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    Vadim Vasiliev:
    I was born in a small village called Yabalaklinskiy in Soviet Russia. Being an esteemed student, I was caught the eyes of very high-ranking members of the government. At the age of 16, I was sent to a highly prestigious school where I was taught how to be a Special Operator. On my 18th birthday, I was required to sneak off in the dead of night to a secret location where I would begin my new life as a KGB operator in West Germany. This was the greatest honor anyone could be given, but no one must've known, not even my family. I was given the name of Heribert Reinhardt and the cover of a small business owner. My cover was blown in during my second year of service and my fake wife (also a spy) was shot by a sniper in the neck. I was contacted an hour later after the incident by the then acting Rezidentura to quickly report to the safe house and was immediately exfiltrated to Moscow. With my cover blown, I could not be sent back into the life of secret operations, so instead I was assigned as a prison guard. In 1991 the Soviet Union collapsed, and I had to flee the country because the new government wanted to assassinate me for all the state secrets I knew. I went to Washington D.C. and plead for asylum. They granted me residency on the condition that I reveal my knowledge. I was fairly young so I decided to take classes at the local community college. I could finally explore my passion for biology since there was no government mandate for me to be a spy. I came here to Los Santos to explore new opportunities. Currently, I am working as a Correctional Officer for the San Andreas Department of Correction and as a Fire Paramedic at the LSFD. I hope one day to find my family that I left behind, wherever they might be.


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  1. capablemango

    The People v. Jacob Harry Burns

    [PLEA DEAL] - Held in private records
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    The People v. Jacob Harry Burns

    The DEFENDANT has accepted a plea bargain. Details to follow.
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    The People v. Jacob Harry Burns

    I. Statement of Charges: July 2nd, 2020 at approximately 1730 PDT, four individuals conspired against the state to commit acts of terror following the capture of Zane McClain after his most recent escape from Bolingbroke State Penitentiary. These events transpired as the DEFENDANT, Jacob Harry Burns, and his associates attempted First Degree Robbery at Pacific Standard Bank while holding two hostages as well as several high-powered firearms. 18 U.S. Code § 2331 - Terrorism Pursuant to the definitions outlined in 18 U.S. Code § 2331 and all it's subsequent subsections, WHEREAS; the term “domestic terrorism” means activities that— (A) involve acts dangerous to human life that are a violation of the criminal laws of the United States or of any State; (B)appear to be intended— (i)to intimidate or coerce a civilian population; (ii)to influence the policy of a government by intimidation or coercion; or (iii)to affect the conduct of a government by mass destruction, assassination, or kidnapping; and (C)occur primarily within the territorial jurisdiction of the United States; and WHEREAS; The DEFENDANT was in possession of a Carbine Rifle. WHEREAS; The DEFENDANT is a known member of the organization labeled "The Crew" WHEREAS; The DEFENDANT opened fire towards law enforcement agents with an automatic Carbine WHEREAS; The DEFENDANT and his associates injured NINE Law Enforcement Agents: Sam Diaz, Natalie Sullen, Alonzo Harris, Peter Reagan, Chester Benson, Matthew Cordell, Sabastian Cote, Mikey Green, Jake Peralta WHEREAS; The DEFENDANT and his organization conspired to free Zane McClain several times from Bolingbroke State Penitentiary RESOLVED; The State Prosecution concurs that the defendant coerced two civilians into captivity and falsely imprisoned them as hostages during the robbery of Pacific Standard Bank. RESOLVED; The State Prosecution concurs that the defendant utilized terror tactics in order to lure law enforcement agents and conspired to commit capital murder against law enforcement agents in order to influence the State to release Zane McClain from captivity. RESOLVED; The State Prosecution concurs that the defendant attacked law enforcement agents with deadly force, knowingly that the force could result in death. RESOLVED; The State Prosecution concurs that the defendant premeditated these crimes as he obtained prohibited deadly weapons and falsely imprisoned two civilians. II. Charges: *Charges Highlighted in Red Have Been Plead Guilty One Count of 18 U.S. Code § 2331 - Terrorism One Count of PC 30605 - Possession of an Assault Weapon - G Nine Counts of PC 664/187 - Attempted Murder 1st Degree One Count of PC 16590 - Possession of a prohibited weapon One Count of PC 25850(a) - Openly Carrying a firearm One Count of PC 29800 - Possession of a firearm with a suspended permit - G One Count of PC 148(a) - Resisting, Delaying or obstructing a peace officer - G One Count of PC 211(b) - First degree robbery One Count of 18 U.S.C. § 922(g)(1) - Felon in possession of a firearm - G Two Counts of PC 210.5 - False Imprisonment of a Hostage Two Counts of PC 207 - Kidnapping One Count of PC 186.22(a) - Gang enhancement III. Representation: The District Attorney's Office - District Attorney Avraham Makowski - Executive Assistant District Attorney Franz von Krüger - Assistant District Attorney Cruz Renshaw - State Prosecutor Eric Woodall IV. The People's Preliminary Evidence List: EXHIBIT A: [LINK] EXHIBIT B1: [LINK] EXHIBIT B2: [LINK] EXHIBIT B3: [LINK] EXHIBIT B4: [LINK] EXHIBIT B5: [LINK] EXHIBIT B6: [LINK] EXHIBIT B7: [LINK] EXHIBIT B8: [LINK] EXHIBIT B9: [LINK] EXHIBIT B10: [LINK] Additional Evidence to be Submitted During Discovery. V. The People's Preliminary Witness List: Sam Diaz Natalie Sullen Alonzo Harris Peter Reagan Chester Benson Matthew Cordell Sabastian Cote Mikey Green Jake Peralta Greg Repsi VI. Sentencing Due to the nature of these heinous crimes, the District Attorney's office is seeking life imprisonment without parole.
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    The People v. Ruben Little

