Bryan Bybee Branches Out

Let’s say you are in the market for a realtor – one who may be willing to bring a certain, um, shall we say, pugnacious flavor to your real estate negotiations. FFFF may be able to help!

Here’s the real estate promo for one Bryan Bybee, a Fullerton cop who’s looking to make a little extra cash moonlighting in the real estate business:

We’ll close this deal. Or else.

So who is Mr. Bybee, you may ask? We originally introduced the Friends to this gentleman, after he rammed his police vehicle into a guy on a bike. Bybee’s name also figured prominently in a very expensive lawsuit brought by the Ortiz brothers, Luiz and Antonio,  against the City. They alleged (and alleged successfully, it seems) that Bybee and a few of his FPD cohorts beat them up for no apparent reason, threw them in the Fullerton lock-up, and charged them with fictitious crimes – charges that were eventually rejected by a jury and dropped by the DA. That fun-filled episode cost us Fullerton taxpayers a tidy $280,000.

Anyhow, like I said, Bryan’s just looking to make some extra dough on the side, so let’s give a brotha’ a break, right? If you’re looking for “boutique” real estate services and someone to bring a special brand of negotiating talent to the table, Bryan may be just be the fella to meet your needs.


  1. #1 by Johnny Donut on September 22, 2017

    These cops tell us they work so hard every day, but somehow half of them are running a completely different business on the side. Heroes my ass.

    • #2 by Inside the FPD on September 22, 2017

      I’ve heard “boutique” real estate is being run out of the FPD station on company time.

  2. #3 by What's Wrong With This Picture? on September 22, 2017

    News flash Bryan. Slidebar is NOT one of the “best restaurants.”

    • #4 by Curious on September 23, 2017

      It is when you’re eating and drinking on the house. Ha!

  3. #5 by Just Off Euclid on September 22, 2017

    I feel real bad for Bowser, I really do.

  4. #6 by The Wide Blue Waistband on September 22, 2017

    You forgot to mention that the Tovar incident only cost us $20,000. A real bargain!

  5. #7 by Inside the Snow Globe with Little Joe on September 23, 2017

    Man’s gotta make a living when he can’t beat people up under color of authority anymore.

    BTW, the Earth is flat.

  6. #8 by LASD Deputy Bybee on September 27, 2017

    Don’t forget his mischievous behavior at the LA sheriffs dept before transferring to FPD(thanks to his dad). Nepotism?-na, move along…… look for me driving eastbound on Commonwealth Ave drunk on my way home… smh

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