Kyron Horman Missing Case: Terri Horman Breaks Her Silence In People Magazine Interview

New York, NY-  For nearly five and a half years Terri Horman has refused to speak publicly about her step-sons case.  Outside of one assertion of her innocence while on the stand in a name change hearing she ultimately was denied, Horman did not speak to any reporters or answer any of their questions regarding Kyron Hormans disappearance. Until Now.

Horman courtesy of People

Horman was interviewed by People Magazines Elaine Aradillas for both the print and online editions,  and will be doing a series of personal interviews over the next week, to include

In the brief online video excerpt , the second part to air on ABC’s Good Morning America Friday morning,  Horman  maintains she is deaf in her left ear, a critical factor in the outcome of her first polygraph.

“… At what point are Kyron’s biological parents going to realize I don’t have the answers, they need to change this thing around…”

“…There is so much the public is not being told about this investigation, that’s why I am doing this- nobody is looking for Kyron…”

Horman’s interview drew sharp reactions from Kaine Horman and Desiree Young, Kyron’s parents.

“…Why is she silent for 5 1/2 years if she is innocent.  I want her to tell me where Kyron is.  If she is innocent she should call Multnomah County Sheriffs Office and sit down for an interview…”-  Desiree Young

“Hi friends. Yes I am well aware of the tabloid journalism piece in the media today. FYI – there will be more of the same coming Friday
We have a HOST of MCSO and FBI investigators STILL standing by with interviews and polygraphs when someone actually wants to cooperate. FEEL FREE TO STOP BY THEY ARE WAITING!! STILL!! Until then we’ll stick with the scores of people with valid/accurate information and the failed polygraphs as the only actual actions taken to-date.  To all of you: how about not linking the article/interview?
REMEMBER KYRON?!?!? This is what we need to be focused on!!
Love you Kyron!!” – Kaine Horman post on his Facebook Page

Christina Stoy, Editor In Chief was able to confirm with Ms. Horman directly that she has been willing to meet with Kyron’s investigators both previously and in the future with the sole provision that it be conducted in the presence of her Attorney,  Portland criminal defense lawyer Stephen Houze.

Horman went on to say that investigators with the Multnomah County Sheriff’s Office have been well aware of “that” over the last five and a half years and they have never requested an interview.  Um, What?

Horman reveals some shocking details about the subsequent polygraphs examinations referenced by Kaine Horman and Desiree Young and other allegations of improper tactics on behalf of MCSO in the second half of her interview to air tomorrow morning on abc’s GMA and on Nightline.

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  1. Rose says:

    4 year degree requirement was permanently waived for all hired from Troutdale
    “has a policy of hiring deputies with four-year degrees, but that requirement will be waived for new deputies from Troutdale, Herron said. They won’t be required to seek a four-year degree after their transferred employment, he added.”

    What is interesting is the former Chief was given a “Commander” rank (Patrol, Troutdale office only) and pay grade, but left in the same old job in Troutdale, presumably with fewer duties.

    PPB is meager. one could get a GED, serve in the military 2 yrs & join the reserves:

  2. Rose says:

    Troutdale’s management was kinda sad to read about.

    This man was chief of police for 8 yrs, then got his dream job as city administrator in 2008
    Among other things he backed head start funding for crime prevention.

    By Sept 2010 Nelson was out and became Public Safety Mgr for this outfit

    perhaps the city council majority changed, and this man became city administrator replacing Nelson:

    Ward Was let go in SeaTac but apparently Troutdale hired him. my guess is he’s a costcutting red stater.

    nontransparent over the mcso merger.

    signed the contract with mcso even while he was a failed candidate to be hired by Corvaillis, in 3/15 in Corvaillus

    & 4/2/15, Ward signing the mcso contract

  3. Rose says:

    good publicity for Jason kafoury.
    Perhaps Riddell turned this one down.

    weak tort suit for her. can’t prove any actual damages, just a troubled mind.

    Since her damage is “stress and fear,” she’s just put her personal health info at issue as a defense by Staton/city attorney.

  4. Rose says:

    City spokesman David Austin’s comment hints the City will argue Staton acted outside the scooe of employment and against agency policy.

    Yup, liability assignment for sure.

