Calvin’s “babies mama” outside his marriage is a Cleveland cop Mayor Frank Jackson promoted with whom he has 2 children

There's no way around the fact that Calvin Williams living with a police patrol officer with whom he has two children and manages is an "unlawful interest in a public contract"

CLEVELAND, OHEJBNEWS has learned that the “other” woman in Cleveland chief of police Calvin Williams divorce drama is a municipal cop he manages who gave birth to his daughter and son.  Loretta Williams divorce papers against Calvin were delivered to an address county records show is in the name of Sherrie Flores.  The suburban $263,000 home was purchased in July 2019.  Flores is a Cleveland municipal police officer.

As EJBNEWS previously reported, Loretta D. Williams filed on May 11, 2020 with the Cuyahoga County Domestic Relations Court to divorce Williams.  She also sought and was granted a restraining order against Mayor Frank Jackson’s double-dipping police chief.  A mutual one was granted to them both on the day of the filing.

Was Mayor Frank Jackson giving his double-dipping police chief a household income boost with his promotion of Sherrie Flores? Check out her ring finger. Flores is sporting a nice rock on it. Engagement until the divorce is final?

If Cleveland residents want to know why so few of them hold city jobs, Williams’ management of the mother of his two children is but one example of the depth of nepotism in the Kleptocratic Jackson administration that’s gone unchecked by the Kleptocrats Kevin Kelley presides over as council’s president.  It’s almost as if you can’t work at Cleveland city hall if you’re not fucking someone.

There’s a Revised Code of Ohio section found at 2921.42(A) under the heading, “Having an unlawful interest in a public contract” that covers Williams’ relationship with Flores.  Their on-the-job working relationship makes Williams ripe for criminal prosecution.

As a former mayor and director of public safety, I had to deal with the same shit as everybody wanted to sneak a relative onto the payroll.  85 percent of Cleveland’s municipal workforce lives in the surrounding suburbs.  A new mayor could create jobs for Cleveland residents by firing every employee’s fuck buddy.  Even alien immigrants are getting families onto the payroll before a resident of Cleveland.

The chief of police of the police state Mayor Frank Jackson’s allowed cops to create in Cleveland’s  can earn up to $184,000 a year. That’s about $30,000 more than the mayor. Captains earn up to $103,000. Commanders $120,000. Police are going to cost Cleveland taxpayers $144 million and these crazed salaries are the reasons for it. These wages for public employees with no special skills other than lying and stealing are out of control. Everybody on council needs to be removed for this shit. Voters need to establish lower wages in the charter. Even $154,000 for the mayor is too much. To be honest, if Williams lied to his wife about his other woman and family I would have no trust in his budget or the cops who’s crimes and killings he’s covering up.

Williams can guide Flores’ work schedule to increase her earnings through overtime and special assignments.  He’s involved in establishing questions for the civil service testing for promotions. He can recommend Flores for promotions.  He controls discipline in regards to her on-the-job performance.  He can conceal the crimes she commits in uniform as well as her civil rights violations.  He might have been behind the decision to hire her.

Every increase in on-the-job opportunity for Flores, and every protection she’s offered, benefits his household even if they’re not married.  The children are the connector.  The entire “Having an unlawful interest in a public contract” statute is shared at the bottom of this story.

I previously shared a January 2019 story about a 911 call to Williams home in Cleveland with soon-to-be ex-wife Loretta on my Facebook page Mark Zuckerberg’s censorship practices caused to be deleted.  My source had shared with me that a domestic dispute occurred at his Cleveland home.  It had been shared with me how the mother of his children had visited.  I was told she informed Williams he needed to spend time with his son.  Williams is alleged to have told police arriving at his home to turn off their bodycams.

Williams has cast himself, publicly, as an honest cop and protests loudly against anyone who says otherwise.  When I first exposed the domestic drama at his home in January 2019, Williams issued a statement to call me a liar.  Yes.  There was a call to his home but all’s good, according to Williams.  No domestic drama.   Just a mistaken call from the alarm company.  He wasn’t resigning.  Yet.

