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Thursday, 21 January 2016 08:21

BUHACH COLONY HIGH SCHOOL PLAYS HOST TO BEAUTY PAGEANT - CA GOVERNOR'S OES DIRECTOR MC' EVENT WHILE ALLEGEDLY DRUNK

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BUHACH COLONY HIGH SCHOOL PLAYS HOST TO BEAUTY PAGEANT - CA GOVERNOR'S OES DIRECTOR MC' EVENT WHILE ALLEGEDLY DRUNK

MERCED COUNTY, CA - It was a beautiful evening as beauty reigned queen at the Miss Merced County, Miss Sierra Nevada, and Miss Yosemite Valley pageant hosted by Mark Pazin from the California Governor’s Office of Emergency Services Law Enforcement Branch. The gala event was held on Saturday January 16th at Buhach Colony High School in Atwater where Mary Loera,  a 17-year-old Buhach Colony High School senior, took the top crown as Miss Merced County 2016, 22-year old Rita Garabet was crowned Miss Sierra Nevada,  and Heidi Cheung won the crown for Miss Yosemite.

“It still doesn’t feel real to me," Miss Merced County 2016 Mary Loera said. "I’m still processing through that I won. I plan to give back to my platform (the integration of mentally disabled students in the community) especially, but also toward my other volunteer organizations such as the food bank and holiday meals for people."

But according to a number of attendees at the event, the host MC was acting very strangely and making the girls onstage and the audience feel very uncomfortable.

[caption id="attachment_9257" align="alignleft" width="218"]Mark Pazin Mark Pazin[/caption]

"I was shocked to see his behavior," noted one attendee who wished to remain anonymous. "He was so bad he should have been removed from the stage."

MCNTV News called Linda Dash, the executive director of the Miss Merced County Pageant for comment regarding these allegations on Tuesday, but she has not returned our call. We also wanted to confirm a report that he donated $5,000 to "outstanding campaign funds" for Miss Merced.

MCNTV News also called the California Governor’s Office of Emergency Services Law Enforcement Branch's Mark Pazin on Tuesday and left a message. No return call has been received yet.

According to the California Governor's Office of Emergency Services, since 1960, the Law Enforcement Branch of the California Governor's Office of Emergency Services has provided valuable services to California’s law enforcement agencies.

The Law Enforcement Branch coordinates statewide response for law enforcement mutual aid requests to include 58 California Sheriffs along with Police Departments, University Police, as well as other federal, state and local law enforcement agencies. The Law Enforcement Branch deploys assets to disaster scenes, provides law enforcement mutual aid guidance, Search and Rescue resource deployments, and Coroners and Mass Fatality coordination.

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The Critical Infrastructure Protection unit provides services to help ensure our nation's assets, systems, and networks are protected.

The Public Safety Procurement Program ​provides cost-effective procurement opportunities for California's Public Safety Agencies to obtain the materials necessary to serve and protect the people of California.

But last Saturday evening, the man California's Governor would turn to when a disaster hits our state, "was acting strangely, saying random things and laughing," another attendee said. "The young lady onstage (Malina Meza Miss Merced County 2015) looked uncomfortable. The co host asked Linda Dash if she could kick Mark Pazin off the stage, but she said no."

"Malina took over the microphone and would not share it with him," said another witness who asked not to be identified. "Apparently she was told to do so by the two other ladies running the show. People sitting round me were commenting "Shut up already" "Oh God he is such an idiot" "Yes, we know, you are running security for the Super Bowl""

If the Director of the CA Governor's OES, Mark Pazin, is in charge of security at the "Super Bowl" then we really hope he is given a sobriety test first.

 

 

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