California man strangled child and stole car 10 minutes after he was released from county jail
Yes, they come out and again commit the crimes. Some of them need even less than an hour to return to the jail. But the question is for how long will they stay there amid the California zero-bail policy for most misdemeanor and lower0level felonies in the state. This is a vicious circle, a conundrum.
That is what occurred in California when a man was released from the county jail. 10 minutes passed the jail gates shut behind his back he was taken back into custody last week for strangling an 11-year-old child and stealing a vehicle.
28-year-old Daniel Orozco was previously arrested for allegedly driving under the influence of drugs and driving the wrong way on the road. He was released a day after, according to the Salinas Police Department’s post on its Facebook page.
"Not more than 10 minutes later Orozco forced a female out of her car in the parking lot of Natividad Medical Center. The female refused to give up the keys to her car so Orozco began to strangle the female's 11-year-old child," the post said.
The woman eventually gave Orozco her keys and took the child away from the car before the suspect sped up.
This time he is taken into custody for alleged carjacking, kidnapping, and assault with a deadly weapon.
Earlier this month a man was arrested and released three times a day due to the zero-bail policy in the state. Another man was also taken back into custody – it took him a little more time than Orozco, – 40 minutes after he was released.