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Dominique Anne Yancey #132459

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Dominique Anne Yancey #132459

License Status:  Inactive 

Address: 1302 Lexington Ln, Tuscaloosa, AL 35406-2700

Phone: Not Available  |  Fax: Not Available

Email: Not Available  |  Website: Not Available

License Status, Disciplinary and Administrative History

All changes of license status due to nondisciplinary administrative matters and disciplinary actions.

DateLicense Status Discipline Administrative Action 
12/11/1987Admitted to the State Bar of California

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Foster Family Agencies - Contra Costa Baby Snatchers

Contra Costa Kidnapping Network

Contra Costa Kidnapping Network

The secrets of Contra Costa District Attorney and Contra Costa Sheriff linked to a long run of witness murders in the courts, streets, officers down.
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Foster Family Agencies

County placement agencies use licensed private Foster Family Agencies (FFAs) for the placement of children who require more intensive care as an alternative to group homes. By statute, FFAs are organized and operated on a non-profit basis and are engaged in the following activities: recruiting, certifying, and training foster parents, providing professional support to foster parents, and finding homes or other temporary or permanent placements for children who require more intensive care.
There are two types of FFA programs, "treatment foster care," and "nontreatment foster care." An agency providing treatment service to a child has determined that the child has service needs which: cannot be provided in an available family home, may require group home placement if the child was not referred to an FFA, and can be met by the program offered by the FFA to which the child is being referred. In contrast, a FFA providing nontreatment services certifies a home for placement of a child pending the adoption of the child by that family.

The "nontreatment" FFA does not provide treatment services. It provides for a child's basic needs and may provide specialized care services in a "certified" family home if the following conditions are met: the placement agency has determined that the child has care needs greater than those of a normal foster child; and the placement county has a specialized care system. The California Department of Social Services (CDSS) has statutory responsibility for developing, implementing, and maintaining a rate setting system for FFAs receiving AFDC-FC funds.
The AFDC-FC rates vary by age group. For the purpose of determining FFA rates, CDSS regulations specify the purposes, types and services of FFAs. Currently, CDSS sets AFDC-FC rates for approximately 220 FFAs as of January 2015. The rates are organized into five age groupings and are established according to two different rate structures. The two FFA rate structures are designed to accommodate services provided under the two program types: Treatment and Nontreatment programs.

A list of AFDC-FC FFA rates is available on the Foster Care Rate Setting web page. Information regarding AFDC-FC FFA audits and rates is available on the Foster Care Audits and Rates Branch web page.

For Additional Information:

Foster Care Rates Bureau
744 P Street, MS 8-11-38
Sacramento, CA 95814
(916) 651-9152


The Northern California Family Center



The Northern California Family Center is a non-profit, licensed Foster Family Agency that has been serving the needs of youth and families for over 38 years. Our staff are dedicated professionals on-call 24 hours a day to provide experienced clinical care and assessment for a wide range of personal and family problems.



The Northern California Family Center works with youth, who have run away, have been kicked out, are truant, are out of parental control, or homeless. We provide four services: 

  • Outreach/Safe Place
  • Short-term shelter for youth
  • Family Mediation
  • Follow-up counseling

We also provide assistance with emancipation and referrals for youth employment. There is no charge for a youth to come into shelter. Our shelter is available for youth up to and including 17 years of age and accessible through our Martinez office.



CALL 800-718-4357

Youth can also access our services through the Safe Place Program.  Anywhere this logo is displayed; a youth can walk in and request assistance. Look to the Contra Costa Fire DistrictYMCAYWCA, County Connection and other local service providers for this logo.



The Northern California Family Center counselors work with the youth and their families for reunification, or to develop a mutually agreed upon (sometimes alternative) stable living arrangement.  Choices can include agreements to:

  • Live at Home
  • Live with Extended Family
  • Live with Friends of the Family
  • Enroll in Job Corps
  • Apply for Work & Emancipation
  • Combinations of these
  • Transfer Guardianship

 The Mediation Agreement is usually written and signed. Those who come to short-term shelter are eligible for two free mediation sessions.  All others will be charged on a sliding scale. 



As the youth’s living situation is stabilized, there is often a need for the family to learn new and different ways to discuss their feelings and resolve conflicts.  We can forward the written Mediation Agreement to the current therapists.  We will continue to see those who seek counseling: on a sliding scale.  We will also refer families and youth to other providers, who may be geographically closer to the family.


