Officer Jones reviews all the evidence and decides to get a warrant. Today is 22 September and a check of Foxs bank accounts show deposits in cash weekly from $1000 to $5000. Mr. Fox does not appear to have other employment as confirmed by the State Unemployment Office. Mr. Fox gets from the State $1500 a month which matches deposits made into Mr. Foxs account.
PO Robles stated that after the finalization of his divorce he went to the 103rd Precinct to file a complaint regarding a fraudulent check. The check in question was a GHI Health Insurance check #3606696 in the amount of $698.00 that was issued in the order of [PO] Mr. Albert Robles Jr. He stated that the check was issued by GHI for a medical treatment that was performed on him by an anesthesiologist. PO Robles alleges that the check was sent to his former address, which is currently the residence of his ex-wife, SPAA Robles. PO Robles stated that the check was cashed on August 5, 2015 and he became aware of it [late January, early February] when he was notified by the anesthesiologist that he had a balance of $698.00 that was due. He further stated that the anesthesiologist informed him that the check was issued and it was officially cash. PO Robles stated that he had a conference call with the anesthesiologist and GHI, which in turn confirmed that the check was issued on July 27, 2015 and cashed on August 5, 2015. PO Robles stated that he is unaware where the check was cashed by he assumes that
On 08/17/2016, I spoke with Elsie Garcia in the District II Lobby of the Pasco Sheriff`s Office in reference to fraudulent use of her personal identification. A Credit One Bank credit card account number 4707930511043438 was opened in her name without her knowledge or permission.
On 06-05-17 at approximately 1947 hours, Officer Austin #0551 and I were dispatched to 300 E. Colorado Boulevard #140 regarding counterfeit bills being used at the location. Upon our arrival, I met with Witness Kimberly Annette Lucas, who told me the following information in summary:
On 1/13/17 at 0928 hours my partner, Officer Thebeau #8402 and I, Officer Harrell #3441, were working uniformed patrol unit 1A21. We received a radio call of possible forgery at 559 MacDonald St.
Upon arrival I made contact with Gomez, Chery S. DOB 12/30/90, who related that she was involved in a verbal and physical confrontation with her neighbors. Chery further related that she borrowed her neighbor (Navarrete, Maria D. DOB 07/02/66) $30.00 USC sometime in September and has not been paid back. Chery related that Maria came to her in September and stated that she needed money ($100.00) to take her grandson to the hospital, but Chery only had $30.00 on her at the time. Chery further related that she did not want to make a big deal because it was a small amount of money. Chery related that she found out that Maria spent the money crack and this is the reason she wanted to collect the debt.
On February 7, 2014, Solomon withdrew $8,100, and subsequently requested a Cashier’s Check for $8,000 which was addressed to The Department of Homeland Security. On February 24, 2014, Solomon withdrew $12,195.40 and had a Cashier’s Check for $12,195.40 sent to BSI Financial Services, Inc. While the $8,100 payment is not yet confirmed as Gelnesidar’s, a reasonable inference can be made that this money was for an immigration matter in which she was involved, and Solomon was her counsel. Due to a felony criminal conviction, Gelnesidar did not have permission to re-enter the United States after a trip to Dominican Republic, and on December 9, 2013, she was taken into custody when re-entering the United States. We know that she was no longer being held as of February 26, 2014, because she was able to be present for a probate hearing regarding her divorce. I believe it is reasonable to conclude that the $8,000 to Homeland Security was for Gelnesidar’s bail, as it appears that Solomon rarely, if ever, provides such a large sum of money to Homeland Security for a regular immigration case. In reference to the $12,195.40 provided to BSI Financial, we were able to conclude that this cashier’s check was on Gelnesidar’s behalf. BSI Financial was the name of her mortgage holder at the time, and the $12,195.40 was a lump sum for payments she had failed to make on the mortgage. During the course of the investigation, I received a recording of the probate hearing held on February 26, 2014, and can confirm that there is discussion about Gelnesidar making the mortgage on the home current, the sum of $12,195.40 makes sense given the monthly mortgage payments discussed and the fact that Gelnesidar was about a year behind in
Upon arrival I made contact with the victim, Seymour Owens. Owens advised he had received a letter in the mail a few days prior stating he had won the lottery. The letter stated Owens had won $250,000.00 and all he needed to collect his winnings was to pay the tax from his winnings and the money would release the funds to him. At approximately 0600 hours, he went to Walmart located at 174 Cypress Point Pkwy, Palm Coast as the letter instructed. Owens proceeded to purchase 5 $100.00 ITunes gift cards with his credit card. Immediately after the purchase Owens threw away the letter he had received as well as the receipts for
Any Kind Checks Cashed, Inc. was a holder in due course in its case v. Talcott. In this case and elderly gentleman John C. Talcott, who was defrauded the sum total of $15,700 in the form of two checks, $10,000 and $5,700 respectively. Both checks were issued to D. J. Rivera and were later cashed at Any Kind Checks, Inc. by Salvatore Guarino. Talcott stopped payment on both checks after the initial check was an over payment and the second was discovered be conceived by fraud. Both checks were returned to Any Kind Checks Cashed, Inc. Any Kind Checks, Inc. brought suit against Talcott and Salvatore Guarino (Twomey & Jennings, 594-597).
I made contact with the driver (Stanciel, Conswella N. DOB 06/19/86), who related that she did not possess a driver's license. Conswella was checked through LEADS via dispatch, which revealed a no valid driver's license and she was clear with no wants or warrants. She was unable to provide insurance for the vehicle. There was a passenger in the vehicle, who was identified as (Edwards, Shekida D. DOB 07/24/86), she was checked through LEADS, which revealed that she was valid with no wants or warrants. The vehicle was released to Shekida.
* Photocopies of fronts of two checks payable to Lisa (for $61.00 and 478.29) but the canceled checks were not able to be located or find evidence that it cleared IBC’s bank account. (508)
I was provided with a copy of the applicant’s California identification card. The applicant testified that she does not drive and was dropped off at the deposition by her husband. The applicant’s California identification card list her full name as Guadalupe E. Ramirez De Ramirez. The applicant’s address is listed as PO Box 804, Gault, CA 95632. However, the applicant testified that the 3355 E. Ryer Rd. Walnut Grove, CA 95690 address was her correct address.
On 11-25-16 at 1235 hours, Officer Calderon #2037 and I were dispatched to 1604 N Arroyo Boulevard regarding an attempt petty theft investigation. Upon our arrival, we met with Witness Michael Robert Trujillo, who is the resident at the above location. Trujillo told me the following information in summary:
“And it just amazing to see their faces light up because of something as seemingly simple as holding a crayon for the first time,” Shelia Michail Morovati had a dream to make this world become a little better with no cost. She started off at a restaurant with her daughter and noticed that the free crayons they left behind were being swept in the trash. she was surprised by how much they waste the crayons so she approached managers in her hometown Los Angeles, asking if they would be willing to collected the used crayons. After that, she tried her hardest to reach out the schools to see if they would arrange to pick up crayons. She got a yes! Shelia began to build her organization even bigger into countries such as Hong Kong, Beijing, and Australia.