Home invasion suspect booked in Shasta County jail for 32nd time since 2009

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Habitual criminal Sanders: Doing the crimes cuz he doesn’t have to do the time/Redding Police Department photo

Libtards in California allow illegal aliens to not follow the law and don’t hold them accountable. Why should they hold citizens to the same standards?

For some reason this perp is getting a lot more than three strikes.

From Sacramento Bee: A frequent lodger at the Shasta County Jail was arrested and booked again Friday, the 32nd time since 2009, according to the Redding Police Department.

Shadoe Rivers Sanders, 28, of Redding is accused of breaking into a residence he claimed was his and confronting the frightened homeowner. Police were dispatched about 1:10 p.m. Friday to a home on Greenstone Place, where a woman had found a man inside her home, according to a Police Department news release. The intruder had bypassed an outer security gate and entered the home through a garage door.

The man confronted the homeowner, saying the house belonged to him. He left after stealing items from the home, the news release said.

Officers checked nearby streets and a surrounding greenbelt area but were unable to locate the man.

About two hours later, an officer returned to the area to get additional information from the victim. The officer spotted Sanders walking up the victim’s street, carrying a large metal pipe, the news release said. Sanders matched the description of the intruder, and admitted entering the woman’s home earlier in the day and taking property. Sanders believed the home belonged to him and he was returning to confront the woman and force her to leave, according to police.

Sanders, who is on probation in Shasta County for possession of a controlled substance, was booked on suspicion of home invasion robbery, residential burglary and two felony warrants, the news release said.

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35 responses to “Home invasion suspect booked in Shasta County jail for 32nd time since 2009

  1. Pingback: Home invasion suspect booked in Shasta County jail for 32nd time since 2009 — Fellowship of the Minds – NZ Conservative Coalition

  2. This smells like a meth head to me

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    • Tony, may smell meth head to you but, why is this subject being arrested 32 times and now arrested on SUSPICION, blah blah blah? This guy is a threat to anyone walking to the grocery store in broad daylight! If he is a mental case he should be in a mental institution, if they still operate, if proven criminal he should stay there, that element is never going to be reformed, regardless he is not to hang around lose in any kind of neighborhood. This is why things are going the way they are, the system DOES NOT WORK!

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      • Hi Alma,
        you won’t get an argument from me I agree with you. I was commenting on his meth head like behavior, heavy meth use leads to mental illness even if he was perfectly sane before, now I could be wrong he could be a crack fiend but the results are almost identical. The problems in this country are so numerous I couldn’t begin to list them here but they all lead back to 1 thing, we as a nation have collectively turned our backs on God and we are reaping what we have sown. I hope and pray that America and Europe for that matter gets off the road to hell and back in the safe arms of our Creator.

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        • Tony . . . . Bravo! You have called the situation correctly. The first thing I thought when it was written that he was returning to the house, because he ACTUALLY BELIEVED that the house was his . . . M-E-T-H * U-S-E-R! You will no doubt remember when people joked about “frying their brains on drugs.” Meth and Crack really does destroy the cells in the brain. Now, what do we as the citizens of this land DO ABOUT THOSE who have participated in drug use that has caused them to consequently loose actual brain cells–rendering themselves hopelessly mentally ill. I am of the opinion that he could not even be medicated to make him safe to be out walking around. How can it possibly be perceived that it is just to have someone who is now on their 32nd arraignment for criminal behavior out in society. It is more than obvious that the doors at that jail are revolving doors, at best. We see more and more “public officials” rail about how inhumane the jail system is, and how certain felons just cannot get a good deal in the current prison system . . . yet look at what they are dealing withl Should this man really be allowed to walk around free in society? I rather think not.

          You have hit on what I believe to be the number one reason why we have such a horrific drug problem in our society . . . . and that is, as you said, “we as a nation have collectively turned our backs on God, and we are collectively reaping what we have sown.” In previous generations young people had lives that were centered around churches, and wholesome activity. Now they have nothing, and drugs are the best way to anesthetize themselves from the sterile, empty lives they are living.

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        • Tony, I like how you think, We should have not ever discontinued prayers in school, as well as the Pledge of Allegiance. No God, no Country, we are seeing and experiencing the results at this time.

