Officers requested to 304 West Chester Street for a disturbance. The caller was an employee with the Water Auth. and the individuals at the residence became disorderly with him and his co-worker. I arrived on scene and spoke with Bill Moyer and Rube (foreman) who said they were sent to
On December 16, 2017, at approximately 1311 hours, I responded to 2660 N Orange Blossom Trail; Lot 48 in reference to a disturbance. Upon my arrival I made my contact with Pablo Joshua Soto (victim/complainant) who advised the following via verbal and a sworn written statement:
In your grievance filed at Buckley Unit, you claim you requested an Inmate Wells 187589 be added to your Do Not House With list and COIII Jones refused your request. Your resolution is to have your disciplinary ticket removed from your record and transfer you to Rast Unit.
That on April 03, 2016, on Chocolate City Road, located in the county of Hampton, the defendant, one Toby Smart, did commit the offense of Assault and Battery 1st degree in violation of section 16-03-0600(D)(1) of South Carolina Codes of Law. In that the defendant, one Toby Smart, did get into a verbal altercation with the victim (Morece Hamilton). And that the defendant did pull out a black pistol and pointed at the victim head and made a verbal threat to cause greatly bodily harm. The victim is a witness to prove the same. All of which is against the Law, Peace and Dignity of the State of South
The defendant began to put his hands up and began walk away and still screaming profanities. Approximately 5-10 minutes, seargeant dabreau, advised that they were flagged down by multiple people, who stated that there was a physical altercation involving the defendant outside in the south parking lot area of the business. seargeant dabreau advised, he observed the above defendant with his t-shirt off, pushing and yelling profanities and attempting to fight another white male and females. (see his supplement for further)
On 10/28/12 at approximately 1330 hours, Deputy J. Berner and I (Deputy M. Young) was dispatched to 2712 Dwight Road in reference to a domestic disturbance. Upon arrival, I met with, Mrs. Tiffany Howell (complainant).
On 03/07/2017, approximately at 21:25, I, Officer Rivera, and Sgt. McMichael, responded to 307 N. Kingdom St. in reference to a disturbance. Upon my arrival I spoke with the complainant identified as Angela K. Houston (DOB 06/06/1978). Angela stated that her husband, identified as Don A. Houston (DOB 04/24/1975) had
WAYNE F. CROWE, JR., an attorney duly licensed to practice law before the Courts of the State of New York, affirms under the penalties of perjury that the following statements are true and accurate: 1. I am the attorney for the Petitioner in the above-referenced special proceeding, wherein Petitioner seeks an Order
Sexual Harassment Paper Harassment in the workplace of any type violates the Title VII of the Civil Rights Acts of 1964, the ADEA of 1967 and the ADA OF 1990 because it is form of discrimination (U.S Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, n.d.). These laws protect individuals against discrimination in the workplace
This is a case study of a female client, Hartley, suffering from depression. Depression is a common mood disorder. Depression can affect your feelings, thoughts, eating, sleeping and everyday activities. For young adults, depression is pivotal to their success into adulthood. The client was determined to have had lasting effects from bullying in her middle school. With a collective of therapies, the client can make a full recovery.
On April 24, 2017, at approximately 1626 hours I responded to 2401 Cobblestone Apt A, in reference to a criminal mischief. Upon my arrival I made contact with Mary Alava Garcia (victim/complainant) who advised me of the following via verbal and a sworn written statement: Mary advised me she was taking
On Monday February 8, 2016, I was assigned to Judge El Amin’s courtroom (courtroom 5). At approximately 0945 hours, my assistance was no longer needed in courtroom 5. Therefore, at approximately 1000 hours, I entered Judge Crawford’s courtroom (courtroom 6) in order to assist with the transporting of juveniles
Your grievance appeal has been reviewed at Central Office and the Warden's response is affirmed. The disciplinary ticket (16-A44-0150), was dismissed for procedural error by the Disciplinary Coordinator COIII Riker. Due to the ticket being dismissed a hearing with the DHO did not take place, therefore, there was not a hearing results form to be given to you.
Upon arrival I made contact with Georgette Lipford, herein referred to as the victim. It should be noted that this officers noticed the victim to be crying and fearful for her well-being. I also noticed swelling and a large abrasion around the victim’s bottom lip, and a minor laceration on her right cheek. The victim advised me that her and her boyfriend, Mark Tillman, herein referred to as the arrestee, had a physical/ verbal argument.
On 01/15/2015 at approximately 0700 hours, I, Deputy R. Dean Hildebrand, was dispatched to the Sheriff’s Office to help with a complainant trying to leave who was involved in a possible domestic. Upon arrival I found MHP Trooper 364 Grimsrud hand cuffing the complainant Kenneth Atlee McLane in the lobby. I was told he was being detained until law enforcement could ascertain the circumstances of the domestic. I escorted McLane into the booking area. While pat searching McLane I was told by dispatch I was requested by Undersheriff Johnson to respond to 85 Depot Hill Road with the complainant to assist him with trying to make contact with the other party of the domestic.