Vallejo police officer arrested for domestic assault

Vallejo police officer arrested for domestic assault
By Underground Newz

Pig woman beater Sid DeJesus 

A Vallejo (Pig) Police Department lieutenant (pig) was arrested and briefly behind bars Sunday for beating on the old lady. What else to do on a Sunday night but beat up the wife, God bless America.

Sidney DeJesus, 56, was arrested in the early hours of Jan. 8 in Placer County for corporal injury on a spouse.

At 11:42 p.m. on Jan. 7, Roseville officers responded to a domestic violence assault that had just occurred at a home on the west side of the city, according to a Roseville Police Department news release.

To protect the victim’s confidentiality, the address is being withheld, police said. That will really protect and serve the victim by not releasing her address even though her assaulter already has it since it is his house.

When officers arrived, they contacted an adult woman who had visible injuries on her face that appeared to be the product of an assault. She'd been beaten up real good, he punched her right in the face.

The victim declined medical assistance, but told police her wounds were caused by the man she was dating. She also said the suspect left the home after the incident. Good idea, after beating up your girlfriend, flee the scene.

Using the victim’s information, officers tracked down DeJesus’ vehicle at 12:10 a.m. heading westbound on Baseline Road near Fiddyment Road.

DeJesus was arrested without incident and booked into Placer County Jail.

His bail was set at $50,000 and he has since been released on a bail bond.

In August 2016, DeJesus left his 22-year career with the Vallejo Police Department to take a Commander position with the San Pablo Police Department.

Vallejo Police Chief Andrew Bidou gave his blessing before DeJesus left, previously telling the Times-Herald that “Lt. DeJesus’ commitment to the department and community over the past 22 years has been tremendous and he will be missed by all.”

Since his arrest, San Pablo Police Commander Gene Alameda has stated DeJesus is no longer employed by the department.

DeJesus is scheduled to appear Feb. 27 in Placer County Superior Court.

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