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Background Information

Employment History

Officer

California Highway Patrol


Spokesman

California Highway Patrol


Officer

CHP


Spokesman

CHP


Contributor

Sacramento Bee


Affiliations

California Highway Patrol

County Counsel, County Consultant for Legal Issues


Web References(194 Total References)


The Sacramento Bee -- sacbee.com -- Scam alert: More signs of the autumn times

www.sacbee.com [cached]

Panhandling is illegal at freeway offramps, partly because those bearing signs create traffic hazards, said Officer Max Hartley of the California Highway Patrol."In most instances, the sign holders use the cash for drugs or alcohol," said Sgt.Whether those working the signs are scam artists is a hard question, Hartley said."I do know that some are professional solicitors who stand at freeway offramps" daily, he said.


sacbee.com -- News -- Biker safety drive revs up

www.sacbee.com [cached]

> "These things, if ridden improperly, can either kill you or seriously injure you," said Officer Max Hartley, spokesman for the California Highway Patrol. Hartley and Mercy San Juan Medical Center officials in Carmichael asked that riders play it safe by obeying the speed limit, wearing an approved helmet, not drinking and driving, and leaving the stunts to professionals. Statewide, the number of fatal motorcycle accidents is rising sharply - up nearly 60 percent to 370 last year from 234 in 1999.


Orangevale Community Web Site, Sacramento County, California, USA

www.communities.saccounty.net [cached]

Max Hartley 916-338-6710
County Counsel County consultant for legal issues


The Sacramento Bee -- sacbee.com -- First the tragedy, then the waiting

www.sacbee.com [cached]

After being contacted by The Bee, Max Hartley, a spokesman for the CHP, decided the Kimrey case probably could be resolved quickly.He said the CHP would take over the warrant from the Sheriff's Department and "we'll go pick this guy up ourselves."


Adult Learning Activities | California Distance Learning Project

www.cdlponline.org [cached]

People are eating," said CHP Officer Max Hartley.


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