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  3. Kevin J Lankford

    Sounds like the only thing gonna stop his crime career is a victim with a gun.

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    • Yep, but with an unjust system, the gun owner will get years behind bars (and their property seized possibly). And, you will have one less ant but there’s still a whole colony of them. Got to get the queen ant gone.

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  4. Not sure if it is my internet provider, but the site is slow, has frequent freezing, and yesterday I noticed a weird..probable fake,….window pop up that gave some generic warning. today, can’t “vote” (rate) articles. just a heads up…incase you have heard similar and need to see if the filth is trying to sabtg your site.

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    • Thanks for the alert, JFL. Are other readers having similar experiences?

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      • I got one, when I went to this site today, instead I was ‘redirected’ to an adobe site for ‘downloading’ some update, which I x-ed out of. Also it’s been very slow as well.

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        • Thank you, chem.

          I just used three different browsers (Firefox, Chrome, Opera) to get on FOTM’s front page:
          – No re-directs on all 3.
          – Got on FOTM quickly with Firefox & Chrome.
          – Opera was slower.

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          • site works fine for me Dr. Eowyn, ‘course I have a lot of wordpress’ garbage blocked out at the source as well (such as gravatar, clustr maps, external “fonts” and API sites, google analytics stuff etc.). The browser I use… well, lets just call it a firefox variant that is rather old, has little trouble displaying the site. If i were to venture a guess at what causes some of the problems, I’d guess it to be some java or javascript junk or flash trash, as those three items are most often the worst offenders for bogging down a site’s rendering. Any problems with “safety” or slowdowns etc. might be caused due to wordpress’ gravatar tie-in (gravatar is used to spy on people if I recall right. I’d guess because each gravatar is a semi-unique picture that can function as a “beacon” or similar to the oft-used blank or pixel.gif, but that is only a guess.) or possibly the cluster maps, either of which some browsers or browser add-ons/ins might consider a threat.

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      • Dr Eowyn . . . Absolutely “Yes!” I though it was my stupid computer. It’s really awful, sometimes I will have typed a length submission–and I loose the whole thing because I keep hitting the button to unfreeze the site. If possible I would love to have this problem looked into.

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        • I was originally using “Edge.” After suffering so much disruption, I switched over to Fire Fox,which I must say was much better. Sometimes when I am playing a streaming video, I notice that Edge just can’t get with it–so I change to Fire Fox. I think that is rather shameful, since I believe that Edge is Microsoft’s creation.

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        • Lulu, where I live we sometimes get inconveniant power outages, although more in recent years, probably due to the pot farm’s blaring grow lights… anyway if your computer still has a text editor called “notepad” or “wordpad” try writing your responses to posts in an empty notepad file first, and then copying them over to the reply box on fellowship of the minds, that way if the page crashes or anything for whatever reason, you’ll still have your response in notepad to re-paste over when the browser works again.

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      • Yes, I think I alerted you about this same thing about six months ago Dr. Eowyn. A window would pop up and tell me that your site was dangerous, blah, blah and did I still want to proceed. When I said yes instead of no, it wouldn’t respond- would have to click the yes button 10 times or so before it finally gave up. Also I have found freezing up for the last three months or so with all the sites I go to with internet explorer. If I use Firefox that doesn’t happen so much.

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  5. He’s 28 and been arrested 32 times? If he started at birth that’s more than once per year. What a scumbag. That’s exactly what that “Three Strikes” law was supposed to prohibit.

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    • lophatt . . . Amen to that! I think the problem is that now the liberals (the very ones that thought it was so unfair to keep persons who are mentally ill in mental institutions.) Well, now they want prison reform. They cannot comprehend how it could possibly be fair for certain races who commit a high proportion of the crimes should be the very ones that are sitting in jail. So they are all for “prison reform.” Where does that leave the law abiding citizens who do not commit felonies, who do not pray on others? It leaves them between a rock and a hard spot. The law abiding citizen is left out in the cold–defenseless. Just a victim ready to be plundered by the loonies out and about.

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  6. Here is one thing that not many bring up, but when certain people (like this criminal) have no money or assets to “forfeit”, they are routinely let go because the judges/lawyers/cops know that they cost the “system” more money and they don’t like that, so that’s why a lot of poor people don’t get in trouble because of the money factor.

