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Wrong Al Howenstein?

Al Howenstein

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Sheriff

Marin County


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History of Homestead Valley, 2009 Articles

www.millvalleyhistoricalsociety.org [cached]

Marin County Sheriff Al Howenstein faced a thicket of microphones and said, "It's over.


Patrick Kennedy, Sacramento City Unified School District Board of Education, Area 7

www.patrick-kennedy.com [cached]

Marin County Sheriff (Ret.)Al Howenstein, Jr.


www.marinij.com

The last contested race for sheriff was in 1982, when Sheriff Al Howenstein was challenged by one of his own sergeants, Charles Prandi, as well as Charles Numark, an investigator at the district attorney's office.
The ensuing scrum divided the law enforcement community, which generally backed Prandi, and elected officials, who tended to support Howenstein.


History of Homestead Valley, 2005 Articles

www.millvalleyhistoricalsociety.org [cached]

On July 27, 1979, Marin County Sheriff Al Howenstein faced a thicket of tightly-clutched microphones on Melrose and said, "It's over.
Finally, after four hours as a hostage, Letty emerged and calmly handed the gun to Sheriff Howenstein who noticed that the gun was loaded and cocked.


cannabisnews.com: In the Land of the Lotus Eaters

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Unfortunately, we are stuck with the legacy of his grandstanding, which grew out of rivalry with former Sheriff Al Howenstein.Under Howenstein and his predecessor Lou Mountanos, residents with small pot patches felt free to call deputies if pot thieves showed up.


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