Convicted Rapist Tom Pollacci, who served consecutive prison terms for two rape convictions before being released from Valley State Prison in June, died in his cell at Monterey County Jail last Thursday night, according to the sheriff’s office. Pollacci, 62, had been transferred straight from state prison to the county jail and was being held while the district attorney’s office tried to get him committed to a state hospital as a sexually violent predator.Monterey County Sheriff’s Cmdr. Derrel Simpson said this week that Pollacci’s death is still being investigated but appears to be a suicide.
“He had hung himself,” he continued.
Rapist Pollacci Died In Jail
And lock him up for life.
What should the sign be changed to this time?
Tom Pollacci set to be released from Valley State Prison next week at the end of his 14-year sentence, the Monterey County District Attorney’s Office will ask a judge at a June 11 hearing to designate Pollacci as a sexually violent predator and order him to be committed to a state mental hospital.
Pollacci, who was living with his parents in Pebble Beach before he was jailed for raping a Colorado woman in the loft of his family’s liquor store on Lighthouse Avenue in Pacific Grove and then leaving her at the hospital with a serious head injury
Designate Tom Pollacci As A Sexually Violent Predator
Tom without his hairpiece!
Pollacci appeared in a Salinas courtroom Friday via zoom at which time he was supposed to be arraigned on the petition.
Pollacci appeared to have no idea prosecutors were planning to pursue the ‘sexually violent predator designation.
“What is this for exactly?” Pollacci said via zoom.
The public defender said he would explain to Pollacci in person.
Tom Pollacci May Not Be Released – That’s What It’s For
But there are movements to keep him locked up.
Tom Pollacci, who was convicted of forcible rape
in two cases and accused of several other sexual attacks is
set to be released from Valley State Prison June 13, one of
his victims learned last week.
But he could end up being committed to a state hospital
if the Monterey County District Attorney’s Office tries to
have him classified as a sexually violent predator.
Pollacci was accused of raping a woman in the loft of
his family’s Pacific Grove liquor store in April 2008 and
convicted by a jury of the crime in 2010. After two more
victims came forward, he was charged with three more
rape counts and was set to go to another trial, but he pleaded guilty to one rape in July 2011 to avoid going before a jury in a case that was set to include several other alleged victims testifying against him and a prosecutor who wanted to seek a life sentence.
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What happens in Pebble Beach does not necessarily stay in Pebble Beach.
According to Monterey County Sheriff’s investigators, David Walter Osborne, now 49, flew on a private jet with a couple of “high-profile friends” for a weekend of golf at Pebble Beach, where they shared some rooms at the lodge, and on May 7, 2019, he sexually assaulted two women.
“Based on facts and circumstances of this case, the risk of a jury trial, the defendant’s acceptance of responsibility, and after numerous conversations with Jane Doe about her preferences and desires, we believe this is a just resolution in this case,” Nassoura said at the time. Osborne will also have to pay restitution to the victim, and Vazquez is set to determine the amount at an Oct. 6 hearing, when he will also provide proof he has relinquished his guns.
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Posts on an Instantgram account called #thisisour831 resulted an email campaign calling to remove the director.
At that time, Sept. 1, 2017, he returned to his position as director of exhibits and education. Almost three years to the day, on Sept. 3, Govea resigned from his most recent position at the museum, director of community engagement.
The resignation comes after similar allegations surfaced on social media in recent days.
The only post on their feed so far references a specific incident was made on Aug. 29, and describes allegations against Govea. The post claims to be a story “from another young woman that was groomed and sexually abused by Juan Govea,” although the Weekly was not able to reach her or verify her identity.
She describes what started as a texting relationship when she was 16 or 17, then Govea inviting her to his home near the school, where she says he served dinner and Champagne followed by peach vodka. After that, she writes, she was too drunk to go home. She spent the night and they had oral sex.
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Daniel Lee Bell, of Seaside, was arrested at 12:14 p.m. on a $150,000 warrant. The warrant stemmed from a Dec. 30, 2013, report by a woman who told police she had been raped by an unknown man.
At the time of the alleged assault, Bell was on duty as a uniformed security guard patrolling apartment complexes throughout Monterey County. Employed by San Jose-based Code 3, Bell was driving a marked security vehicle and wearing a duty belt with pepper spray, a baton and a stun gun, police said.
The woman and her male companion were contacted by Bell on the 700 block of Pine Street in Monterey as they walked home from a local bar. They thought Bell was a police officer due to his uniform and marked vehicle, the woman told police.
Security Guard Arrested For New Monterey Rape
Police arrested 29-year old Mario Cardoso for attempted rape of an intoxicated woman. Few details about the case are being released right now because investigators are still trying to piece the case together, investigators said.
The assault happened Sunday around 9:40 p.m. under the pier at 700 Cannery Row.
Arrested For Rape Under Cannery Row
For some “medical treatment”.
Sentencing for convicted rapist Thomas Pollacci has been delayed until November to allow him time to seek medical treatment for “recently discovered medical issues.”
Deputy Public Defender Michelle Wouden said her client “is addressing medical concerns prior to being sent to state prison, not at the county expense.”
Pollacci was to have been sentenced this morning to six years in prison for raping a woman in his parents’ travel trailer. The sentence was part of a plea bargain that spared him a potential 30-to-life sentence for three rapes.
Pollacci Stalling State Prison
Faced with nine women waiting to testify he had raped them over three decades and one survey that showed 95 percent of the public believed he was probably guilty, Pollacci didn’t like his odds.
As a condition of his plea agreement, he was required to dismiss his appeal in that case and to waive all rights of appeal in the current case as long as he receives the stipulated sentence. He must serve at least 85 percent of the total 14-year sentence, nearly 12 years, before he is eligible for parole. He has served 13 months.
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