  5. Rose says:

    I see your concern Blink. An official Mult Sheriff’s Agency Manual is referred to in OR State DOJ investigations and Court cases, but it darn sure isn’t on line. Can’t you foia? Other counties’ Sheriff’s are, ie Klamath. Here are others:
    ppb’s 2010

    scroll 1/3 way down, MCSO Jail Policies and Procedures

  6. erose says:

    Rose, Right, detective not investigator. Now tell me why Romanaggi is not on the payroll after 2011. It’s been bugging me.

  7. Rose says:

    @mbs. I knew you’d get why Houze was defending. $, really.
    Her pic suggests substance abuse, not something like bipolar.
    She needs to be in inpatient a year.
    Did they have kids?
    (the reason for megabucks fatherinkaw to spend for her welfare.)
    If not, divorce predictable.

  8. erose says:

    TRuth, That was the cold case unit Underhill and Moawad were on in ’09. I followed each of the people in that unit and a few were still detectives, but they were not necessarily attached to that unit, most of the people in that unit were on to other things. Not sure if they were replaced or the unit no longer exists.

  9. erose says:

    Tiny, I would be livid!

  10. MockingbirdSings says:

    Tiny says:
    February 23, 2016 at 10:11 am

    OH MY GOD.

    For goodness sake, does EVERYTHING have to come from the state lawmakers or angry parents? I see a settlement in this family’s future, but I wish they would sue and not settle.

  11. MockingbirdSings says:
    More on the original story history, but no indication what mental health condition may have been a factor.
    What parent would allow this?
    Thanks for new link –
    Well, first of all, if she wanted to go to the prom, she could have simply volunteered with the school as a chaperone.
    Second – If her story is true, she could have chosen a less revealing dress – as a “date”‘ she was part of the group and then able to dance/associate with other boys as well because she’s now one of the party. (Some adult(s) had to admit her to the dance, by the way.)

    The Sheriff who found nothing wrong and the reporters who couldn’t find anything wrong to comment about (except maybe a poor choice) may now be wondering about their own views after the current incident. (She seems pretty clever to me, and pretty dumb at the same time. JMO)

  12. Rose says:

    @Blink. So perhaps you are saying 4 yrs college is a relatively rare requirement for Patrol new entries?
    Certainly not true for PPB. GED + military suffices.
    So one might expect exemptions to be granted by mcso for patrol hires
    across the board.

    So when was this requirement implemented?
    (since there is no findable — online — policy manual?)

    This is exactly what I am trying to track with no success, lol.

  13. MockingbirdSings says:

    MockingbirdSings says:
    February 23, 2016 at 7:31 pm

    Tiny says:
    February 23, 2016 at 10:11 am

    OH MY GOD.

    For goodness sake, does EVERYTHING have to come from the state lawmakers or angry parents? I see a settlement in this family’s future, but I wish they would sue and not settle.

    PS – Lest there be any confusion, this story is not PPS, it is the David Douglas School District which shares a Portland boundary.
    I can’t say this wouldn’t happen in PPS, but I do know when I drove anyone anywhere, I had to have a copy of my car insurance on file with the district and permission from an administrator. I worked in high school and middle school and was VERY careful who I put in my car. Would never have left school without order from administrator and without personally talking to a parent or emergency contact and identifying myself and the reason. Never took a boy anywhere alone.

    Obviously, this child should never have left the school, even if she had a key to the house – a parent has to know where you are. This parent checked her phone for messages or missed calls and didn’t find any, but it doesn’t matter because that’s not a real communication if parent didn’t answer. I’d never get on a jury, would I?

    Prob not in a case against a school, no. Just flipping incredible this even occurs in 2016.

  14. A Texas Grandfather says:


    This 41 year old woman is not yet an adult. Her choices tell me she still thinks like a teen. The Superintendent did the right thing.

    An adult would have gathered the team and discussed some of the issues that were in need of attention. Parents should have been present during such a meeting.

  15. erose says:

    If there is a % increase per pay step for education, does that mean that the 4 yrs bachelors was implemented after 2011?

    pg 44

    31.1 Certification/Education
    Members of the bargaining unit shall be eligible for certification and educational incentive pay to be applied to the current step of the officer’s salary range after meeting each of the following requirements:

    6% Intermediate or advanced certificate from D.P.S.S.T., or Bachelors
    degree from an accredited institution, or A.A. degree generally
    related to law enforcement.

    8.5% Advanced certificate from D.P.S.S.T. and either a Bachelors
    degree from an accredited institution or A.A. degree generally
    related to law enforcement.

