Topic: “Long Term Missing: The McStay Family Homicides”
Description: The long term missing case of the McStay family who disappeared from their family home in February of 2010. Their bodies were discovered on November 13, 2013 in the desert near Victorville, California.
Britt Imes, is a Supervising Deputy District Attorney for the San Bernardino County District Attorney’s Office.
He is a 1994 Graduate of Univ. of Calif. Santa Cruz and a 1997 graduate of University of the Pacific — McGeorge School of Law.
Britt has been with the District Attorney’s Office since 1998 and has been assigned to offices in Barstow, Big Bear, San Bernardino and Victorville. He has worked in several specialized units including Mentally Disordered Offenders, Narcotics, Juvenile and Gangs. He was the lead of the Gang Unit in the Desert Division for 4 years before being promoted to Supervisor in 2010. He currently supervises a felony trial staff, is the office’s Capital Litigation Coordinator and continues to engage in trial work including death penalty cases.
Britt is a regular instructor for the California District Attorneys Association, The National District Attorneys Association, law enforcement agencies, law enforcement associations and community organizations on a national basis concerning a variety of topics including trial advocacy, gang violence and prosecutions, evidence, and ethics. He has also been published in professional journals on those issues.
He is a past member of the CDAA Board of Directors.
He is a two-time recipient of the International Footprinters Top Cop Award. He was the recipient of IOMGIA’s Investigation of the Year Award for the 2006 ATF Vago Operation.
Britt was featured on the History Channel show Gangland for his prosecution of Vagos gang members. He is a regular contributor to various news outlets on gangs and prosecutions.
He was responsible for dismantling the entire East Side Victoria gang, by obtaining a 73-defendant indictment via grand jury proceedings and filed the largest case in San Bernardino County history.