Seven months after the 911 call that sent cops to his Cleveland home with wife Loretta Williams, the mother of the police chief’s two children purchased their Berea home in July 2019.  When Loretta Williams filed for divorce in May 2020 against the man she appears to want out of her life, the papers were mailed to the home of his children’s mother.

Despite Williams “honest guy” portrayal, he’s been lying to his wife and perhaps Flores as he created another family outside his marriage.  A source who knows Flores accused him of manipulating them both.

Attorney and Director of Public Safety Karrie Howard’s use of the 1974 civil rights ordinance George Forbes led city council to enact has not in the past been used by city prosecutors to protect the city’s residents from police civil rights violations. Cop crimes have unlawfully been treated as “administrative offenses.” That’s “conspiracy” to violate rights under the color of law. Violations of Title 18 USC 241 and 242. Howard as Mayor Frank Jackson’s new safety director used the 1974 ordinance recently.  Howard should engrain R.C. 737.11 into the consciousness of the city’s police department. The word “obey” all the laws of the United States and the state comes before “enforce.” Mayor Frank Jackson didn’t know the law existed until I showed it to him on my cell phone in his office. When I met Calvin Williams in city hall for the first time, he had no idea R.C. 2935.03 required legislative authorities of municipal corporations to enter “warrantless pursuit” agreements. East Cleveland Councilwoman Juanita Gowdy confirmed with Kevin Kelley that there’s no agreement between Cleveland and East Cleveland. The East Cleveland cops who entered Cleveland and killed a child two days ago should have been arrested.  The problem with unconstitutional policing begins at the top.  Calvin’s been doing what he wants like a crime boss.  The job you hold Karrie was once held by Elliot “Untouchables” Ness.  His great-grandson works for the county.

If Jackson’s “thief of police” lies to the women who love him the public doesn’t have a chance.  Neither does a lawyer seeking truthful answers from him in a criminal or civil trial.

Below is the statute Jackson’s chief prosecuting attorney, Barbara Langhenry, is not going to enforce.  I don’t expect to see safety director Karrie Howard referring Williams for criminal charges or pressuring him to resign.  Maybe he’ll suprise me.

If Williams cheats he lies.  If he’ll cheat he’ll steal.  Cleveland city hall is all out of biblical control.  No one’s following any laws or commandments.

2921.42 Having an unlawful interest in a public contract.

(A) No public official shall knowingly do any of the following:

(1) Authorize, or employ the authority or influence of the public official’s office to secure authorization of any public contract in which the public official, a member of the public official’s family, or any of the public official’s business associates has an interest;

(2) Authorize, or employ the authority or influence of the public official’s office to secure the investment of public funds in any share, bond, mortgage, or other security, with respect to which the public official, a member of the public official’s family, or any of the public official’s business associates either has an interest, is an underwriter, or receives any brokerage, origination, or servicing fees;

(3) During the public official’s term of office or within one year thereafter, occupy any position of profit in the prosecution of a public contract authorized by the public official or by a legislative body, commission, or board of which the public official was a member at the time of authorization, unless the contract was let by competitive bidding to the lowest and best bidder;

(4) Have an interest in the profits or benefits of a public contract entered into by or for the use of the political subdivision or governmental agency or instrumentality with which the public official is connected;

(5) Have an interest in the profits or benefits of a public contract that is not let by competitive bidding if required by law and that involves more than one hundred fifty dollars.

(B) In the absence of bribery or a purpose to defraud, a public official, member of a public official’s family, or any of a public official’s business associates shall not be considered as having an interest in a public contract or the investment of public funds, if all of the following apply:

(1) The interest of that person is limited to owning or controlling shares of the corporation, or being a creditor of the corporation or other organization, that is the contractor on the public contract involved, or that is the issuer of the security in which public funds are invested;

(2) The shares owned or controlled by that person do not exceed five per cent of the outstanding shares of the corporation, and the amount due that person as creditor does not exceed five per cent of the total indebtedness of the corporation or other organization;

(3) That person, prior to the time the public contract is entered into, files with the political subdivision or governmental agency or instrumentality involved, an affidavit giving that person’s exact status in connection with the corporation or other organization.

