Schroeder: Carona not necessarliy stepping aside

Martin Wisckol reoports on Total Buzz about Schroeder’s take on the possibility of Sheriff Carona temporarily steppin aside from day-to-day operations control.

Schroeder: Carona not stepping aside

November 2nd, 2007 by Martin Wisckol

I just spoke with Sheriff Mike Carona’s spokesman, Mike Schroeder, and he said Carona will not necessarily be surrending day-to-day oversight of the department. He said the specifics of a contingency plan are still being drawn up.

UPDATE: Here is the LINK to Martin Wisckol’s follow-up on the story. 

I think Sheriff Carona was making the right decision if he was indeed planning to temporarily step aside. I hope he still sticks with that decision.  It would help provide leadership stability while he works to clear his name.

  2 comments for “Schroeder: Carona not necessarliy stepping aside

  1. RHackett
    November 4, 2007 at 12:45 pm

    One need only Schroeder’s commentay in today’s Register if you were wanting a milk through the nose moment while eating your corn flakes.

    You have to love that Mike knows the entirety of the Feds case based upon news reports and the indictments. I would bet a shiny nickel there is more to the corroboration of the testimony by Haidl and Jaramillo that no one but the prosecution knows.

  2. RHackett
    November 4, 2007 at 7:40 pm

    Who else blew their milk out their nose this morning after reading Schroeder’s remarks? He can’t actually believe the Feds case hinges solely upon Haidl and Jaramillo’s testimony. Can he?

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