“My parents and I got to the point that we were so angry we just couldn’t talk; so I ran away.  My counselor at school gave me Northern California Family Center’s number…” Runaway, age 14.

“I’ve never really been able to talk much with my dad.  The Northern California Family Center counselors helped me sit down and talk about my feelings without getting angry.”  Runaway, age 16.



We are located at

2244 Pacheco Blvd.Martinez.  Go north on Highway 680   2 ½ miles past Highway 4 and then take the Pacheco Blvd. Exit 54.  Go another

and 2/10 miles.  We are on the left (south) side of the street next to the Cinco De Mayo restaurant. Going south on 680 take Marina Vista Exit 56. Turn left on Marina Vista, Left on Shell Ave. then right on Pacheco Blvd.



The Contra Costa Fire Protection District

The County Connection Bus Lines

The Contra Costa Crisis Center

Contra Costa County Mental Health Services

Contra CostaCounty Employment and Human      Services Department

The Contra CostaCounty Office of Education, Youth Development Services

Contra CostaCounty Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Commission

County of Contra Costa Office of Sheriff

The Contra Costa Probation Department

The Contra Costa Public Health Homeless Program

The Antioch Police Department

The Concord Police Department

The Martinez Police Department

The Pittsburg Police Department

The Richmond Police Department

The Pleasant Hill Police Department

The National Runaway Safeline


National Safe PlaceProgram

Shelter Inc.

The Solano County Health and Social Services Department

BayPoint Family Health Center

The Vallejo Fire District

The YMCA of Mt. Diablo



Dept of Health and Human Services

 Administration for Children and Families

 Runaway and Homeless Youth Program

The Thomas J Long Foundation

The John Burton Foundation

The Five Bridges Foundation

The Union Bank of California Foundation


The Impossible Connections - Victims posted in 2017

The Impossible Connections

Pete Bennett is very good at meeting people. He tried to run for office in Walnut Creek - six weeks later relatives of his family and high school friends murdered.

When Pete Bennett files claims via Public Law they either beat the hell out of him, shoot his witnesses dead or kill his attorney. It's true you have to understand the connections

  • Jineva Driscoll June 2005 Walnut Creek / Sonoma (2)
  • Emery Strack - Sept 2014 / Springville UT (5) /
  • Gavin Buchanan June 2017 - Father General Contractor / El Dorado County (3)
  • Sara Hoda GhostShip Fire Oakland CA (38)

The Federal Court Monitor 

According to PG&E Proceedings a Federal Monitor from Kirkland 

When Pete Bennett files claims via Public Law they either beat the hell out of him, shoot his witnesses dead or kill his attorney. It's true you have to understand the connections

  • Jineva Driscoll June 2005 Walnut Creek / Sonoma (2)
  • Emery Strack - Sept 2014 / Springville UT (5) /
  • Gavin Buchanan June 2017 - Father General Contractor / El Dorado County (3)
  • Sara Hoda GhostShip Fire Oakland CA (38)

Thieves connected to Federal Reserve

Pete Bennett was contracted to SBCGlobal during 9/11 in September 2001. Originally his 9 a.m. meeting on 9/11 was postponed because the planes hit the building before he left the house possibly slightly out time with the rest of the story came in a week later and told management he had a virus one that was destroying computers around the world but nobody knew what it was.

Bennett also noted with management but ignored was his group policy object was completely incorrect where he was seeing upwards of two to three thousand servers after a couple of hours of being log on they begin to propagate.

The key to exploiting millions of servers was using a traversal exploit involving internet information server and a well known to the CIA later Exposed on WikiLeaks.

The most probable developer is or was someone close to the CIA.

To support it Bennett also knows CIA director Uber cost from Sanibel Island long before he was a Director of National Intelligence.

The linkage between district attorney Mark Peterson this is Mormon brother Michael Peterson, police officers arrested in the Scandal links to the Peterson Family Trust and the connections between that lead into SBCGlobal in San Ramon California who managed to get Bennett entangled in a murder investigation involving the Downing of World Trade Centers and the controlled demolition of Building 7.

Since fanwick suit Southern Pacific The Logical transition of Southern Pacific became Enron Corporation and then became Kinder Morgan.

Think of these people as the masters of disaster and mass casualties where they set things up people end up getting killed some cases by the boatload.

 everyone around these companies had a vested interest where Enron Corporation would not be indicted so the third building is the truth of poop 911 and the main two buildings are linked to helping Larry Silverstein volume down two buildings and get paid for terrorism insurance.