    Motion to add witnesses: Greg Repsi
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    The People v. Ruben Little

    I. Statement of Charges: July 2nd, 2020 at approximately 1730 PDT, four individuals conspired against the state to commit acts of terror following the capture of Zane McClain after his most recent escape from Bolingbroke State Penitentiary. These events transpired as the DEFENDANT, Ruben Little, and his associates attempted First Degree Robbery at Pacific Standard Bank while holding two hostages as well as several high-powered firearms. 18 U.S. Code § 2331 - Terrorism Pursuant to the definitions outlined in 18 U.S. Code § 2331 and all it's subsequent subsections, WHEREAS; the term “domestic terrorism” means activities that— (A) involve acts dangerous to human life that are a violation of the criminal laws of the United States or of any State; (B)appear to be intended— (i)to intimidate or coerce a civilian population; (ii)to influence the policy of a government by intimidation or coercion; or (iii)to affect the conduct of a government by mass destruction, assassination, or kidnapping; and (C)occur primarily within the territorial jurisdiction of the United States; and WHEREAS; The DEFENDANT was in possession of an AK-47 as well as a suppressed AP Pistol. WHEREAS; The DEFENDANT is a known member of the organization labeled "The Crew" WHEREAS; The DEFENDANT opened fire towards law enforcement agents with an automatic AK-47 WHEREAS; The DEFENDANT and his associates injured NINE Law Enforcement Agents: Sam Diaz, Natalie Sullen, Alonzo Harris, Peter Reagan, Chester Benson, Matthew Cordell, Sabastian Cote, Mikey Green, Jake Peralta WHEREAS; The DEFENDANT and his organization conspired to free Zane McClain several times from Bolingbroke State Penitentiary RESOLVED; The State Prosecution concurs that the defendant coerced two civilians into captivity and falsely imprisoned them as hostages during the robbery of Pacific Standard Bank. RESOLVED; The State Prosecution concurs that the defendant utilized terror tactics in order to lure law enforcement agents and conspired to commit capital murder against law enforcement agents in order to influence the State to release Zane McClain from captivity. RESOLVED; The State Prosecution concurs that the defendant attacked law enforcement agents with deadly force, knowingly that the force could result in death. RESOLVED; The State Prosecution concurs that the defendant premeditated these crimes as he obtained prohibited deadly weapons and falsely imprisoned two civilians. II. Charges: *Charges Highlighted in Red Have Been Plead Guilty One Count of 18 U.S. Code § 2331 - Terrorism One Count of PC 30605 - Possession of an Assault Weapon - G Nine Counts of PC 664/187 - Attempted Murder 1st Degree One Count of PC 16590 - Possession of a prohibited weapon One Count of PC 25850(a) - Openly Carrying a firearm One Count of PC 29800 - Possession of a firearm with a suspended permit - G One Count of PC 148(a) - Resisting, Delaying or obstructing a peace officer - G One Count of PC 211(b) - First degree robbery One Count of 18 U.S.C. § 922(g)(1) - Felon in possession of a firearm - G Two Counts of PC 210.5 - False Imprisonment of a Hostage Two Counts of PC 207 - Kidnapping One Count of PC 186.22(a) - Gang enhancement III. Representation: The District Attorney's Office - District Attorney Avraham Makowski - Executive Assistant District Attorney Franz von Krüger - Assistant District Attorney Cruz Renshaw - State Prosecutor Eric Woodall IV. The People's Preliminary Evidence List: EXHIBIT A: [LINK] EXHIBIT B1: [LINK] EXHIBIT B2: [LINK] EXHIBIT B3: [LINK] EXHIBIT B4: [LINK] EXHIBIT B5: [LINK] EXHIBIT B6: [LINK] EXHIBIT B7: [LINK] EXHIBIT B8: [LINK] EXHIBIT B9: [LINK] EXHIBIT B10: [LINK] Additional Evidence to be Submitted During Discovery. V. The People's Preliminary Witness List: Sam Diaz Natalie Sullen Alonzo Harris Peter Reagan Chester Benson Matthew Cordell Sabastian Cote Mikey Green Jake Peralta VI. Sentencing Due to the nature of these heinous crimes, the District Attorney's office is seeking the penalty of death. The District Attorney's office does not seek the seizure of properties and possessions to the State and will allow ample time for the DEFENDANT to prepare a final Will and Testament. VII. Additional Information Due to the nature of this case, the District Attorney requests that the case be presided over by Chief Justice Tapps
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    The People v. Rawlo Johnson

