Every day, millions of people use social media to either converse with their peers or to post pictures. There has been much discussion on whether or not individuals should be prosecuted for rude statements made on social media. Individuals should not be prosecuted for derogative statements made on social media. Although some may say that prosecuting cyberbullies for statements made on social media is beneficial, it would have many negative consequences. Prosecuting individuals for statements made on the internet would discourage personal responsibility, be a violation of the first amendment, and squander tax payers' money.
On 2/16/18, at approximately 1941, I responded to 1241 Lake Lucerne Cir, Winter Springs, Seminole County in reference to a battery. Upon arrival I spoke to Michael Morris (victim-w/m 12/23/1977) and Heather Morris (witness w/f 07/01/1980), who informed me that Scott Neely (suspect w/m 11/22/1979) attacked Michael in their driveway.
With the advent of any new technology must also come an added respect and responsibility for that technology. Today's world has been significantly modified over the past decade due the internet and the superconductivity this tool has provided to its users. As a result of this popularity, a criminal element has seeped within the confines of cyberspace to present new challenges for lawmakers and law enforcers everywhere, all the time. The purpose of this essay is to describe the role of the internet and its involvement with crime and criminal behavior. This essay will describe specific examples of how the internet has aided criminal activity and highlight the types of crime that have received more notoriety because of the internet's ability to connect people anonymously.
dealing with cyberbullying and the internet; therefore, it must rely on Case Law from before the
On Wednesday January 25, 2017, I (Officer R. Holcomb) was dispatched by C.O. B. Coleman to report to 302 Freedom Way in reference to a complaint of trouble with subject. On arrival I spoke with Ms. Valencia Jones, she stated that her ex-boyfriend Leon Boyd is harrassing her.
On Friday, August 12, 2016 at approximately 1000 hours, I assisted the patrol division in locating a burglary suspect that entered the residence of 1023 Barn Oak Court. The complainant/victim Nicole Smith stated to the Conyers Commutation that when she entered the front door of the residence, she heard an unidentified noise in the back bedroom. As she entered the rear bedroom the subject exited the residence through the rear window.
In 2013, a man, investigators named the “Sexual Cyber Terrorist” extorted over 350 women by hacking into their email accounts and baiting them into giving him nude photos. If the women did not comply with his demand he threatened to hack into their social media accounts and posting photos that he allegedly already had of them. Another ploy to obtain these photos from women would be to pose as close friends and get them to send nude photos. After a thorough investigation the FBI found more than 3,000 nude to seminude photos of victims. The “Sexual Cyber Terrorist”, Karen (Gary) Kazaryan was sentenced to 5 years in federal prison after pleading guilty to all charges.
On Thursday, August 31, 2017 at approximately 2232 hours, I was dispatched to a residence across the street from 2220 University St in reference of a suspicious person inside of a black truck. Upon arrival I spoke to the complainant Ms. Delisa Smothers. Ms. Smothers stated that at approximately 2230 hours, an unknown black male went inside her neighbor's truck located across the street at 2221 University street.
On 06/02/17, at 5:40pm, I Deputy Warden N. Christian was dispatched to 1126 Obetz Road on an injury-possible dangerous or vicious dog, owner known. I arrived at the location and met with Ben Moore and Kaylee Baker. Ms. Baker stated on 05/30/17 at approximately 8:30pm, she was outside in their garage, moving items in and out of the house that they just recently purchased. Ms. Baker stated that she saw the next door neighbor (1118 Obetz Road) daughter outside on skates walking their dogs. Ms. Baker waved at the girl and continued moving items in and out of the house. As Ms. Baker was moving towards her vehicle, she heard something behind her. Ms. Baker turns around and sees a grey and white pit bull coming towards her. Ms. Baker used an authoritative voice command to get the dog to back away. The pit bull continued to approached, and the next thing Ms. Baker knows the pit bull is attacking her. At the time of the
On Wednesday, 10/11/2016, I, Deputy Stacy Stark #1815 received a telephone call from Elaine B. Green (F/W, DOB: 07/03/1962). Green advised, her mother, Evelyn A. Yates (F/W, DOB: 06/19/2016) was a victim of a theft from her residence. Green requested I take the police report because I was familiar with the parties involved due to a report I took on 10/07/2016. See Case Number: 2016-7575. Green believed the suspect was Yates’s grandson, Christian C. Kistner (M/W, DOB: 11/18/1995).
On July 04 2017, at approximately 6:34PM I, Sgt. Bowring was investigating criminal mischief that had taken place at Lake Holbrook near the point. While myself and Deputy George where speaking to two individuals possibly involved in the criminal mischief an unknown female advised Deputy George that there was a fight in the Men’s Restroom that was located approximately 20 yrds away from our location.
On 09/26/2016, I, Dillon Dickerson, badge #155, was working as a Patrol Officer for the Wichita State University Police Department, in Wichita, Sedgwick County, Kansas. At approximately 1909 hours I was dispatched to Shocker Hall in regards to a Suspicious Character call. Dispatch advised there was a male which attempeted to get into Shocker Hall. He was described as a white male, blue jeans, gray sweat shirt, and had a green dwarl string backpack.
On 03/28/2016, I, Chad Agnew, was working as a patrol officer for the Wichita State University Police Department, in Wichita, Sedgwick County, Kansas. At approximately 1549 hours I was dispatched to the WSU Police Department to take an assault report. When I arrived, I made contact with the reporting party Hannah Jones in the front lobby. Hannah told me that she was recording the conversation on a phone or ipod and wanted to talk in private. I asked her
On 12/12/2016, I, Dillon Dickerson, badge #155, was working as a Patrol Officer for the Wichita State University Police Department, in Wichita, Sedgwick County, Kansas. At approximately 2316 hours I was dispatched to Corbin Education in regards to a Suspicious Character. Dispatch advised there would be an indivudal sitting on the steps on the east side of Corbin. The reporting party gave a description as an unknown male or female, with a black hoodie, and pants on.