    The employee shall both request in writing payment for certification and educational pay and provide verifiable documentation to the Human Resource Manager of the requirements identified in this Article. In lieu of a certificate from DPSST, a written statement from the DPSST that the
    employee has met the eligibility requirements signed by an authorized agent of the DPSST shall suffice. Payment shall start with next payroll period.

    Troutdale Police Chief (not sure what year) note “equivalent combo of education and experience.

    JOB QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS: Mandatory Requirements: Any equivalent combination of education and experience which provides the applicant with the knowledge, skills, and abilities required to perform the job. A typical way to obtain the knowledge and abilities would be to possess a Bachelor’s Degree in criminal justice administration, police science, or related field, and have at least eight years of law enforcement experience and four years of supervisory/administrative experience. Special Requirements/Licenses: Board of Police Standards Executive Certificate and vaild Drivers’ License. Subject to 24-hour call back for emergencies.

  16. T. Ruth says:

    Private Investigator James Pitkin was speaking with students Nov. 22 about other alleged complaints against the football player and their thoughts on the case. Pitkin was hired by Kafoury & McDougal to investigate the case.

    Again, small world.

  17. erose says:

    Troutdale 2013-16 Strategic Plan

    I read that and I am left wondering why Troutdale agreed to be “absorbed”- I have never seen anything published by MCSO so “community and public facing”.

    And there’s this-

    MCSO submitted an accreditation manager in 2009- part of which is a review and acceptance of agency policy and procedure by Oregon accreditation alliance.

  18. MockingbirdSings says:

    Current police officer job posted for Corvallis, Oregon

    Education and Experience
    To qualify for consideration, applicants must have a High School diploma or GED certification and ninety quarter or sixty semester hours of documented education from an accredited college or university.

    Law enforcement experience will be considered in lieu of education; however at least 45 quarter or 30 semester hours of documented education from an accredited college or university is required.

    Portland general information – from PPB website
    All prospective candidates must meet minimum eligibility requirements: Be a minimum of 21-years-old and have earned a high school diploma or a GED. In addition, applicants must possess at least one of the following credentials: an associate’s degree or have completed 60 college credits; a POST Certificate; a minimum of two years of active duty in the United States military, a minimum of four years in the reserves; two years of law enforcement experience in the state of Oregon; or two years of employment as a police cadet.

    This chart shows criminal justice positions and the educational requirement (generally) for each and the level of education usually reached for that position. Many of these (including sheriff) say “high school” as the minimum, but I don’t think that would make you very competitive because, at least in Milwaukie, we have had a lot of applicants each time there is a job opening and to my knowledge, have not hired anyone with only the minimum level of training.
    If you haven’t read it, this is an interesting 2009 article about Staton and how he came to be sheriff, written before the sheriff’s election. His daughter was about Kyron’s age.

    Although he had some admirable qualities and seemed aware of the department challenges, that doesn’t mean he was well enough prepared to clean up and handle the job in future years. (One of the things that got him on Skipper’s short list of candidates was that he lived in the county – a requirement.) As you can see he almost didn’t live to do the job.

  19. vwoolf says:

    Yes. Finally, with the smart work from Nigel, etc. Staton is becoming exposed as the scheming, lying Machiavellian that he has always been:

    Eventually he’ll be out. MC will pursue AG investigations. The MCSO Sheriff will be assigned and not voted for. But i’ll bet his ‘tete-a-tete’ dates with DY will never be exposed as empty “investigations” evidence.

  20. Rose says:

    Possibly the 4 year requirement for new hires is
    just another of those things some reporter made up,
    or recorded Staton saying but didn’t check out by asking
    for a copy of “the policy manual.”

  21. Rose says:

    @erose. that is the period of time fire chief FR. was on the ROCN.
    Your listing suggests maybe ROCN carried on mcso for budget purposes.
    that explains why when it was disbanded, its functions were folded into an
    mcso special investigations unit. FR probably disappeared from that mcso budget when
    he left the ROCN. maybe he’d retired from the fire dept previously and was doubke dipping at

  22. Rose says:

    what year was ROCN disbanded erose?
    that would’ve been when Frank, like Ratto, left it.

  23. Rose says:

    Most unfortunate in two ways.
    1) any and all findings with her participation will be suspect. Not just if “appointive” is recommended, but all outcomes which go to tge polls will have campaign fodder against them and be discredited.
    2) a Kafoury suing the County (coukdn’t she find any other lawyer?) will further discredit, and imo the Chair will have to recyse herself from deliberations.

