ORANGE (CBSLA) — An LAPD officer has been arrested on suspicion of stealing a car in the city of Orange. Matthew Calleros, 45, was arrested Monday in connection with a vehicle reported stolen from a car dealership in the 1100 block of West Chapman Avenue on Oct. 25, 2019. Calleros was released Tuesday and a court date was not available, according to Orange County sheriff’s jail records. “Detectives from the Orange Police Department developed an investigative lead in the case, identifying the suspect as 45-year-old Matthew Calleros, a police officer with the Los Angeles Police Department,” a statement from Orange police officials said. On 10/25/19 a vehicle was stolen from Orange. Detectives from OPD developed a lead and arrested Matthew Calleros, a police officer with LAPD . He was booked into OC Jail. OPD is working with LAPD and the OCDA. The investigation is ongoing. pic.twitter.com/nsPFSSz8VZ — Orange Police Department (California) (@CityOfOrangePD) November 10, 2020 The LAPD says it was made aware Monday of the criminal investigation involving Calleros, who is assigned to the department’s Hollenbeck Division. “We are fully cooperating with the Orange Police Department and we have also initiated our own personnel investigation,” the LAPD said in its statement. Calleros has been assigned to home, and his peace officer powers suspended pending the outcome of the investigations, according to the LAPD.
LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. (CBS Local) — A former Marine has been banned from Walt Disney World theme parks after he rode the Splash Mountain roller coaster while holding up a “Trump 2020” banner. Dion Cini posted a photo on his Facebook page last Wednesday showing him on the ride with the sign. The image included a yellow “Trespassed” note from the Orange County Sheriff’s Office. “Trespassed from all of Walt Disney World properties to include, but not limited to, Theme Parks, Water Parks, Resorts and Disney Springs,” the order reads. Cini was banned from Disney property in 2017 after he was pictured waving a Trump 2020 banner over the park’s Main Street Train Station. But Disney management eventually lifted the ban. Disney rules state that visitors are not allowed to stage “unauthorized events, demonstrations or speeches, or the usage of any flag, banner or sign for commercial purposes, or to incite a crowd.” Cini says his latest actions didn’t violate the policy and that he was unfairly ejected from the park. “The second time, I just held up a small sign…and I did not incite a crowd,” Cini told The New York Post . “So I actually proved my own theory. That they kicked me out ’cause of the context of the sign and not the policy.” But Disney claims that they would have banned Cini even if he held a sign in support of other politicians or causes. “Walt Disney World welcomes all Guests to enjoy our parks,” a spokesperson said in a statement. “However, demonstrations and the display of signs and banners is not permitted on the premises.”
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Man Banned From Disney Theme Parks After Displaying ‘Trump 2020’ Sign