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Posted: Wednesday, May 27, 2009 10:00 pm

A defendant tripped while suffering a seizure in Lodi court on Wednesday afternoon, striking his head on a wooden bar, falling on some chairs and then convulsing on the floor.

Donovan Herd, 41, was taken by ambulance to San Joaquin General Hospital. A friend told bailiffs that Herd had a history of seizures.

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  • posted at 6:12 am on Thu, May 28, 2009.


    I say to print the name of the parents since these are juveniles and their parents are responsible for them.Example:The child of John and Jane Smith of Galt was arrested for fighting. Their child is a known gang member.Lets see what if this will bring down juvenile crime. I, for one, dont want my name in the paper unless I hit the lottery and would be embarrassed if it was my child.

  • posted at 12:52 am on Thu, May 28, 2009.


    What happend to plain old fashion fist fights? these kids names should be released to the public, they should face the same embarrassment as adults who commit same crimes. their parents should be more involved, look for the warning signs, I know the police do not think it is gang related, but I know the two kids who were in the altercation and one of them is a known gang member. I think the laws need to be changed and kids from 14 up should be charged as adults, names placed in the local paper, and feel the shame knowing their business was displayed in black and white. regardless how the figt started I hope that the kid hit is ok.



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