    Trojan needs to resign from this committee immediately. She has “stress.”

    Better yet, this entire review committee has been tainted by the Sheriff’s actions, needs to be scrapped, and
    legislators appoint a new group for a do-over.

  24. Rose says:

    Looks to me like the DA and County Chair have the power,
    and obligation, to ask the State DOJ to review the
    Horman investigation in light of its cost to the County. We
    know the State AG will not release any unflattering info wrt the
    DA Office, but will do a “clearance” there, so its safe.

  25. Rose says:

    Besides a commenter’s wild charge Terri was sleeping with Underhill, which is apparently being FB shared, Soldier is stuck on the same old Terri has no alibi andSZ does not exist line of thought. Well, actually the writings are way too literate for that FB Admin; there is a ghostwriter emailing her these pieces. This is interesting, because until Blink’s Terri interview publishes, WW has changed the conversation here to focus on the schools of fish conducting the investigation to determine who are the rotting heads and what are their interests? (ie, filthy lucre, silencing internal critics, intimidating citizens and Commissioners). SZ and the Hirman alibi (well, one of them) are old settled business

  26. Rose says:

    You’re right Blink, here the 4 year college requirement is:
    Funny, his role model in maricopa cty az only requires aGED and a drivers license
    fir entry level.

    Don’t you think it probably changed when Bret Elliott (courtesy Sean Riddell) sued and won in 2014
    over failure to consider his veterans points in the Lt opening? (Perhaps this is the opening trusted
    Lt Smith got?).,%202014/Multnomah_County_Sheriff's_Office_01-14.pdf

    So Ott rewrote entry requirements with Staton high enough to screen out undesireables, tho exceptions coukd be
    made by a Sheriff. For example, if when he leaves, Yankee or others reapply, would this requirement rule them out?

  27. Rose says:

    self-correction. It was Edwards who filed a labor complaint,
    and Gulberg who was promoted

  28. Rose says:

    The 4 year college requirement is an indirect way of screening out veterans at the front end.
    PPB acknowledges many applying go straight from HS or GED to military, and 2 yrs of military plus 4 in reserves is a college substitute for PPB (not to me). So I think Staton was being passive-aggressive about vets
    acter he lost the Edwards case by not providing for them like PPB does.

  29. Rose says:

    I think more slowly than you Blink but I’m getting at your point.
    1. College degree now required to apply for Deputy.
    Thus includes entry level Corrections deputies
    2. Staton’s rationale for Corrections overtime was he can’t hire enough deputies for
    vacant positions, so
    3. Staton raises the entry bar for corrections deputies to maintain
    those vacancies to justify his OT use.
    Kafoury needs to hold a hearing with Staton as her
    invitee over mcso’s entry hiring and promotion practices:

    1) Why does this online guide to mcso hiring omit entirely
    any notice to the public that veterans preference points are awarded during the hiring
    and promotion processes in light of the Labor Dept’s directive in Edwards?

    2) Why has mcso omitted entirely, in notice to the public, a military service alternative
    pathway to the BA requirement such as Portland Poluce Bureau has adopted?

    Why is the County continuing to fund such inept, vindictive leadership?

  30. Rose says:

    unfortunate imo the bios have never
    spent their public donations to hire Pitkin.

    I actually thought he was working for Houze if you recall. Kaine has admitted his lawyer hired a PI I believe.
    Let me say this- up until about the last year if they had, they would be running into each other in everyone’s bushes.
    This nearly 6 year old investigation focused on one person, and still does.

  31. Rose says:

    County spokesman Dave Austin makes a couple appearances in this piece;
    apparently longtime, insider close to Kafoury family.
    So I imagine when he speaks about the Sheriff for the County, he speaks
    for the Chair.

  32. Rose says:

    Very easy why Troutdale agreed to be absorbed (and probably pursued it).
    Two words: Carl Ward, hired in 2010, having been let go by SeaTac.
    Pursuing other jobs at least since 2013. Probably pointing to cost-cutting complex measures on
    his resume when applying for “red-State type” local city councils.

