Item: Judge Julio Jimnez claimed last week that an ASA stabbed him in the back. The investigation continues.
From the O/I-
Crimes against Judges Division:
Stone Rock- CAJ Detective:
The victim is a hispanic male, in his fifties, known to wear a black robe at work and is a Judge at the REGJB- an area well known to this detective to be rife with violence, deception, scurrilous characters, torpidness and stolidity.
At some point last week the victim claimed to be a victim of aggravated battery by being stabbed in the back by a co-worker.
The victim accused a specific co-worker who appears to be a member of a gang known to this detective as "Yo Yo Yo SAO". Their known gang signs include raising the middle finger of each hand when asked to exercise discretion and two well known and notorious rap songs called "my supervisor said NO" and "Yo Yo Yo da SAO is IN DA HOUSE." The suspect refused to be interviewed by this detective and referred all questions to her attorney. The victim referred this detective to his statements from the bench and various news articles reporting the incident.
Evidence of the crime includes frequent contact between the victim and the suspect; a dispute over the resolution of a work related issue in which the victim claims the suspect requested that the victim write her supervisor a letter requesting a resolution to this issue. When the supervisor responded by refusing to allow the suspect to cooperate with the victim some sort of scuffle ensued with the victim later making the unsubstantiated claim of aggravated battery.
There are several witnesses to the underlying dispute which clearly provided the suspect with the motive and opportunity to stab the victim in the back. However, there is not sufficient evidence at this time to arrest the suspect for aggravated battery.
This officer was not present at the time of the crime. No weapon was recovered during the investigation of this case. This case remains open/pending."