    Mon-Fri: After 5PM PSTWeekends: All day The current plea bargain is: CHARGES (Reduced to lesser charge from original): One Count of PC 664/187 - Attempted Murder in the Second Degree TIME AND FINE: 90 months, $10,000 fine
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    The People v. Rawlo Johnson

    Mon-Fri: After 5PM PST Weekends: All day
  8. I. Statement of Charges: On 06/11/20 at approx. 2:00 AM CST state police encountered the DEFENDANT, Rawlo Johnson, and his accomplice Terry Jenkins at Burgershot. The defendant was smoking marijuana in public. Officer Michael Hughes approached them and explained to them that they can’t be smoking marijuana in public. Due to their behavior, attitude, and overhearing JENKINS and RAWLO plan on fighting police and “[f***ing] them up”, officer Hughes requested for additional units on scene. At this time Mr. Jenkins tackled Deputy Cave, while the DEFENDANT took out a suppressed 50. Caliber pistol with an extended mag and he began shooting at Deputy Gomez. Deputy Gomez was hit in the head and fell to the ground. During this time the Defendant also began firing his gun at police officer Lewis Gomez. Pursuant to Penal Code 189.1. (a), all unlawful killings that are willful, deliberate, and premeditated and in which the victim was a peace officer, as defined in Section 830. As such, the defendant is being prosecuted for the attempted murder of these officers in the first degree. Willfulness and deliberateness of his actions is demonstrated by the actions of the DEFENDANT in firing a lethal weapon at law enforcement agents several times. The DEFENDANT'S actions are premeditated as he and his accomplice planned to attack police officers who were on duty. II. Charges: Two counts of Penal Code 664/187(a) - Attempted First-Degree Murder Prosecution will also be implementing lesser charges in this matter of, 664/187(a) - Attempted Second Degree Murder. III. Representation: The District Attorney's Office - District Attorney Avraham Makowski - Assistant District Attorney Cruz Renshaw - State Prosecutor Eric Woodall IV. The People's Preliminary Evidence List: Exhibit A: [LINK] Exhibit B: [LINK] V. The People's Preliminary Witness List: Michael Hughes (@Carter) Nick Cave (?) Lewis Gomez (?) Terry Jenkins VI. Sentencing Because of the inhumane nature in which Rawlo Johnson attempted to kill Lewis Gomez and Nick Cave, whilst shooting at police officers, the District Attorney's Office will seek a life sentence in Boilingbroke Penitentiary, with the possibility of parole after 60 years, and a $100,000 fine.
  9. Defendants: Willie Pecker Hammer I. Statement of Charges: On March 20, 2020 At 1947 hours San Andreas state police encountered the defendant in Pillbox. The defendant falsely presented himself as an attorney certified by the state BAR association while also refusing to present a valid BAR certificate. During the officer's time with the defendant he was ordered to leave the Pillbox Medical property 3 times as his presence was interfering with an ongoing investigation and obstructing the officers from performing their duties. After refusing he was put under arrest and removed from the property. When searched the officers found a firearm in the possession of the defendant. Further investigation by the arresting officers resulted in the discovery that the defendant lacked a firearms permit and was in possession of a firearm that was not registered to his person. Pursuant to BPC 6126(a) regarding the Unlawful Practice of Law, any person advertising or holding himself or herself out as practicing or entitled to practice law or otherwise practicing law who is not an active licensee of the State Bar, or otherwise authorized pursuant to statute or court rule to practice law in this state at the time of doing so, is guilty of a misdemeanor. Pillbox Medical Center is fully funded by the state and the resident staff fully paid for by the state, the Medical Center is designated as a public building. As such, pursuant to Penal Code 171(b), the possession of a weapon inside such a building would be considered a public offense. II. Charges: One count of Penal Code 171(b) - Possession of weapons inside public buildings One count of BPC 6126(a) - Practice of Law by non-member of the state BAR One count of Penal Code 25850(b)- Possession of a firearm not registered to the possessor One count of Penal Code 148(a) - Resisting, Delaying or obstructing a peace officer III. Representation: The District Attorney's Office - District Attorney Avraham Makowski - State Prosecutor Cruz Renshaw IV. The People's Preliminary Evidence List: Exhibit A: Police Report Report #: 926e0ecce489a3b83c60076e4a9ee250 Timestamp: 06-20-2020 17:40:20 Author: Chester Benson Other Responder(s): [U-116] B. Nobridge [U-53]C. Benson [L-3]C. Lee Incident Details: At 7:47pm Troopers and Deputies were at Pillbox Medical Center receiving treatment while occupying the treatment room with 3 suspects who had just gotten involved in a shootout with Troopers and Deputies on Los Santos Freeway. One of the suspects was being questioned by Trooper Nobridge and I (Corporal Benson) when Mr. Willie Hammer came up and claimed to be the individuals "lawyer" - He told the suspect to stop talking and that he would get him "Out of this in no time" - At this point Mr. Willie Hammer was asked by Mr. Nobridge to leave Pillbox Medical center if he was done receiving his treatment. Trooper Nobridge ordered Mr. Hammer out of Pillbox medical while we attended to the suspects and wounded officers within the treatment room. Mr. Hammer got aggressive and started to insult Trooper Nobridge once he was ordered out. Mr. Hammer proceeded to argue with Troopers claiming that Pillbox Medical Center was a "public" building and paid for by his tax dollars. Mr. Hammer finally left the treatment room where he proceeded out into Pillbox parking lot to bother and antagonizing other Troopers and Deputies. While in the parking lot Mr. Hammer continued to make a scene and refused to leave the property as he was ordered to do so numerous times. He wanted to speak with a supervisor so I went over to talk to him, he then proceeded to argue with me and claim Pillbox was a public hospital and he didn't have to leave. I then placed Mr. Hammer under arrest for disobeying a lawful order that was given to him several times by several different Troopers and Deputies. Mr. Hammer was causing a scene and removing official personnel off their assignments just to bring attention on himself during a time when all Troopers and Deputies were on edge and injured after a shooting. As I searched Mr. Hammer I found a firearm on his person. He claimed he was "holding it for a friend" - After a quick check of Mr. Hammers licenses I was able to prove that he infact does not have a firearms permit and was in possession of a firearm not registered to him. He advised me we wanted to fight the charges and after explaining to him that he will be sent for the 9's he still wanted to fight Exhibit B: Search of the Defendant [LINK] V. The People's Preliminary Witness List: [U-116] B. Nobridge [U-53] Chester Benson [L-3] Charles Lee VI. Sentencing The prosecution is seeking a sentencing of 40 months and a fine of $5,000.
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    The People v. Tanner Strong

