On Thursday, July 14, 2016, at approximately 0847 hours, Patrolman David Stamets had a vehicle stopped on the 100 block of East Oak Street. Immediately after Stamets stopped the vehicle Your Affiant positioned his vehicle on the 100 block of South White Street near the Oak Street intersection facing southbound. When exiting my vehicle your Affiant observed a gold Pontiac sedan accelerating northbound on South White Street at an unsafe speed towards Stamets and your Affiant's location.
On 05/30/2015, at approximately 1816 hours, your affiant observed a silver Chevrolet Classic occupied by two males. The vehicle circled the block in a counterclockwise manner, repeating a portion of their route. During this time I located the owner of the vehicle utilizing a search through the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation. The registration indicated the plate belonged to another vehicle and registered to Brittney Fisher, who was not an occupant in the vehicle. I activated my emergency lights initiating a vehicle stop in the 100 block of West Washington Street and while stopping the vehicle I observed the passenger making furtive movements towards the center console.
I viewed video surveillance from LRHS camera #7.24 at approximately 3:04 p.m. and observed a Red pick-up while backing up strike the vehicle in question left rear back fender near the back tire. At approximately 3:05 p.m I observed the suspect getting out of the truck and walking up to the vehicle in question and kneeling down near the left rear area as if he was assessing the damage. At approximate 3:06 p.m. The unknown suspect backs up next the the vehicle in question get out of the Red
On 07/15/2015, at approximately 2305 hours, your Affiant was on routine patrol on Main Street (SR924) when I observed a silver Chrysler sedan parked in the One Hundred Block of South Main Street (westside of the street) near the intersection of Oak Street. The vehicle displayed a Pennsylvania registration of JRJ-5342. The registration was checked utilizing the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation vehicle record abstract which revealed that the license plate was assigned by the department to KYLE ROBERT & SARAH LYNN FOGARTY for a 1998 Chevrolet. I then verified the status of KYLE and SARAH FOGARTY'S driving licenses both of which were suspended by the Department of Transportation.
On August 27, 2015 at approximately 2154 hrs, I observed a gray 2005 Acura TL bearing NJ Reg# J61FHA was driving 69 mph on 55 mph zone on Route 1 north, made a passing on the right lane and change lane again to the middle lane. When the traffic light turned red on intersection between North Oaks Blvd and Route 1 north, I pull my patrol vehicle 558 next to the vehicle as a the vehicle was slowing for the traffic light and I observed interior light on with a driver who had his hand upon his ear and moving his mouth which made me believed that the driver was talking on his cell phone while driving. I positioned my patrol vehicle 558 behind the Acura TL, activated my overhead emergency lights and conducted motor vehicle stop.
1. OPERATION OF THE MOTOR VEHICLE On 02/11/2016 at 1436 hours, I was dispatched to Wawa (1060 Delsea Drive) for a report of an intoxicated male fumbling to unlock his blue Ford F-150 that was parked in the parking lot. Upon my arrival, I observed the vehicle in question leaving the parking lot traveling northbound on Delsea Drive. P/O Ziegler #5196 who arrived with me was able to conduct a motor vehicle stop on the above vehicle as I turned around in the parking lot of Wawa. After I arrived to the stop, P/O Ziegler and I approached the F-150 bearing NJ registration E80GFJ from the passenger side. As I requested the driver now identified as Shawn J. Hammell for his credentials, I observed his hands to be shaking and fumbling as he turned over his documents to me. I then ask Shawn if
On 10/28/2015, at approximately 0232 hours, Captain O'Neill and your Affiant observed a red Chrysler PT Cruiser (PA Registration JWA5451) traveling south on State Route 924. The operator of the vehicle was observed and identified as Dawn HERRING. HERRING'S driver's license was expired and suspended for driving under the influence; the information was verified through a certified Pennsylvania Department of Transportation record. HERRING was observed traveling under the posted speed limit and repeatedly swayed her vehicle throughout the lane. Your Affiants activated the emergency lights on the marked patrol vehicle and stopped HERRING at the entrance of the Transfer Station.
The vehicle then made a right turn onto Northbrook Dr, a right turn onto Gardendale and a left turn onto Woodlane. The vehicle turned left onto Landier Rd, headed south and turned left onto Southern Dr. The vehicle continued south, turned left onto Oxford Dr and turned left on University Dr. The vehicle then turned right onto Southern Dr, crossed Ladnier Rd into the College Park Elementary School's north entrance and drove into the grass behind the school. The vehicle then came to a stop in the northwest corner of the School's property. A black male exited the vehicle from the drivers side and a white female exited form the passenger. Both fled on foot towards West Park Dr. During the pursuit, the vehicle failed to stop at every intersection was traveling in excess of 50 MPH in a residential neighborhood.
On 06-10-17 at approximately 1821 hrs., Officer Bunton and I were advised Michael J. Renner was in a green vehicle at Dollar General, 714 S. Main St. I was aware Renner had an active warrant for being a parole absconder. As I responded to the location after Bunton
On 10-23-2015 at about 1933 hours I was dispatched to 12722 SE 312th ST, Auburn/King/WA, for the report of an a possible occupied stolen vehicle. Enroute dispatch advised the reporting party, Clinton Madewell, was reporting that he had noticed his brother's, David Seidler, stolen truck in the Auburn area. Madewell was reporting that he had followed the vehicle from Kent at SE 277th and HWY 18 to 12722 SE 312th ST, where it was now parked occupied with several persons in the vehicle. Furthermore, Madewell stated he had parked his vehicle across the street and was watching the vehicle. However, was unable to tell who was driving the vehicle.
While on patrol, I was heading northbound on North Three Notch Street. While traveling, I observed a burgundy Chevy Tahoe traveling southbound in the northbound side of traffic, approaching my patrol vehicle. To keep from being involed in a head on collision, I pulled my patrol vehicle into the Sunoco on North Three Notch Street. I then engaged my lights and siren and attempt to catch up to the violator vehicle. The Tahoe then pulled into the Piggly Wiggly parking lot and that was the final. I then identified the driver as William Anthony Thomas. I advised Thomas that he alost hit me head on and he stated, "I'm sorry, I am too fucked up." Thomas had an strong odor of an alcoholic beverage coming from his expelled breath. Thomas also had red glossy eyes. I then advised Thomas multiple times to step out of the vehicle to perform FST's. I noticed that Thomas had unsteady balance as he was waling to the back of the vehicle.
On 07/09/17 I contacted Sergeant Starks by telephone at shift change in reference to the daily pass on. Sergeant Starks advised that he was en-route to Deputy Hollis who had been exposed to OC Spray while on a traffic stop. I obtained his
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Multiple calls were made from multiple people for emergency personnel at around 3:39 pm. Two Hazle TownShip fire truck first arrived at 3:49 pm. At 3:53:49 pm one of Zeiner’s Tow trucking trucks arrived on site. At 3:57 pm arrived two more fire trucks, a fire and rescue pickup truck, Hazle Township EMS and two PA State Troopers. At 4:05 pm a two more Zeiner’s Tow Trucks arrived. At 4:06 pm the Hazle township Fire and Rescue team was able to get the driver out of the truck and be taken to the EMS to be checked. Yard Jockey Sean Barchik was taken in the EMS at 4:21 pm. All emergency response vehicles left the yard at 4:24 pm.