  33. Tiny says:

    I was having trouble posting yesterday and posted, or thought I posted a paragraph or two about why the public doesn’t hold Skyline as the first party in the tragedy that is the disappearance of Kyron. Stemming from a conversation I overheard about a wealthy area school district and mismanagement of funds (my words). Then I read the acticle about the kid driven home sick, the comment from the staff about the school being “psuedo-parents” and the reader comments. OMG.
    When we wonder what has changed with education in the last 20 years it is all right there. I can never figure out if it comes from the schools, government that they are the village responsible for children (until they don’t want to be) or it comes from parents looking to abdicate a little responsibility but the perceived infallability of the school and district is where the problem lies………imo.
    Back to the sick kid…… a 20+ year veteran in the schools I can’t even imagine the thought process that went into that one. Heads should roll but they won’t.

    Here’s the thing- a principal referring to themselves as pseudo parents just absolutely assigned her own negligence and liability. NO STANDARD OF CARE for any school I am aware of takes parental roles onto any school staff as a practical and responsibility matter and they better not.

    That’s not to say that frequently and quite sadly, sometimes kids educators are better parental figures than the actual parents, I get that, but mandatory reporting does not render custody- wth were they thinking? What about the fact that this could be a career ending error for a professional that is otherwise a fantastic educator and mentor to tender years students? How is this fair to them if Admin made this request to them?

    Don’t make me tell you the story of my PhD Home ec teacher in HS who made more annually than anyone else on SD staff to include the school board solicitor. I flunked ironing people. Yes, ironing. With a broken iron, btw, which I removed from her class and demonstrated for the principal and guidance counselor. Oh dear, the memories you people evoke. I looked up her salary and included it in my presentation.. ” at over $174K per year, I should think a “dr” level teacher could employ working equipment necessary to insure class participation and success..” She was about 4’8″ and 100 lbs but I thought she was going to pick up that iron, lol.

  34. Rose says:

    @mbs. I read that way back when about Staton.
    But, more recently I read Skipper selected him due to getting to know him as his tutor for Skipper’s failed OPEN BOOK exams. Since Staton was one of the few who had the Certification already (higher up Captns including the undersheriff did not), supposedly Skipper chose Staton rather than have the problem of a need to pass the test rear its head again. It’s a reasonable inference if the chemicals affected organs and limbs so badly, something happened in vulnerable parts of the brain.

    As I recall, Skipper had been retired a number of years previous to this and stepped in after Giusto debacle? I have received many private posts over the years that Skipper was a good man and cop. No way to verify that but pretty solid sources with contact.

  35. Rose says:

    But a good man who can’t pass an open book test with a tutor within one year
    had no business srepping in. Commissioners should have conducted a search for an appointee.
    Taken someone from an OR jurisdiction who had passed, then get behind him in the election.
    There could gave been candidates from OSP or FBI retirees willing to be appointed. Anotherwords,
    70 yo Skipper did the County no favors in this instance. Imo Staton had his eye all along on thus chance by
    getting certified when others above him had not.

    Vehemently Agree and not a fan of any open book certification in a leadership role.

  36. T. Ruth says:

    Unfortunately no one to my knowledge has hired a PI to look into Kyron’s disappearnce. Kaine said he hired a PI as part of his civil-divorce case. All about winning, not about finding. Sad.

  37. T. Ruth says:

    Rose says:
    February 24, 2016 at 12:50 pm

    And I’m wondering if Staton decides to step down, who would be his interim replacement? Moore?

    My money is on Gates. Moore appears to be in Ritchies litigation sphere as well

  38. Rose says:

    Who my money’s on, Heidi’s husband. Been a DA; been at OSU as head of Police fir a few years, and armed that and grew (with at least one PPB cast off) “Force.” Left last year. Appoint him now and he’ll be unassailable at election time in 2 years. Pluss Jeff Barker legislator & public safety, and imo Brown woukd back him. Return Yankee. Replace Smith. and good to go.

    Yankee will never return to MCSO, just my opinion, but not with that agreement verbiage and Staton is out 2019 regardless. No point to be made anymore, imo.

  39. Rose says:

    Can’t recall if I mentioned but Ms. Moawad is a besty of the Frink/Odonnell era.
    She also reminds me of Anne Hathaway in this pic- quite a lovely young lady with a strong career model.
    That said, I can tell you it is odd how Ms. Moawad was completely uninvolved in the second gj on Kyron’s case when she was still in a position to be- is it me, or can we calculate from the initial overtime charges and known info who was seemingly disqualified round 2?