    The DEFENDANT and his counsel have accepted the following plea bargain: CHARGES: One Count of PC 187 - Murder in the First Degree One Count of PC 207 - Kidnapping TIME AND FINE: Life imprisonment with the eligibility of parole on or after June 18th, 2020. $15,000 Fine Conditions for Parole Eligibility: -Maintain good behavior while incarcerated -Not attempt to escape the prison facility -Comply with officers and corrections while in their custody -NOT attempt to flee, delay, or otherwise interfere with his arrest The DEFENDANT, Tanner Strong, will be given 48 hours to willfully turn himself in to authorities for booking. Failure to surrender himself to the authorities within this time period will nullify his eligibility for parole after the 3 day period and an arrest warrant will be drafted for his immediate arrest.
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    The People v. Tanner Strong

    I will be unable to attend at this time My schedule is After 5PM PST on weekdays After 1PM PST on weekends
  12. capablemango

    The People v. Adrian Andersson

    Motion to add the following charges: ONE COUNT - PC 836.6
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    The People v. Adrian Andersson

    Motion to add the following communication: Dear DA We are going to have to hold off on the court case as Adrian has escaped and is the primary suspect in the murder of Trooper Mike Milk -Dallas Shaw
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    The People v. Adrian Andersson

    Attached are the following reports: MRPD incident with Adrian: Adrian entered MRPD from the back, Travis Williams, Alexander Steel and Mike Milk had 2 guys in the MRPD cell block. Adrian told us that he will give himself up if we let those 2 guys go, Mike Milk opened the door that separated the cell block and adrian, adrian walked in [with a gun in hand], Mike tased him, he stood up and shot mike in the head, then i shot him. He got charged with: PC 245 and 18 U.S.C. § 922(g)(1) BolingBroke [PC 243(b)]: Bravo 20 Travis Williams sent Adrian Andersson for the 9's [HUT] into the prison while Theo Ball [The CD] was in the cell block. Adrian beat Theo Ball and therefore got charged with Battery on a peace Officer
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    Remove tall trees from grapseed airport landing strip

    ^ yeah, i think there should just be a decent clearing at runways. They render pretty late and you don't get enough time to pull back up.
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