The state of California released a criminal to “save” him from the coronavirus, and a full ten minutes after his release he was re-arrested for strangling a ten-year-old child and carjacking the child’s mother.
Nice move California.
Criminal Daniel Orozco, 28, was released from county jail last Wednesday after his arrest for drugged driving, the Salinas Police Department reported.
He was released immediately thanks to California’s no bail rules put in place to “save” criminals from getting the coronavirus in jail.
But only minutes after his release, the dangerous creep revealed what a bad idea California’s policy is.
“Not more than 10 minutes later Orozco forced a female out of her car in the parking lot of Natividad Medical Center. The female refused to give up the keys to her car, so Orozco began to strangle the female’s 11-year-old child,” the Salinas Police Dept, added.
Police added that the woman gave up her car keys and then pulled her child out of the car before the crook sped off.
Officers eventually apprehended Orozco along Highway 101 and he was once again sent to jail… where he should have already been.
At about 1:16 this afternoon, Daniel Orozco (28) was released from county jail after being arrested by #chpmonterey a…
Orozco was initially released thanks to California’s zero-bail policy started during the coronavirus outbreak. With the policy, cash bail is set at $0 for most misdemeanor and lower-level felonies in the state, effectively mandating immediate release.
Consequently, the state has been releasing criminals by the thousands back into the state to endanger the public.
Thank you, Democrats, putting America at risk since 1830.
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