On 01-01-2016(Friday) at approximately 2014 hours I Officer Hildebrand and Officer Andrew Emanuel was dispatched to a domestic violence call at 422 N Yellowstone apt. 7. While enroute I was informed by dispatch that a weapon is involved. I arrived on scene shortly after. I arrived upstairs when I was directed inside the apartment. I saw a tall male in a white shirt holding a firearm. I directed the male (later identified as Neil Weekly (property manager)) to drop the weapon. Neil handed me the firearm. I secured the weapon from Neil. Neil stated they were fighting and he came in to the apartment to see Clarence Morris with a gun. Neil stated that the female was in the room. I heard a female yelling and sobbing from the bedroom. I went into …show more content…
Catherine stated she had come home to see Clarence yelling at someone on the phone. Catherine stated that Clarence was talking to his ex-girlfriends boyfriend. Catherine took the phone from Clarence. Catherine stated that is when Clarence grabbed her by the throat and shoved her onto the bed. Clarence assaulted Catherine and gave her a bloody nose. Catherine stated she slapped him about three times to get Clarence off of her. Clarence had grabbed her sweatshirt and ripped it open from collar to waist. I noticed red marks and bruises on her neck. Catherine stated that Clarence then got up off of her and grabbed the firearm and threatened to kill himself. Catherine stated that Neil then came into the apartment and told Clarence to drop the firearm. Clarence did so. Neil grabbed the gun and unloaded it and cleared it. Catherine stated that’s when she went to the bathroom to wash the blood off her face. That is when I arrived. Officer Emanuel then spoke with Catherine and I watched Clarence. Officer Emanuel finished talking with Catherine. Officer Emanuel told Clarence he is under arrest for Partner Family Member Assault (PFMA). I transported Clarence to Park County Detention Center. I was relieved by Officer Emanuel and called to another 911 call. Nothing
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On Sunday November 24, 2016 at approximately 16:02 hrs. Officer L Wilkerson and I Ofc. R. Holcomb were dispatched by dispatcher B Coleman to 304 Hopkins Drive in reference to a disturbance. Upon my arrival I made contact with Ms. Shawntavia Lucky (complainant) who stated that her son Mr. Jousha Lucky (victim) got into a physical altercation with two black males.
Victim Ronald Logan testified before the Court that on January 30, 2016 about 5:30 p.m., he was sitting inside of his car outside the Decatur Apartments listening to music when a male, Kilo, approached his car asking if he had changed for a $10.00. Kilo then jumped into the backseat of his car on the passenger side without his permission and pulled out a gun pointing it to the back his head demanding that he “give him everything that he had.” Victim Logan stated that he reached into his pants pocket and gave him $200.00-$300.00. Kilo then instructed for him to crank the car up and drive off. As victim Logan drove out of the apartment complex, Kilo fired a shot in his back causing him to crash into a house a few houses down from the apartment
I entered the residence and was directed to a bedroom on the north side of the residence. I entered the bedroom and observed a white female standing next to the bed. She had a large, blue in color, lump under her left eye. She was unable to open her left eye very much. I later identified her as Anna Williams by Arkansas drivers license. I asked Anna what had happened and she said she was trying to leave the residence and they hit her. I asked Anna who "they" was and she said Gilbert and Judy. Anna said they hit her with their fists. At about this time, Mulvane EMS arrived on scene and started to render aide to Anna as I collected her personal information.
Upon our arrival, Officer Ramirez and I witnessed the front door to the residence had been forcibly opened and was left wide open. The door frame was broken off and the deadbolt lock was still engaged. Officer Ramirez and I cleared the residence and did not locate anyone still inside.The cabinets to the entertainment center as well as kitchen cabinets were left open and items appeared to have been taken. I located a black and yellow Crowbar a pool table. The master bedroom appeared to have been
MOS Haste and McLoughlin approached the house however were unable to gain entrance because the front door was locked. MOS Haste and McLoughlin began kicking and knock at the door. Sgt. Morris arrived at the scene. MOS Haste went to the back of the house and gained entrance through the first floor tenant’s apartment and opened the front door allowing MOS McLoughlin and Crocitt to enter. MOS went to the second floor and MOS McLoughlin knocked on the door and yelled police. After getting no anwer, MOS kicked the door. MOS McLoughlin observed Ramarley Graham run towards him and MOS Haste then enter the bathroom. MOS Haste followed Ramarely Graham into the bathroom and state “Let me see your hands.” MOS Haste reached the bathroom and yelled “Gun.” MOS Haste fired one shot. MOS McLoughlin observed Ramarely Graham non-responsive on the bathroom floor. MOS Morris and Crocitt were not in the apartment when MOS Haste fired. MOS Horne and Jarvis remained at 728 East 229 Street questioning the 2 males with Ramarley Graham. MOS Crictto secured Ps Hartley and Campbell in the rear of the apartment.