The one in the trillion odds that it wouldn't happen but yet it did leads to attorneys in San Ramon California and there are murders next to the those attorneys and those attorneys are near my murders so therefore I throw you in the same bucket hope that you rot in jail.


US Attorney as witness in Bennett versus Southern Pacific

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This could turn out to be the most interesting tangent of my story. McGregor Scott was a contra costa district attorney associate when a man bought fish was killed in 1997 he also traverses the murder of one of my Witnesses in 1989.

He also was around when Jason Amen Watts was killed in Walnut Creek by the Walnut Creek police in 1997.

The allegation was that Mr Watts stole a UPS truck or FedEx truck filled with Christmas gifts and that he was a suspect in another case thus alleging he was a suspect that was armed.

They said the same thing when they killed my employee 1982 and chief wentzel was in charge of the jail when my roommate committed suicide and magically told the investigators at the cameras were broken that day.⁸

I am getting restraining orders on officers soon as the courts get active again and one of the core reasons is Wenzel has been following me not to consistently but I seen him in the same Burger King or downtown area.

When crogan's bouncer Robbie Smith was killed by a Clayton police car he tried to say we ran over a dead body what he saw was the murder of Courtney Brown on Locust Street in Walnut Creek.

 I spend a great deal of time on the backgrounds of attorneys and their careers.

This discovery potentially one of the best as mr. Scott was Deputy district attorney of Contra Costa County when Floyd Brown jr. Witness in the matter of Bennett versus Southern Pacific was murdered in 1989.

 even better he would easily know County counsel Sharon Anderson and Kevin Lally each of them litigated with Southern Pacific when my witness was killed.


McGregor W. Scott

McGregor "Greg" William Scott (born 1962) is an American lawyer who currently serves as the United States Attorney for the United States District Court for the Eastern District of California. He was most recently sworn in as a court-appointed U.S. Attorney on December 29, 2017, after previously serving in the position from 2003 to 2009 during the administration of George W. Bush. In November 2017, he was appointed by President Donald Trump to a four-year term as U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of California. He was confirmed by a voice vote of the United States Senate on March 7, 2018.[4] Prior to assuming his current role, Scott was a partner in the Sacramento office of Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe, where his practice focused on white collar criminal defense and corporate investigations. In 2008, he retired from the United States Army Reserve as a lieutenant colonel after 23 years of service.[5]
McGregor W. Scott
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United States Attorney for the Eastern District of California
Assumed office
December 29, 2017
PresidentDonald Trump
Preceded byPhillip Talbert
In office
PresidentGeorge W. Bush
Preceded byPaul L. Seave[1]
Succeeded byBenjamin B. Wagner[2]
District Attorney of Shasta County
In office
Preceded byDennis J. Sheehy[3]
Succeeded byGerald C. Benito
Personal details
Born1962 (age 57–58)
Mountain ViewCalifornia, U.S.
Political partyRepublican
EducationSanta Clara University, (B.A.)
University of California, Hastings College of the Law, (J.D.)

Education and early careerEdit

He received his Bachelor of Arts from Santa Clara University and his Juris Doctor from the University of California, Hastings College of the Law. Scott served as the elected district attorney of Shasta County from 1997 to 2003 and as deputy district attorney in Contra Costa County from 1989 to 1997.[5 As district attorney for Shasta County, Scott oversaw the prosecution of brothers Benjamin Matthew Williams and James Tyler Williams, who killed a gay couple and set fire to three synagogues and an abortion clinic.[6]

Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe

U.S. AttorneyEdit

In his current stint as U.S. Attorney, Scott is expected to play an important enforcement role in California's emerging legal cannabis market. During his previous tenure, Scott's office prosecuted a number of mortgage fraud cases during the financial crisis of 2008, won a $102 million settlement with Union Pacific Railroad over allegations that railroad workers sparked a large wildfire, and prosecuted Hamid and Umer Hayat for allegedly providing material support for terrorism and lying about it to the Federal Bureau of Investigation.[7] At the time of the $102 million settlement with Union Pacific Railroad, it was the largest civil settlement in the district's history. He subsequently encouraged the United States Department of Justice to create a program to pursue damages against companies that start fires that damage federal forests. Scott also served on an advisory committee that offered counsel to United States Attorneys General John Ashcroft and Alberto Gonzales.[6]
The editorial board of The Sacramento Bee endorsed Scott's most recent nomination to become U.S. Attorney, writing "Trump could not have found a more qualified chief federal prosecutor for the sprawling district."[8]


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