Re: your June 13 article, â€śPolice search yields 200 prescription pillsâ€?:
The referenced article reveals one more clear case of the Ventura County criminal justice systemâ€™s favoritism toward white female criminals.
Emily Randles was arrested on suspicion of selling prescription pills to a 16-year-old. Police reported the district attorneyâ€™s â€śintentâ€? to file felony charges in this case. However, Randles â€” who could be charged with endangering the health and safety, contributing to the delinquency and illegally dispensing prescription without a license to a minor â€” was released â€śon her own recognizance.â€?
A Latino man was jailed with a $500,000 bail for stalking his wife.
The Randles case is only the latest in a long string of anti-Latino bias conducted in the Ventura County justice system.
â€” Miguel Espinosa, Jr., Oxnard