What’s wrong with this picture? – Are the charges against Daniel Gilbert Tarr based on facts?

  • [NASA satellite photo, April 12, 2018]

    [NASA satellite photo, April 12, 2018]

By Gary Meyer, TME

If you’ve ever wondered whether the system treats accused citizens fairly—and that citizen could be you one day—this story of a dispute between one Lebec resident, Davin Cano, and his neighbors may serve you well.

Daniel Gilbert Tarr is one of those neighbors.

He has been accused by the Kern County District Attorney of grand theft, vandalism, assault with a deadly weapon and violating a court order.

But is any of it true?

It is true that a restraining order was obtained by Davin Cano against Daniel Tarr and became effective on December 7, 2018. It is also a fact that Tarr has been…(please see below to view full stories and photographs)

Photo captions:

This NASA satellite image shows why neighbors of Daniel Gilbert Tarr say some of the charges filed against him by the Kern County District Attorney are unfounded.

This picture shows how Tarr’s arrest location looked four months after his arrest. Back on page 1, the NASA photo shows the boulders on April 12, 2018, already sitting where Cano alleged they had been dumped by Tarr “stealing them” on December 1, 2020.

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This is part of the May 6, 2022 online edition of The Mountain Enterprise.

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