Detective Sandra Aldridge, Wrongful Convictions

Where There’s Smoke…

Vancouver Police Department’s Detective Sandra Aldridge may be the most corrupt officer in the State of Washington.  As the City of Vancouver and VPD’s Professional Standards Unit work feverishly to avoid liability by covering up her indiscretions, Aldridge is leaving a lasting imprint through the State’s courts and beyond. List of alleged violations include: Tampering with a witness, witness intimidation to include false arrest,…

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After “38 Days In” N.B. Returns to Arizona

N.B., the Arizona grandmother arrested on March 14th and extradited to Washington State as a “Fugitive from Justice,” finally flew home today to reunite with her family. Her 38-day ordeal can only be described as “shocking to the conscience”. The warrant for N.B’s arrest was initiated on March 8th, 2018 by Vancouver Washington Police Officer, Sandra Aldridge, who has been…

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Day 31: Six Hundred Miles North of Purgatory

According to Roman Catholic doctrine, Purgatory is a place of punishment and redemption for the deceased to atone for their sins before reaching Heaven.  Ironically, Purgatory Correctional Facility– near Purgatory Flats in St. George, Utah– was the second stop for Arizona grandmother, N.B., on the prisoner chain transport that ripped her from her home following the nightmare that began for…

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Detective Sandra Aldridge, VPD Failure to Supervise

VPD Detective Free to Target Those Who File Complaints Against Her

An Arizona grandmother was falsely accused of “Tampering with a Witness” and maliciously arrested on an out of state warrant initiated by Vancouver Police Department Detective Sandra Aldridge. Aldridge admits in her report that N.B. did not make direct contact with the alleged victim. Instead, she left two voice messages following the November incident in an attempt to find out…

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Senseless Extradition to Clark County: Cruel & Unusual Circumstances

On March 14th, when N.B. was arrested on the way to pick up her grandson from kindergarten, it was 80 degrees in Arizona. She was wearing shorts, a summer top, and sandals. On April 10th, almost a month later, N.B. will travel north again to increasingly colder climates wearing the same summer clothes, now damaged and stained by the rusty…

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RETALIATORY ARREST LEADS TO TERRIFYING ORDEAL FOR ARIZONA GRANDMOTHER

Vancouver, WA~ CLARK COUNTY OFFICIALS CHOOSE PRISONER “CHAIN” TRANSPORT N.B., an Arizona working wife, mother, and grandmother with no criminal history, was arrested in her home town and held for two weeks without bail. Unaware that this bad dream was about to turn into a hellish nightmare, N.B. waited in a jail cell from March 14th through March 28th for…

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CONVEYOR BELT INJUSTICE

FLAWED MODELS WITHIN A BROKEN SYSTEM In 1968, Herbert Packer, a Stanford University law professor, identified two distinct methodologies that co-exist within the criminal justice system:  The Crime Control Model and the Due Process Model. While conflicting principles exist between these two modes of criminal administration, they are each beneficial for the efficient and effective operation of the judicial system.…

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