On August 24, 2015 at approximately 6:40 pm. Officer responded to shots fird complaint in the North Mclemore and Lark Street area. Officer loacated two subjects that had been shot and two otheer subjects uninjured.One subject (Cedrick Person) had been fatally wounded from multiple gun shots. The other injured subject was his son (Marquis Person) had what appeared to be a single gunshot wound in the shoulder area. The shooting stemed from an altercation that occurred earilier that same day. After further investigationg the case, investigaters learned that Lakendrick Deberry was possibly the shooter in this incident. Arrest warrats were issued for Lakendrick Deberry for !st Degree Homicide, Attempted !st Degree Homicide and possessing a firearm
The possible physical abuse section includes the assessment of bruising that appeared on several places on the patient’s body including right periorbital area and right maxilla along with swelling, redness and warmth. There was
Individuals involved in this case include: Kim Magnum who’s 30 years of age, has a high school education and has been accused for a robbery exceeding the limit of $5,000. He has a criminal history of robbing stores at gun point but states that he has changed for the better. Magnum has a fiancée, Leslie Creemore. S/he is also the age of 30, has a school education and no criminal record. She also states that “she will do anything for Magnum.” Furthermore, Jay Cashman is a teller at the Yourtown Bank of Commerce, s/he is the witness in this case and was allegedly held at gunpoint by the robber, and had to testify against the robber who stole the money. Cashman has finished high school, has been a teller for the last 5 years and is known as a valued employee with no criminal record. Lastly, a constable working at the Yourtown Police Service named Marlowe Gumshore is also marginally involved in this case. This is because he had conducted a search against the robber. He went to police college in Aylmer
At approximately 5:28 p.m., I arrived on scene and was briefed by Officer Nicholson. I was provided with the name of the victim Amanda Holmes (white, female DOB 10/17/1982). Officer Nicholson advised me that the victim was last seen by her roommate at approximately 12:00 a.m. I then spoke to the roommate to obtain consent to process the residence.
When paramedics arrived they stated that 3 month old Julian was in cardiac arrest and not breathing. Under all the circumstances they had to continue to perform CPR and was giving oxygen before being rushed to the Royal Bournemouth hospital. Julian was diagnosed with severe head injuries, as well as some fractured collarbone and ribs. He was then transferred to Southampton General Pediatric Intensive Care Unit where he then died at 5:10am even with all the efforts of the medical staff. Robert Hinz was later convicted and charged for the murder of his son. He did a foolish thing that changed his family forever because of his alcoholic rage. This is only one of many things that can happen if you are under the influence of alcohol and/or liquor.
F.C. is a 54-year-old man with a history of chronic heavy alcohol use. He has frequent bouts of gastrointestinal bleeding for which he has been hospitalized on six separate occasions over the years. He continues to drink and exhibits most of the common manifestations of alcoholic cirrhosis. He was recently hit by a car and was hospitalized for a broken leg. He appeared to be under the influence of alcohol at the time of the accident and had a blood alcohol level of 0.18. F.C.’s family reports that his mental functioning has deteriorated significantly over the past few months.
Nubia, the main witness in this case calls Nashua, New Hampshire police department to report the case after seeing Perry, standing next to a parked car near her apartment. After responding to her call, law enforcement officers request her to point out the suspect and she positively identifies Perry. Following her identification, Perry is arrested and brought for trials at the state's local court.
In Summary: On 08/25/2016 at 2000 hours, R/o's were dispatched to St. Anthony Hospital (2875 W 19th St, Chicago, IL 60623) in regards to a battery victim with a broken jaw that was in room number 387. Upon arrival, R/o's spoke with the victim Veraza, Rafael (M/W DOB 04/16/2000), along with his mother and father on scene.
I arrived on scene at approximately 02:11 hours. I approached the front door and the victim, Hollie J. McIntosh (F/W, DOB: 07/26/1988) opened the door and let me inside. I inquired with McIntosh what happened. McIntosh stated she was shoved and choked by her boyfriend, James Dean Carvell (M/W, DOB: 01/25/1988). I observed a red mark on McIntosh’s neck. McIntosh advised Carvell was in the bedroom. McIntosh pointed to the bedroom. I entered the bedroom. Carvell was lying
To explain the crime, the criminal involved in the crime tricked the woman into getting in her car by impersonating a parking attendant. He stole the woman’s purse and car keys and drove off with the woman’s vehicle. During the carjacking, the man tried to attack the woman with a screwdriver which resulted in the criminal being stabbed. (“Antonio Beaver”). The victim gave a very vague description of the criminal, mentioning that he was african american, was wearing a baseball cap, was 5’10, had crooked teeth, and had facial hair.
On Saturday 12/16/17 at 1304 hours I was dispatch to a physical domestic at the
Castillo kept acting in belligerent manner and stating that he was going to leave. I, Steven Evans then spoke to him about the fact that he appeared to be intoxicated and that he could not leave at this time. I reiterated to him that any attempts at leaving would not work and he could possibly end up being restrained by medical staff with Security assistance. The patient did not like what I said to him, so he threatened to leave and then proceeded to step out of his room. Security Officer Alonso and I asked him twice to go back to his bed, at which time he became unreceptive and refusing to go back to his room. Officer Alonso and I had to physically and forcefully direct him back to his bed. Once on the bed, he became physically aggressive and attempted to hit Officer Alonso. We instantly took control of the patient's arms and upper body while Security Officers Paz and Weiland controlled his legs as he kept screaming and fighting with us. Nurse Baptiste proceeded to contact the patient's Doctor Cleveland so that a sedative could be given to him. At 0020 hours Nurse Baptiste walked into the room to administer a sedative to Mr. Castillo. The patient fervently refused and Security had to physically hold the patient down during the
I responded to Troy Regional Medical Center in reference to a assault call. Upon arrival I made contact with Ponders, R'reiion and Rahgquan. Rahgquan and R'reiion advised that they were both victims of the same incident.
Shortly after, Det. Russo arrived on scene and viewed the video surveillance. Det. Russo was unable to positively identify either the suspect or female that was with him. Allen advised me that the suspect had some facial