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You hid behind the badge, behind God and all your volunteer work,” she said.

“But all of that was a front to hide your true evil — a child predator, a child molester.” Seven months ago, the family’s life imploded with revelations of the molestation involving two young girls.

The room had plenty of new amenities (including TV, Fridge, Microwave), but the bathroom was really small & the shower had very low water pressure.. Waffles, fluffy eggs, sausage, bacon, and many more options.

The room needed to be badly painted, especially the inside & outside of the room doors & there was just an unclean & rundown feeling thru-out the whole place. Wi-fi works great, cable is good.`The location is just on the northern edge of town, but everything in Lompoc is pretty close in a personal car or a - uber.

Jetty is also available for special occasions like private parties, banquets, corporate events and wedding receptions. The breakfast menu offers fresh orange juice, sausage links, eggs Benedict, omelettes, breakfast burritos, pancakes, waffles and several kinds of coffee, including French roast, Columbian, Guatemalan, espresso, cappuccino and decaf.

The city holds a Flower Festival every year, and the area is close to the Santa Rita Hills wine country.

Lompoc has many fine restaurants, and you can find everything from burgers to pasta to steaks and seafood in the city. The menu features locally-caught fish as well as chowder, calamari, shrimp cocktail, scampi, ahi steak and halibut.

Anthony “Tony” Durham Sr., 67, is sentenced to 45 years to life in state prison for multiple counts of child molestation during a Thursday hearing in Lompoc Superior Court where a victim’s mother called him “a vile monster.” (Janene Scully / Noozhawk photo) A former Lompoc community leader was called a “vile monster” Thursday morning in an emotional hearing where he was formally sentenced to at least 45 years in state prison for multiple child molestation charges.

Anthony “Tony” Durham Sr., 67, appeared in Santa Barbara County Superior Court in Lompoc weeks after pleading guilty to 17 charges.