Deputy Jackson, along with Rookie Deputy Cox performed the initial search of Bobby Harris home in Eastvale, CA, November 2015. Olivia Baker, from Riverside CPS, testified on the stand December 22nd, 2015, that she waited outside of the home for hours while Crystal Turner was inside, for the deputies and Mr. Harris to arrive.
They then conducted a search of the home, not including the garage. Although both Mr. Harris and the Riverside County deputies claim that a construction project was occurring, and used that as an excuse to exclude the search of the garage, the project had been completed and cleaned up weeks prior by the home owner’s insurance company.
On the stand, Olivia Baker did not use the excuse given by authorities. She expressed that Mr. Harris claimed he did not have the key to access his own garage. So it was left un-searched.
Which ever the reason, I believe that evidence to what my children claim was occurring at their father’s home was in that garage. Given the severity of the allegations, no locked door or construction project should have hindered the complete search of their father’s home to uncover any evidence.
After the search, deputy Jackson and Cox went to the hospital to visit with my children. They had disclosed abuse to the social worker and doctor on staff. We arrived at the hospital at 4pm, the social worker went off duty at 9 pm, and the officers arrived just before 10 pm.
Deputy Jackson did all of the talking, told me that my son did not speak, that my daughter’s statements were inconclusive, and that she would not arrest an innocent man on false allegations.
She handed me a generic card, and wrote deputy Cox’s email address on the back. She told me to send any information there, and that a detective would be in contact shortly. I initially thought that she was Deputy Cox because of this. She did not want me to have her name or contact information. And why our case was assigned to a rookie officer is beyond me.
Deputy Cox took the stand on behalf of Mr. Harris on December 22nd, 2015. He testified to hearing our little girl speak of being molested by multiple men. He claimed to have not believed her because of her calm demeanor. In his professional opinion, she was coached.
Did I mention that this deputy was in training?
He was dismissed for lack of experience in the field.
The day after the half-search was performed, Mr. Harris rented a U Haul truck, filled it with the contents of his garage, and parked it around the block for a week. He claims it was full of debris and that he dumped the contents in a dumpster of a nearby apartment complex, Homecoming.
I wonder if video footage will support that “crime/story”. Probably not. A neighbor shared that she saw him loading video equipment and props into the van. And when she approached him on it and wanted to know where he got all of that cool equipment, he handed her the card of our old neighbor, and ex police officer. Mr. Harris told her to mention his name, and she would get a discount. His subpoenead bank statements also show that the truck was rented for a week.
This does not coincide with his rent and dump crime/story.
Also, when I lived at the residence, there were three entry ways in to the garage, and we could not lock ourselves out from the inside. We were also in the habit of legally dumping our trash in rented Waste Management dumpsters.
Our children claim that Deputy Jackson is part of the group involved in criminal activity with their father. According to them, she regularly visited their home in and out of uniform.
She is a direct report to Sergeant Sanford. Allegations regarding child pornography have been brought against him as well.
Here is a true and correct copy of the report submitted by Deputy Jackson.
Here is a true and correct copy of the report submitted by Deputy Cox.
The running theme with all people have contact with or even hear of this case (like the children’s attorney) is to presume coaching. Why?