CA sheriff orders raid on Indiana Batmobile garage, allegedly as favor for friend – EXCLUSIVE

CA sheriff orders raid on Indiana Batmobile garage, allegedly as favor for friend – EXCLUSIVE

Holy political favors, Batman! That’s the allegation against San Mateo County Sheriff Carlos Bolanos for sending a four-man team across the country last week, to raid the garage that builds Batmobiles. Read the ABC7 News I-Team report here: https://abc7ne.ws/3Q8tglN

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24 Responses

  1. Nopanda Kit says:

    This is a disgusting abuse of power! The irony of these law enforcement officers acting like the corrupt politicians from a Batman comic, is unbelievable. How did they get away with this?

    • Tim Franklin says:

      @Chase Viking why did you reply to me were on the same side of this lol

    • Chase Viking says:

      @BraveInternetGuy he doesn’t deserve anything and no he did not pay in full. He missed payments for 8 months and refused to answer their calls and refused to call them back. The customers making payments deserve their vehicle they paid for. Not some loser who doesn’t want to make payments at all.

    • Chase Viking says:

      @Tim Franklin newsflash kiddo he didn’t pay for 8 months and refused to answer their calls. Refused to get back to them. They have a business to run. That business doesn’t revolve around a single customer. They got other customers who are actually making payments. He’s not entitled to be placed first. If you refuse to make payments and refuse to take the business’s calls then you get what you get. He’s not entitled. He’s the one in the wrong right along with his sheriff friend who is flat out breaking laws and abusing his power as sheriff. CA has no jurisdiction in Indiana to begin with.

    • Sean Mendoza says:

      @Paul Martin what are you talking about lol.. Im on the bat mobile guy side.. he didn’t do anything wrong and yes I agree if the cop had an issue then yes take it to court.. but he’s a crock so he wasn’t thinking like that because he knew he’d lose

  2. Johnny Lego says:

    How can a sheriff of another county go after the car, and have a warrant placed on him? This is beyond abuse of power, EVERY SINGLE PERSON INVOLVED SHOULD BE LOCKED UP!! Sherif, the DA “Marie” , and this “real estate” agent. ALL NEED TO BE LOCKED UP!!! Beyond corrupt. Absolutely vile! 🤢🤮

  3. Law19157 says:

    This is unacceptable, it’s a gross misuse of the justice system, everyone involved needs to be fired and realtor needs to lose his license.

  4. Blue Prince says:

    Those cops are despicable. They’re definitely not helping the “anti-cop” sentiment, felt by so many around the country.

  5. Andy Schutz says:

    That bat mobile builder you can easily tell is a good dude. It sometimes hits you when you see good people going through “unnecessary” suffering until you look at it with respect for how they react to adversity. I like seeing people that strong.

    • mosher2001 says:

      Would have been great if the builder dressed up as the penguin for his interview and trolled the customer.

  6. Brent Walker says:

    This is a very disturbing story. The sheriff, DA, and rich brat should be worried about consequences for their illegal actions.

    • Anthony Davis says:

      Sound like rich people’s privilege to the sheriff’s department /friendship.
      Sounds like something criminal is amidst on the sheriff’s department and his friend.

    • Pedro Daputa says:

      California has the nation’s highest cost-of-living-adjusted poverty rate and one-third of the nation’s welfare recipients. In 2020, when home building increased 6.1 percent nationally, in California, where regulations have congealed construction, home building declined 3.7 percent. In Texas, the median price of a home is 3.5 times the state’s median household income; in California, it is almost 10 times. The median home price in San Antonio is $226,665; in LA, $898,692. The state has more than half the nation’s unsheltered homeless.

      A Californian earning $58,000 annually pays a marginal tax rate double that of an Arizonan earning $500,000. California lost a net 70,000 residents in 2019, and in 2022, for the first time ever, it will lose a congressional seat. California’s native-born population has been declining since the 1990s. Migration from the state has increased every year but one since 2011. In the past decade, 687,000 Californians have moved to Texas.

      Of the nation’s 10 largest school districts, only in Los Angeles’s, the second largest, have students gone an entire year without in-school instruction. Even before covid-19, only 30 percent of eighth graders (19 percent of Hispanics, 10 percent of Blacks) read proficiently, with comparable numbers for math. To finance the demands of government employees unions, California has the nation’s highest sales tax and gasoline tax (triple the national average). Soaring energy prices, partly a result of quixotic attempts to fine-tune the planet’s climate, inhibit the creation of industrial jobs. Hence, many who are fleeing the state are under 35 with annual household incomes under $50,000. Among the nation’s 53 largest metropolitan areas, San Francisco and Los Angeles rank 52nd and 53rd in birthrates. Since 2010, California’s median age has risen 50 percent faster than the rest of the nation’s.

    • Silverhammer777 says:

      Another question…who was the judge who signed the warrants? I would love to see the application for the warrants and see the cops who filed them prosecuted for perjury.

    • Hammer Smith says:

      Money is king anywhere, doesn’t matter what country or system.

  7. TheStabbyCyclist says:

    The most concerning part of this is the extreme breach of privacy that the poor man was subject to. Yet another example of how our legal system is so easily manipulated by the wealthy.

  8. Hard Truth says:

    It’s unfortunate that we have a percentage of law enforcement that think they are above the rules and laws.

  9. zzyzxRDFwy15 says:

    Another example that people are entitled to favorable justice only when they have enough money, power or influence to spend to obtain it. This county’s court systems are corrupt and broken. The sheriff and the DA need to be investigated and charged for their abuse of power.

  10. Caroline Rowles says:

    I feel for all the victims in that county still waiting for true justice on their cases. Absolutely disgusting!!!!

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