  40. Rose says:

    If Staton is out in April, she can return. The language only bars her til his departure. Imo the County atty did that on purpose. You’re right, if she passed the certification, she’s as qualified as her husband tho he has buikt and managed an armed police force.
    All I know is Kitz’ press release stated she worked full time fir 1 year on Kyron, and her bio omits Daddy’s roles on tge House judiciary and public safety committees. Brown has not thrown her under the bus yet as she has others.

  41. T. Ruth says:

    In the original profiling investigation, I wondered why they looked at these specific folks, and only them. Are these the only officers who have/had access to the computers and systems (listed in link) that could be used to get in-depth profiles?:


    Anywho if this auditor found out none of them had done this, then why are the re-investigating it? Did they overlook someone, or do they just not believe the auditor?

    I believe that inquiry only covers their LE only access databases- not other profiling research. For me this is a by-law or process procedure issue, not a criminal allegation that I know of. I can see how these people felt threatened and insulted at the way it was presented to them for sure. I can also see how Yankee wanted no part of that going forward.

  42. Rose says:

    If we’re talking inhouse, my money is on Smith, imo an opportunist of the first order from
    publically kniwn info. maybe wven sabotaging Staton on purpose.

  43. Rose says:

    Quite shocking
    my large County’s language immersion programs are not in the poorest socioeconomic schools but in middle class schools with a solid base such that hispanic or chinese students are integrated into a primarily English family base, families who deliberately seek out and welcome native speaking children. But the point is NEW foreign language learners.

    This Armendaeiz’ competence as an educator is shocking. The
    point of an immersion eled program is to introduce kids who do
    NOT know the language to it, not to “hide out” immigrants
    and service native speakers who do not know English.

    This program has worked fir 30 years, why would the Supt break up a functional program when fir racial integration all she needs is a lottery and busing?

    And giving Skyline a pass on middlers commuting to George?
    Again fear of parents, but Skyline kids will miss out on enrichment, resources, and high school diversity prep.

    Anyway, mbs, by now I think the Supt’s lack of experience leading a mainstream urban county like mine or beaucoup others has her running on 4 flat tires on a riduculous salary and there is a thoroughly inept BOE.

    So sad Kyron was abducted on this Supt’s watch.
    She never addressed it.
    Never was candid and forthcoming with the public.

  44. Rose says:

    Moore’s the guy who got in trouble for going to a tea party dvent in AZ to learn to Shar iff the Arpacio way.

    That’s right, thanks Rose.

  45. Rose says:

    I would expect a Supt to have fully addressed the abduction, right down to Mathews’ permission for Kyron’s departure with SZ in a letter to all PPS parents, to inckude a list of rectifying measures put in place to prevent recurrance: policies; training; cameras. For a Supt to hide behind “mcso told me to not be transparent” is irresponsible. Smith has been given a pass on this abduction way too long.

  46. Rose says:

    Come to think of it, wasn’t that Bundy thing entirely predictable at some Oregon Federal site in a County with a Constitutional Sheriff with the Hammond imprisoning coming down?
    So, wouldn’t the Executive Branch’s youthful Director of Public Safety, having not been proactive or predictive, be about to find those Brown Bus Wheels, even with a Barker Daddy?

  47. Quizzical says:

    Frank Romanaggi

    I haven’t been following the Romanaggi thread too closely so maybe this has already been covered, so FWIW.

    Romanaggi donated to “Keep Portland Safe PAC” Filer ID-4167, on 12/31/2013, Transaction ID-1627315, and indicated he was a Police Captain working for the City of Portland on that date.
    (If this link does not work directly, copy/paste it into a browser)


    Hmmmm. Was he being paid out of other coffers during that time? He was not listed as being paid by the city of Portland during the 2013-2014 year fiscal year.

    The database below shows total wages that the city of Portland paid individuals in the 2013-14 budget year.

    I must be missing something.


    Also, came across Romanaggi activity in Bend:

    News of Record: Deeds Published Apr 4, 2010 at 05:00AM / Updated Mar 13, 2014 at 01:08PM


    David A. Langmas to Frank V. and Susan L. Romanaggi, Veranda Glen, Lot 4, $249,500





    Tax lot information.


    Rental Ad
    Frank Romanaggi (Vermieter) – Inseriert seit 2012

    If he was on the task force then, he would be on the Fed payroll associated with it.

  48. Rose says:

    2010 mcso services report
    p 17 describes what that Inslections group does.
    Differentiates the Special Investigations Unit (mostly drugs) from the Detective unit (mostly embedded in tgat East County Major Crimes team. then anyway.

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