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    • The whole “Just Us” system is a scam. I had several former prosecutors (ADA’s actually) that worked for me and they all said that there were cadres of these guys that were on an “endless belt”. They get arrested, they plead, they get released, they come right back, over and over.

      Not to defend criminal behavior, but once a person is “in the system” it is VERY hard for them to get out of it. They can’t find work so they quit looking. The only thing left for them is crime.

      Once one of these guys is into that lifestyle it is forever. We aren’t doing ourselves any favors by not coming up with something that works better. Not every infraction is best “paid for” with jail time. Employment should not be automatically impossible due to a former conviction.

      I’ll get off my soapbox now. It just seems so obvious that what we do doesn’t work. We should wake up, look it square in the face and say “this isn’t working. Let’s try something else”.

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      • lophatt . . . Bravo! That was an extremely well thought out post. I agree when people cannot find work, they often turn back to crime. Oregon just passed a “ban the box” law, where applications for work cannot ask the question as to previous criminal convictions. This is supposed to help those who are having problems in getting work. I hope that it will actually help.

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        • I’m not sure what I think of that, but I guess its a start. I don’t blame businesses for not wanting to take a risk. The problem is that there are, and would be more, people who make a mistake and want to reform. Those are the ones that need a job.

          I guess I’m thinking more of some sort of “workshop” system where they get some minimal pay for producing something and learn a skill in the bargain. That could be teamed to real businesses that operate as sort of “halfway houses” where they could graduate to normal work. Just a thought.

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          • lo[hatt . . . . That would be a very good idea. One problem is that I perceive that we must move illegal immigrants and those who have over-stayed their welcome back to their own countries . . . in order to free up many “entry type jobs” where these individuals could start on a path to being productive member of the working class.

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      • there’s plenty of employment for these guys. But to get them to do it you’ll have to lock them behind a fence, chain ’em together, give ’em a hammer and let them break rocks. they’re like ferel humans. left to their own devices with no tools or skills other that those of survival. and they’ll take the path of least resistance.

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  7. Maybe a ONE strike system would work better. First time,he gets a jail sentence;NEXT time,he’s a Repeat Offender,gets his day in Court and unless he’s cleared by convincing evidence,he goes to the Gas Chamber (or whatever they use there-THC injection,Smothering in flowers,beat to death by MS13’ers,???) Word of THAT treatment could stop a lot of the “career criminals. They’d have to either get honest or get VERY good at their chosen line of crime. Of course,this IS the Lawless State of California,so maybe they;’ll give him a key to his cell and room service….

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  8. The death penalty is a winner. You sit and wait until say ten years (?) knowing that your fate is unavoidable, and you sit, wait and wait recounting what was until the day you are ready to face none other but yourself, your heart pounces, your legs wobble and your hands sweat, that’s it, you are gone. Now the other journey begins.

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    • If America doesn’t want to support a Lifer until their appeals run out,there’s always the express method,where they get convicted and sentenced,they get one year to get an appeal together,if that clears them they walk,but if not they walk the other way,to the gas chamber,firing squad,the chair or whatever form of execution is customary in that State.

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    • Alma . . . . Thank you for offering such a detailed synopsis of the use of the death penalty in this kind of instance. I was most taken with the sentence . . . “Now the other journey begins.” Can you imagine those who have scammed the system, one way or another, their entire lives . . . only to land somewhere they are unable to use their well learned “life skills.” It must be very disheartening to them, when the rest of the folks are saying — Hurray!

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  9. Reblogged this on kommonsentsjane and commented:

    Reblogged on kommonsentsjane/blogkommonsents.

    Just think – this illegal has been arrested 32 times – imagine the money which has been spent on this one person. All of this people have to be all drugged up and call this illegal “one of their own.”

    kommonsentsjane

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    • Yes, I failed to mention that. If he’s “illegal”, what’s he doing here? So, one way to look at this is that they are willing to subject the people who pay their salaries (us) to the tender mercies of a thug like this rather than deport him back to the “mother land”? How bizarre.

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      • HMMMmmmm-Hey,a 105 Howitzer is about the same size as a typical illegal,isn’t it? Might be a way to save a good gun from the scrap pile and maybe create a new TV show…

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