Gonzalez: No…um?…no ::laughs:: Me: Is there anything you would ask him? Gonzalez: No…heh, heh, heh. Me: What would you say to him if he walked by now? Gonzalez: Well? No. heh heh heh.
Marijuana plants found at ‘Hollywood Madam’ Heidi Fleiss’ Nevada home
Roustan, Sun Sentinel 9:29 p.m. EDT, August 16, 2013 A former Hollywood Police officer ended his appeal and surrendered at the Broward County Jail on Friday to begin serving a 90-day sentence for falsifying records following a crash four years ago, court records showed. On Feb. 16, 2009, Dewey Pressley, 46, was the DUI investigator when Officer Joel Francisco’s patrol car rear-ended a car driven by Alexandra Torrens-Vilas in the 2800 block of Sheridan Street under the Interstate 95 overpass. The video camera mounted on the dashboard of Pressley’s patrol car recorded Pressley discussing the collision report and saying he was willing to bend the truth to protect a fellow officer because Torrens-Vilas had failed a roadside sobriety test.
Ex-Hollywood cop surrenders, begins 90-day sentence
Her publicist blamed “negligent and gross financial mismanagement.” Heidi Fleiss >> Photos: Celebrity tax woes A deputy went to the home on August 7 to look for another woman wanted on an arrest warrant. The officer, finding the front door open and no one responding, went to the rear of the main residence and spied some of the plants, the sheriff’s department said in a statement. Officers encountered Fleiss, who allegedly gave them consent to search another area. She told detectives she was growing the plants to sell to a cooperative in Las Vegas, about 55 miles to the east, authorities said. “Ms.