Santa Monica College Case Concludes with Sentencing on November 1
November 2, 2018
SANTA MONICA, Calif. – On November 1, 2018, prosecution by the Santa Monica City Attorney’s Office of Frederic A. Shinerock for battery on school grounds (Penal Code § 243.2) and disturbing the peace by offensive words (Penal Code § 415.5) concluded when Shinerock was sentenced to 36 months of informal probation and required to undergo 26 one-on-one anger management sessions, as well as to complete one year of mental health counseling.
The criminal conduct
In response to the sentencing, Police Chief Johnnie Adams with the Santa Monica College Police Department shared, “We deeply appreciate the hard work and diligence of the prosecutors of the Santa Monica City Attorney’s Office. Violence and hate are never to be tolerated in any setting. We are thankful that justice was served.”
“No person should be subjected to hateful activity and the Santa Monica City Attorney’s Office is committed to ensuring that everyone can enjoy full and equal access to Santa Monica College and other civic
This case was prosecuted by Deputy City Attorney Meryl Chambers.