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Police tapes: Carrillo calls attempt to contact neighbor ‘misperception’

Sonoma County Supervisor Efren Carrillo blamed a ‘misperception’ for a predawn visit he made last summer to a woman neighbor’s home clad only in his socks and underwear.

Talks in Efren Carrillo peeking case continue without settlement

Prosecutors and a lawyer for Sonoma County Supervisor Efren Carrillo met in private talks again Wednesday but were unable to reach agreement on terms of a settlement in his peeking case. The continued impasse over Carrillo’s misdemeanor charge comes as his scheduled April 18 trial looms less than a month away. But despite courtroom discussions about evidence and witness lists, the second-term supervisor is not expected to take his case before a jury.

Judge: Consider restorative justice in Efren Carrillo case

State prosecutors and a lawyer for Supervisor Efren Carrillo remain far apart in settlement negotiations to resolve his seven-month-old misdemeanor peeking case. Judge Arnold Rosenfield met privately with both sides Wednesday and said they appeared to be nowhere near agreement on the appropriate resolution for the case.

Efren Carrillo pleads not guilty to peeking charge

Sonoma County Supervisor Efren Carrillo pleaded not guilty Friday to a charge of misdemeanor peeking, five months after being arrested partially clothed outside a Santa Rosa woman’s home.

Efren Carrillo arraigned on peeking charge

More than three months after his predawn arrest outside a Santa Rosa woman’s home, Sonoma County Supervisor Efren Carrillo was arraigned Friday on a misdemeanor peeking charge before dozens of onlookers.

Efren Carrillo returns to court Friday

Sonoma County Supervisor Efren Carrillo is due back in court Friday to see whether he will be charged with a crime stemming from his pre-dawn arrest in July outside a Santa Rosa woman’s home.

Still no decision on charges in Supervisor Efren Carrillo’s prowling, burglary case

Prosecutors asked for more time Friday to consider criminal charges against Sonoma County Supervisor Efren Carrillo, who was arrested outside a Santa Rosa woman’s home this summer on suspicion of prowling and burglary.

A judge of character

Rene Chouteau, the judge behind the now rescinded ban on ‘expressive activities,’ is known for strong leadership, open mind.

Charges against Sonoma County Supervisor Efren Carrillo may become clear Friday

Sonoma County Supervisor Efren Carrillo steps from the boardroom to the courtroom Friday to face possible criminal charges and potentially a further unraveling of his political career in the wake of his arrest in July outside a Santa Rosa woman’s home in just his socks and underwear.

Efren Carrillo’s return date uncertain; rehab continues

Sonoma County Supervisor Efren Carrillo will remain in rehab for at least a few more weeks, allowing the embattled 5th District representative to complete the first phase of an ongoing alcohol treatment program, his defense attorney Chris Andrian said Saturday.

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