Sheriff delegates who told prisoners to throw "crappuccino's" and bottles of urine at prisoners they didn't like "are accused of assault and intimidation
- Delegates Justin Linn, 25, and Erik McDermott, 28, allegedly threw the prisoners a mix of excrement and urine in Santa Rita Jail, California prisoners they didn't like
- Alleged witness and victim testified at the Alameda County Superior Court
- One alleged agents were caught to throw away fabrication in the shampoo bottle
- The alleged alleged arm was broken when he tried to close incidents in 2016
- He allegedly challenges Alameda County and four sheriff delegates
- A cleaner prisoner claimed relief sheriffs with the nickname & # 39; prisoner & # 39; who & # 39; The Preacher & # 39; assaulted and said that he & # 39; spread the gospel & # 39; and & # 39; crappuccino & # 39; s & # 39;
- In October 2018, Linn and McDermott were charged with a crime of authority, witness intimidation, and conspiracy to hinder justice
- Two other Members are confronted with less serious accusations
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The deputies of the Oakland sheriff, Alamin County, Justin Linn (25) and Erik McDermott (28) brought people in from the inside to throw a mix of excrement and urine, according to a testimony in the Superior Court in the Alameda province.
& # 39; There is ubiquitous evidence that they (Linn and McDermott) worked together for the common goal of intimidating witnesses by gasifying, & # 39; Judge Morris Jacobson about incidents from 2016.
Fernando Soria, 48, claims that he was one of the victims on numerous occasions.
Delegates Justin Linn (right), 25, and Erik McDermott (left), 28, allegedly got prisoners to throw a mix of droppings and urine into Santa Rita Jail, California prisoners they didn't like
The prisoner said the pair of officers had opened his cell door with cell doors, so William Epting, 51 – who had been convicted twice for manslaughter and faces accused of murder in a shooting in Oakland two years ago – could & # 39; # 39; with the contents of a shampoo bottle.
Soria said he had tried to block the memories: & # 39; It's a kind of horror movie you're in. You try to make it black. & # 39;
East Bay Times reported that Soria also broke his arm when he tried to close the cubby and someone kicked the limb and broke it in half, clean & # 39 ;.
He challenges Alameda County and four deputies for the alleged incidents that took place from August to December 2016.
A cleaner prisoner claimed the deputies had named the prisoner & # 39; The Preacher & # 39 ;, and said he & # 39; spread the gospel & # 39; and & # 39; crappuccino & # 39; s & # 39;
Residents Shane Woodcock, a cleaner at the facility – claimed Linn and McDermott ordered him to tell gang members that Ruben Febo was snitch.
It was after Febo reportedly told the authorities about what the pair of officers were doing.
Woodcock also claimed that & # 39; gasser & # 39; Epting the nickname & # 39; The Preacher & # 39; got from Linn and McDermott.
He testified that the prisoner who helped them carry out the attacks reportedly & # 39; spread the gospel & # 39; and & # 39; crappuccino & # 39; s & # 39; goods.
The officers would have provided Epting with plastic gloves, bags and gray bins to be able to do the service.
As a reward, Epting – who was sentenced to life imprisonment in 2018 for sexual abuse of his nine-year-old stepdaughter and a female adult in 2012 and 2013 incidents – was often sent out of jail and given extra money. food is claimed.
Two other deputies, Sarah Krause (left), 27, and Stephen Sarcos (right), 32, face less serious accusations. A prisoner claiming to be a victim sues Alameda County and allegedly involves four sheriff representatives
Linn and McDermott were arrested in August 2017.
In October 2018 they were accused of a crime of the color of authority, witness intimidation and conspiracy to impede justice.
They no longer have their jobs and are both free on bail of $ 320,000.
They have been invited to a hearing to announce their trial date on April 29.
Delegates Sarah Krause, 27, and Stephen Sarcos, 32, are named as co-defendants on less serious allegations.