Bryant’s filing Monday noted that law enforcement off…

Bryant’s filing Monday noted that law enforcement officials know that the “first step in investigating a complaint is to preserve evidence and that destroying evidence is improper.” “Yet that is exactly what Sheriff Villanueva himself ordered Department personnel to do after the Department received a citizen’s complaint that a Sheriff’s deputy was showing photos of the crash site at a bar in Norwalk,” her attorneys stated. After a sheriff’s captain questioned whether the deletions were lawful, the sheriff demoted him, according the court document. Bryant’s attorneys also said that fire captain Tony Imbrenda “displayed his personal collection of crash-site photos at a public awards show” and then deleted them and told others to do the same after the controversy was reported in the news media. “I decided to delete the photos,” he stated in a declaration filed in court Monday. “I did not want them to be misused, I advised others to do the same.”
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