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If Shavies had been on duty at the time, it would have fallen under SB 1421’s broad definition of sexual abuse.
Those records show Ahern also fired Shavies for soliciting prostitution and for violating rules that require officers to “conduct their private lives in such a manner as to reflect favorably on the agency.” Ahern described Shavies as “dishonest” for a story he concocted after his then-wife found credit card charges from a Dublin massage parlor on the family account.
I felt Josh believed he was ‘above the law’ and he was out of control. I also knew documenting the abuse and obtaining a restraining order would affect his job, which in turn would further enrage Josh and provoke inevitable retaliation by him.” In a phone interview last week, her voice quavering and sometimes barely audible, she said repeatedly, “I just wanted custody” of their son and that she had “blocked out” much of what had happened.
“I am not going to say I perjured myself,” the ex-wife, also a former Alameda County Sheriff’s Deputy, said when asked if she lied in court papers.
Pleasanton police, in an email, wrote they do not have a copy of the 2011 incident report.
The newly discovered records also reveal that Pinole Officer Josh Shavies, a former Washington State University football lineman, was accused during divorce proceedings in 2014-16 of abusing his wife and whipping his children with belts, raising new questions about why Pinole hired him three years after the Alameda County Sheriff fired him in 2015 for matters unrelated to the abuse allegations.
In a series of text messages, Shavies told her he had a sore back and that a fellow deputy accompanied him and that he’d paid for two massages.
But pressed, Shavies, eventually told her the story about the masseuse pulling down his shorts.
Last month the Alameda County Sheriff released documents under Senate Bill 1421, the state’s new police transparency law, showing Shavies was fired for lying about a break-in at his home and damaged furniture.
The documents did not include details about the massage parlor incident that also played a role in his termination.Shavies came “running up the stairs with (his) belt,” she wrote, grabbed his son’s wrist and lifted him off the ground and began “to whip” the child, who was about 4 or 5 years old at the time.