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Suspect hires attorney after alleged ‘abuse’ BY NICK C. TONKIN
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Santa Barbara Police Chief Cam Sanchez may be facing another maelstrom of controversy after clearing Officer Aaron Tudor of using excessive force in a Friday night traffic stop. Tudor had pulled over 50-year-old Tony Vincent Denunzio for allegedly making several lane changes without signaling. Denunzio allegedly resisted arrest and Tudor struck Denunzio several times and used his Taser in an effort to subdue him. The arrest had been recorded by a dashboard camera system the patrol car and Sanchez said the footage has cleared Tudor. “Based on what the video recording shows, witness accounts of the incident, and after reviewing the corresponding police report, there is no apparent violation of department policy or law enforcement procedure that would warrant a formal administrative investigation of the incident,” Sanchez said in a written statement. But a storm is already forming. A minute of the struggle happened outside of the camera frame and Denunzio retained DUI attorney
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Darryl Genis to represent himself in the case. After Sanchez’s statement, Genis derided Sanchez’s statement and challenged him to release the tape to the public. “If the Dash Cam of the incident even remotely supported the police propaganda contained within today’s press release, it would have already been released to the television media for public viewing,” Genis said. Sanchez acknowledged Tudor’s actions may have appeared harsh to onlookers, but said the 4-year SBPD veteran had not violated any training procedures on the film. “The use of force is never desirable,” Sanchez said. “It is difficult for members of the public to witness, particularly someone not familiar with police arrest [and] use of force training.” Genis said the department has released footage that exonerated police in the past and if the camera has vindicated Tudor, the police should make it public. “The SBPD has a history of releasing video into the media even before a pending case is filed,” Genis said. “They almost always do it See ATTORNEY, page 12
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them on her plate and they were left, uneaten and wastBefore I was ever a mom, and even as a new mom, I ed, so now I don’t even put them out for her. knew I would never have one of those picky eaters. There’re basically 4 food groups that Fia likes. There was no way that was going to happen to me. I Anything white, anything sweet, fruit and dairy. knew my child would happily eat whatever I put in front Much to my dismay, disappointment, frustration, of her and that I would never consider a bowl of pasta a pasta has become her meal of choice and I’ve been complete dinner. beaten down enough to be happy when she eats pasta As time has gone on, I had to toss my well laid out with butter. game plan and just go with how my life was unfolding. Never in my wildest dreams did I ever think that I I really wasn’t prepared for the challenges that dinner would ever be happy with that. time has presented me. And never did I think that I would have a child that I wasn’t prepared for a child who was so particular, or didn’t enjoy a variety of food or be so unwilling to try rather as I like to put it, selective. something new. As a baby and into her toddler years, Fia was really SUSAN My saving graces are fruit and dairy. She loves good eater and pretty much ate anything I fixed for her. TORREY pretty much any kind of fruit. There’s a berry here or a Different flavors and textures didn’t seem to bother her stone fruit there that she’s not fond of, but basically we are good much. Certainly there were favorites and rejected foods here and to go with the fruit. I can also get her to eat almost any form of there, but nothing that seemed out of the ordinary. dairy, especially cheese. As Fia got older, things shifted. At four, she declared herself a I’ve stressed about her diet and have had major mom guilt that vegetarian. She made the connection that chicken dinos were she isn’t getting what she needs. I’ve had guilt that she eats too made from the same chickens that lived on farms. She learned much white pasta and sugar and she eats too little of the good the fish at the dinner table are the same fish that swam in the stuff. I’ve gotten advice, solicited and not, from family and ocean. friends on how to deal with her eating habits, and I’ve tried most “It’s not nice to eat animals,” is what she said, and from that of it. We’ve grown a garden, I’ve taken her shopping with me, point on it has been, no chicken, no turkey, no fish, no pork, or no we’ve made meals together, and we’ve bribed and almost begged. beef. She hasn’t wanted to admit that salami comes from animals But, now I’m getting to the point where I’m getting over it all. and that is the only meat that has crossed her lips in over a year. I’ve come to realize this is my child. She’s fine the way she is. The Husband and I are meat eaters; our 5 year old is not and She’s healthy. She’s growing. She has lots of energy and seems for moral reasons. I can’t tell her she has to eat it, because she to be getting on just fine with how she’s doing things. hasn’t tried it and she might like it. I can’t tell her to eat it, That’s not to say I wish things were different, because I wish because for her it’s a moral choice. And at 5 I know that sounds they were. crazy, but it’s true. But once again, this 5 year old has shown me that what I knew She may be a vegetarian, but she also doesn’t eat vegetables. for certain, just isn’t the way it’s going to be. Not for any moral reason, but just because she doesn’t like them, Susan Torrey writes a weekly parenting column for The Daily at all. At one time, she would eat veggies. But slowly, one by Sound. She can be reached at email@example.com one, she stopped eating them. For a while, I continued to put
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Santa Barbara city officials are making progress on a plan to spruce up De Le Guerra Plaza. The proposal has bounced around various Santa Barbara city boards and commissions for seven years. The plaza is the site of a few popular community events. Fiesta and Cinco de Mayo celebrations are held there.
