENFORCEMENT CORRUPTION
by Matthew Doig and Anthony Cormier
Volusia County Sheriff's Department
Drop us a line to let us know what you think.
DOES SHERIFF JOHNSON HAVE A SUBSTANCE ABUSE PROBLEM?
Play the above video - and then decide for yourself.
Sheriff Johnson claiming that
he does not drink.
VCSO Press Releases
The VCSO issued a press release on the Stewart-Marchman molestation incident - but did not issue a press release of a jail rape - why not?
No VCSO Press Release on Jail Rape?
Rape at the Volusia Jail
INFLUENCE THE JAIL'S
Nancye Jones' husband, VCSO Major Robert Jones, supervises the deputies that investigate possible criminal violations within the county jail.
We have concerns that several criminal investigations have been possibly manipulated, in order to reduce the County of Volusia's civil liability.
Our concern includes this particular in-custody sexual battery investigation, and the below listed situations.
We invite you to review our concerns.
Falsification of Documents by County Officials