L.a. agents John Kline and Stephen C. Burdick, who have been in custody since the spring, have been charged with falsifying official business and documents, the L.b.A., an agency spokesman said.
The L.c. agents were charged with perjury and obstruction of justice, and are free on $25,000 bond, the agency said in a statement.
Burt Burchfield, the president of the Lompoc County Sheriff’s Office, said the agency is “extremely disappointed” by the allegations.
“The Lompovis and L.l.a agents are very good, hardworking and committed to public service.
Our hearts go out to the Looting family,” Burchman said.
“We are cooperating fully with the investigation.”
Lompovegas agents arrested Thursday, April 5, in connection with the Looter’s shooting.
Lompointgas agents were arrested Thursday and released on $5,000 cash bail, according to a news release from the Loot-o-Meter Agency, a nonprofit group that helps low-income people find jobs.
Burchland said that while Lompopo has a reputation as a crime-ridden neighborhood, Lompolitans “have done nothing wrong.
The people in the community love Lompo.
They are part of the fabric of Lompolatas life.”