“If it’s a more active space it becomes a better used space, and it might prevent some of the undesirable activity.” – Chair Lesley Wiscomb But in recent years the appeal of the plaza has steadily declined as trees have grown old and the flower bushes have overgrown. Parking spaces have also been crammed into the small space, bottle-necking one exit and reducing the appeal of the green space.
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Not to alarm anyone, but the end is coming. A however, because by this time Franklin was getting little over a week away, in fact. No, don't worry, on in years and his peers mostly viewed him as it's not the Rapture. Thankfully, prominent radio delusional because he had a habit of flying kites host and preacher Harold Camping's most recent during thunderstorms and going around uttering prediction that the apocalypse would occur on nonsense like "A penny saved is a penny earned."] October 21 did not come to pass. Unless, of But much as people like to complain about course, you consider it the end of the world when Daylight Saving Time, the practice does actually Kim Kardashian celebrates her 31st birthday by serve a very important societal purpose: it gives us announcing on Twitter that she's starring in the all something to complain about. For obvious reanext Tyler Perry movie. In which case you've got a sons, most of this bellyaching occurs in the spring decent argument. when the clocks jump forward. We either gripe that MALCOLM we're "losing" an hour or we forget about the time No, what I'm talking about is the end of Daylight Saving Time, for this year at least. entirely, and curse Daylight Saving Time FLESCHNER change Daylight Saving Time is, admittedly, one of those when we show up an hour late for work on things that we all go along with even though we're not realMonday morning. ly sure why, sort of like such other seemingly pointless But next week's time change is of the "fall back" variety, aspects of modern life as beauty pageants, televised golf and when we gain the hour we complained about losing six state government. months ago. And except for those of us who arrive at work an hour early on Monday, there's a lot less to complain about when you're gaining time. It's actually a pretty amazBut next week's time change is of ing concept, when you think about it. Here we are, casually the "fall back" variety, when we warping the space time continuum to grant ourselves an hour out of nowhere. What's to stop us from playing gain the hour we complained about extra God with time some more - maybe by giving ourselves losing six months ago. TWO extra hours? Or deciding that every fifth Tuesday is actually a Friday? Or how about declaring a new summer month nestled in between July and August called "BeachDespite our willing acquiescence to the twice-annual time tember?" shift, people generally don't have anything good to say For the near term, however, our monkeying with the uniabout Daylight Saving Time. I mean, how often do you hear verse's basic functioning will remain limited to the one hour someone say, "Daylight Saving Time is a real help," shift. This year, November 6th is the date when, come 2 "Daylight Savings Time knocked ten strokes off my golf AM, we will all get the chance to live the previous hour game" or "Daylight Saving Time pulled me from the burnover again. Unfortunately, most of us will squander this free ing wreckage after a grisly highway accident?" Not often 60 minutes either sleeping, drunk or both. enough, I'm guessing. I say "unfortunately," because I've always thought this [True fact: Daylight Saving Time was originally conSee TIME CHANGE, page 7 ceived by Benjamin Franklin. The idea was widely ignored,
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