Tuesday, November 24, 2015

Target of Olivenhain SWAT raid sentenced to counseling on misdemeanor charges

San Diego Reader:
On the day set for her misdemeanor trial, Anastasia Kirkeby, 50, a woman plagued by multiple drug-related arrests at her home in Encinitas, made a plea deal and was ordered to get counseling. That hearing was on November 10.

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[Prosecutor Melissa] Ocampo had charged Kirkeby with two misdemeanors: under the influence of meth, and resisting, delaying, and obstructing a police officer.

Papers found in the court file suggest that Ocampo was having trouble coming up with “material witnesses.”
Kirkeby's house was the subject of a spectacular SWAT raid last December, and later was severely damaged in a fatal fire.

25 comments:

  1. Drug-induced amnesia, how convenient. I'm curious as to why the SD Reader only posted a pix of the DA. A pix of the criminal would certainly let us citizens know to offer a wide berth if we see this woman.

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    1. Twice on the radio I heard of a man up in LA who stabbed a buddy in the stomach for diddling his girlfriend. The man is still at large. Twice the reports called him "the man" instead of name or describe him. Someone must not want to find him very badly.

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    2. He missed the site of engagement.

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  2. Wide Berth… was that a Muir joke about his wide tax sucking pension. Remove Muir next election and get him and $tock$ out of Encinitas for good.

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  3. I heard she moved here because she learned we are going to put in a bike trail.

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    1. With snortable white lines!

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  4. I heard Teresa is to blame....

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  5. What a bunch of maroons in this town, they put up starfish lights on the streetlights at Christmas but can't put up flower pots in the spring and summer.....DEMA= Idiots. Meanwhile the road on 101 is falling apart.....

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  6. Actually, this city puts starfish lights up on the "Holidays" cause they're too PC to acknowledge Christmas. It might hurt someone's feelings somewhere. DEMA tried flower pots. They needed constant watering (in our desert) which didn't happen. They looked nice for a few days but it was a huge feelgood liberal waste of money and a precious resource. The expense would have escalated into a worse negative cash flow if they had created a new job for someone watering them perpetually. What part of 101 is falling apart? The city resurfaced the north part and it is in fine shape.

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    1. The $100K/yr City Art Facilitator could have watered the pots. I'm pretty certain that job can't take more than about 8 hours to accomplish its entire agenda for the month. Maybe he is in charge of the City Hall coffee room décor? This city has too much fluff in the employment sector. Has the new City Manager made any changes of consequence?

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    2. The north part of 101 was just resealed and is not ok. It has waves and bumps galore. The roads will cost more as they continue to crumble.

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    3. Sounds like the starfish hater accepts one "true" god only. All hail 10:48's god. Lol.

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  7. 7:23, you need to upgrade your shocks. Smooth sailing here.

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  8. No part of Hwy 101 is good,......but we own a $10M tear down, POS school that will never be an "arts center".

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  9. Those are starfish?!!? I thought they were keypad symbols...yuk yuk!

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    1. Yes, those are Starfush. We are a beach community, that's why the mainstreets put symbols of the ocean and surfing on all the SDGE transformer boxes....like at 101 and Enc Blvd. You know, where the elephant is pissing and shooting urine from his trunk.

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    2. Elephant? I thought they were all sorts of cool animals like lions and tigers and bears.

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  10. Consider this chart, then contemplate the probability that your personal flavor of religion is the one, true correct one.

    http://cdn.zmescience.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/ReligionTree.jpg

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    1. 12:20, Consider this next to your prchart:

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tq9eEiM4nkc

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  11. Alleluia! I got the right one!

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  12. Still no evidence Steven Leacock was drinking at Union.

    EU said wait, so I guess we're still waiting (even though the court has disposed of the case).

    I guess we're in the Trump age. Make stuff up, and never correct the record.

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  13. Oh wow, the COE is fixing the road on El Camino Real.....of course that road is DAMN good compared to Glenmanor, Santa Fe dr. or any part of 101. Way to go COE, next you'll buy a run down POS school that needs millions of dollars in repairs, oh wait you already did.

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  14. Anastasia Kirkeby, Larry Burns LAWRENCE F. BURZYNSKI, American Stitch llc of nevada, (a sewing company in nevada?) $50,000 a month for a bed, collection lawsuits in Vista Superior Court. Attempted suicide- quadrapalegic. Licensed employees, have claims against their professional insurance, lawyer of the Hague I said it before: Kelly M. *AAE IS A SCAM January 12, 2011 The subject Lawrence Bruzynski is using the alias name of Larry Burns and identifies himself as President of The Crosby Centers. The Crosby Centers are ACTIVELY engaged in the solicitation of current and former NFL players to undergo treatment for concussion-related injuries using this website.
    Bruzynski, using the alias name Larry Burns, was featured in a recent ESPN story which aired on January 31, 2015 titled: "Depression After Football Bruzynski has accumulated numerous convictions for felony FRAUD related violations. He has been convicted in federal prosecutions in Wyoming, Colorado, California and elsewhere. Bruzynski, a career criminal, is recorded under FBI Number 189372M7. Larry Anastasia Kirkeby, who identifies herself as co-owner of the Crosby Center was arrested in December, 2014. She was charged with multiple offenses, including operating a DRUG house and a firearms offense. Any member of the NFLPA who is undergoing treatment at the Crosby Centers or has been contacted by a representative of the Crosby Centers should exercise extreme CAUTION. If you have any information related to this matter, you are requested to contact Supervisory Investigator Robert Brockway, California Department of Insurance, Orange, CA, tel. 714-712-7652 You may also contact NFLPA Director of Security and Operations Tim Christine at 202-756-9102 or Tim.Christine@nflpa.com

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