Human trafficking concerns follow arrest of second Alameda County fruit vendor
An hour earlier, around 1:30 p.m. in the 1000 block of Delano Street, about two and a half miles away, a different sheriff's deputy found Pedro Aguilar selling fruit under a stop sign in the 1000 block of Delano Street. When that deputy, responding to
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Alameda County sheriff’s officials said Thursday they are looking into a possible human-trafficking situation after learning of a second fruit vendor’s arrest about an hour after one earlier this month drew social-media attention. May 9, an Alameda County sheriff’s deputy noticed a woman selling fruit at Bockman Road and Via Chiquita in San Lorenzo. When the deputy stopped to tell her sales were illegal and advised her several times to leave, she stayed put, Alameda County Sheriff’s Sgt. Ray Kelly said. “You would think when cops come back several times, she would move,” Kelly said. We believe it was because, as we later learned, she had no transportation, no way to move her fruit. It is likely she was dropped off by a handler and told to stay there until picked up. ”. An hour earlier, around 1:30 p. m. in the 1000 block of Delano Street, about two and a half miles away, a different sheriff’s deputy found Pedro Aguilar... When that deputy, responding to a citizen complaint, told him he couldn’t sell there, Aguilar tried to push the deputy and ran away, leading to his resisting-arrest charge. Pictures of the arrest spread across social media, leading to a vigorous debate about community policing standards, as well as accusations of bias and violent threats against the department. In both cases, Aguilar and the woman — who appeared to know each other when they encountered each other later — wore ankle monitors and carried cards identifying themselves as under supervision. Aguilar, who has an asylum application pending in immigration court, is being monitored by Immigration & Customs Enforcement, the Public Defender’s Office said in a statement Tuesday. “After being made aware today, we began pulling reports to review the incidents,” Kelly said. “Based on some information provided through another news outlet and other witness accounts, we learned that fruit vendors are being dropped off at different locations around Alameda County. “We’re pleased the district attorney has done the right thing by dismissing this case. I am disturbed that our law enforcement officers would harass someone just for selling fruit on a public sidewalk,” Alameda County District Attorney’s Public Defender Brendon Woods said in a statement Tuesday. Sheriff’s investigators met Thursday in San Leandro to discuss the issue, reaching out to the Alameda County District Attorney’s office for expertise from its human-trafficking unit. Some solutions may include deputies’ distribution of informational material in multiple languages that could make vendors who are vulnerable to schemes aware of resources and options. Instead of looking at this as people vending fruit, we believe this is more organized,” Kelly said. “These people may be working for others, and we want to be sure that this is not a forced-labor situation. Over a five-year period, Kelly said the department has had 47 contacts with produce peddlers selling against county ordinances on roads and sidewalks. “That’s minuscule compared to thousands of contacts we make each year,” said Kelly, who hopes to see a different view of exchanges between law enforcement and citizens more positively reflected. “We who pull over and buy produce, are we encouraging this behavior and not looking deeper by blaming police and others when in fact we are contributing to victimization.
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