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WTOC Investigates: Indicted police officer offered witness immun - WTOC-TV: Savannah, Beaufort, SC, News, Weather & Sports

The primary witness was former Savannah-Chatham Metro Police detective Kevin Grogan. The DA's Office offered him a witness immunity deal to testify. Grogan's lawyerturned it down. They want him to come testify on their open cases while still publicly accusing him of being a liar, said Grogans attorney, James Byrne. You cant have it both ways. Hes either a liar, as you think he is, or hes not. Grogan resignedfrom the SCMPD this year following a DUI arrest and indictment for tampering with evidence and giving false statements. While he awaits his day in court, Grogan is listed as a witness in a number of cases he investigated, including a murder trial slated for August. Byrne said Grogan will plead the fifth each time. What they did was very shortsighted, Byrne said. They arrested him on very trumped up charges, for political reasons in my opinion, to show how fair they are in prosecuting police officers. The Malik Khalis case is what we are talking about. There is nothing to them. We'll prove that in court.In the meantime, he's not testifying at any of these. Any witness in a case, I don't care what you job is, your credibility is an issue, said Chatham County DA Meg Heap. Heap would not comment on Grogan's case specifically, but said offering immunity deals to former police officers isn't unusual. Heap said her team disclosesall information andthe jury decides credibility. I would love Mother Teresa to be my witness every day, said Heap.

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DUI suspect in fatal Rancho Penasquitos crash faces judge | FOX5 San Diego – San Diego news, weather, traffic, sports from KSWB

Anthony Perez Rodriguez, 30, was allowed to remain free on his already posted $100,000 bail. He faces 12 years in prison if convicted in the death of 61-year-old Enid Mayer-Sheaf of Chula Vista. San Diego police said DUI Attorney Rodriguez was headed east in the 14100 block of Carmel Valley Road on July 22 when his Fiat 500 veered into oncoming traffic and crashed head-on into the victims 1987 Chevy Nova shortly before 6:30 p.m. Mayer-Sheaf died at the scene. During todays arraignment, Deputy District Attorney Cally Bright unsuccessfully argued for the defendants bail to be increased to $600,000, saying Rodriguez spent the day drinking at a San Diego Padres game, at the Tilted Kilt restaurant/bar, then in Pacific Beach. Bright said that after the crash, Rodriguez told police he had consumed only one beer, one margarita and one shot. But the prosecutor said that 90 minutes after the accident, the defendants blood-alcohol level was measured at between.15 and.16 percent, which would have put his blood-alcohol level at about.18 or.19 percent at the time of the crash. Bright alleged that given the blood-alcohol level, a person of Rodriguezs height and weight would have had about 10 alcoholic drinks in his system when he was driving. The prosecutor said that based on tire-friction marks, the victim was trying to avoid the crash by veering to the right when she was hit. Bright said that after the crash, Rodriguez blamed the victim, saying she came into his lane of traffic.

For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://fox5sandiego.com/2015/07/30/dui-suspect-in-fatal-rancho-penasquitos-crash-faces-judge/