(C) This section does not apply to a public contract in which a public official, member of a public official’s family, or one of a public official’s business associates has an interest, when all of the following apply:

(1) The subject of the public contract is necessary supplies or services for the political subdivision or governmental agency or instrumentality involved;

(2) The supplies or services are unobtainable elsewhere for the same or lower cost, or are being furnished to the political subdivision or governmental agency or instrumentality as part of a continuing course of dealing established prior to the public official’s becoming associated with the political subdivision or governmental agency or instrumentality involved;

(3) The treatment accorded the political subdivision or governmental agency or instrumentality is either preferential to or the same as that accorded other customers or clients in similar transactions;

(4) The entire transaction is conducted at arm’s length, with full knowledge by the political subdivision or governmental agency or instrumentality involved, of the interest of the public official, member of the public official’s family, or business associate, and the public official takes no part in the deliberations or decision of the political subdivision or governmental agency or instrumentality with respect to the public contract.

(D) Division (A)(4) of this section does not prohibit participation by a public employee in any housing program funded by public moneys if the public employee otherwise qualifies for the program and does not use the authority or influence of the public employee’s office or employment to secure benefits from the program and if the moneys are to be used on the primary residence of the public employee. Such participation does not constitute an unlawful interest in a public contract in violation of this section.

(E) Whoever violates this section is guilty of having an unlawful interest in a public contract. Violation of division (A)(1) or (2) of this section is a felony of the fourth degree. Violation of division (A)(3), (4), or (5) of this section is a misdemeanor of the first degree.

(F) It is not a violation of this section for a prosecuting attorney to appoint assistants and employees in accordance with sections 309.06 and 2921.421 of the Revised Code, for a chief legal officer of a municipal corporation or an official designated as prosecutor in a municipal corporation to appoint assistants and employees in accordance with sections 733.621 and 2921.421 of the Revised Code, or for a township law director appointed under section 504.15 of the Revised Code to appoint assistants and employees in accordance with sections 504.151 and 2921.421 of the Revised Code.

(G) This section does not apply to a public contract in which a township trustee in a township with a population of five thousand or less in its unincorporated area, a member of the township trustee’s family, or one of the township trustee’s business associates has an interest, if all of the following apply:

(1) The subject of the public contract is necessary supplies or services for the township and the amount of the contract is less than five thousand dollars per year;

(2) The supplies or services are being furnished to the township as part of a continuing course of dealing established before the township trustee held that office with the township;

(3) The treatment accorded the township is either preferential to or the same as that accorded other customers or clients in similar transactions;

(4) The entire transaction is conducted with full knowledge by the township of the interest of the township trustee, member of the township trustee’s family, or the township trustee’s business associate.

(H) Any public contract in which a public official, a member of the public official’s family, or any of the public official’s business associates has an interest in violation of this section is void and unenforceable. Any contract securing the investment of public funds in which a public official, a member of the public official’s family, or any of the public official’s business associates has an interest, is an underwriter, or receives any brokerage, origination, or servicing fees and that was entered into in violation of this section is void and unenforceable.

(I) As used in this section:

(1) “Public contract” means any of the following:

(a) The purchase or acquisition, or a contract for the purchase or acquisition, of property or services by or for the use of the state, any of its political subdivisions, or any agency or instrumentality of either, including the employment of an individual by the state, any of its political subdivisions, or any agency or instrumentality of either;

(b) A contract for the design, construction, alteration, repair, or maintenance of any public property.

(2) “Chief legal officer” has the same meaning as in section 733.621 of the Revised Code.

Effective Date: 06-23-1994; 2007 HB119 09-29-2007.

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