Vergennes, Illinois and spoke with Lipe. I explained to Lipe what I was investigating. Lipe said he was an employee of the Illinois Department of Corrections, but was currently on suspension for having his cell phone on his person at work and being too rough with an inmate. I questioned Lipe about his visit to Yates’s residence. Lipe stated he remembered the day. Lipe stated the visit was a brief visit. He said he did not take the purse and did not know who would have. I asked Lipe if anyone left the room alone during the visit. Lipe stated Kistner left the room once, but he did not observe any purse on Kistner’s person when they left the residence or anytime afterwards. Lipe said he dated Erica Parker for a short period of time and he would not suspect her of any wrong doing. During their dating period, Lipe had money and other things of value at his residence and in his truck that Parker left alone. Lipe did not want to speak negative about Kistner because Kistner was a like a brother to him, but Kistner was not currently trustworthy because of his heroin addiction. Lipe said Kistner was not allowed around Lipe’s child because of his recreational drug use. Lipe did not have any other information to give. I cleared the
A child Owen Collins was found dead in the woods, in a burnt cardboard box. The child’s mother 23 year old Breanna Arnold was a meth addict. She lived with her 31 year old boyfriend Zachary S. Barnes was also addicted to meth. One day Arnold, Barnes and 16 year old Zachary Barker were at home shooting up with Owen Collins and his older brother in the next room. Zachary Barnes told the police that when Arnold went to check on the children Owen was already dead, so he decided it would be a good idea to get rid of the child’s body by wrapping him in plastic and putting him in a drawer. The next day on a Sunday Barnes and Barker put Owen into a cardboard box and rode with a woman to Marion. The woman said that she did not
On 5/21/16 at approximately 2024 hours, Officer Acosta #0044 and I responded to Huntington Memorial Hospital, (HMH), for a report of a battery. The comments of the call stated, “IN ER RM #18, VIC IS 25 YO MALE ASSAULTED WED AT LA PINTO PARK BY UNK SUSP, ADV HE WAS HIT IN HEAD W/BAT AND HAS A PUNCTURE WOUND TO THE LIP. VICTIM IS EDGAR LARA DOB 10-02-90.”
On the above date and time, I, Officer Marion, was dispatched to 100 Shasteen Street for a domestic assault that had already occurred. The complaint, Cherlyn Trussell, told dispatch that her husband, Mr. Charles Trussell, had assaulted. She told communication that Mr. Trussell cocked a firearm, and then shoved her in the closet. Ms. Trussell meet Deputy Machuta at the police department, to explain what had happened. She stated that her and Mr. Trussell got into an argument, during the argument, he went and grabbed his firearm and cocked it, making a bullet fall out, and pushed her in the closet. In fear for her life Ms. Trussell yelled she was going to call the police making Mr. Trussell retreat. Ms. Trussell was able to record the altercation on her phone, and you can hear the arguing as well as the
had an altercation earlier today (September 13, 2017), at approximately 1215 hours, with his neighbor, Mr. Edwin Safer (Suspect), and he needed it document with law enforcement. According to Mr. Pishdad, he was traveling west on Pioneer Drive, Mr. Safer waved him down in front of his address, 1644 Pioneer Drive. Mr. Pishdad made contact with Mr. Safer and was falsely accused him of causing waves during the flooding of the street, which flowed into Mr. Safer’s garage. As he was being accused, Mr. Safer approached Mr. Pishdad’s vehicle door, opened it, grabbed Mr. Pishdad by the arm and held a rake in a threatening matter. Mr. Pishdad was able to get away from Mr. Safer and drove away. Mr. Pishdad reported the incident with the Homeowners Association.
RETTZO said he went to check the Cooper building to make sure no one was inside of it and while doing so the an individual who lives across the street was there. RETTZO said the male is black and he lives across the street form the Cooper building. He said he doesn't know his name but he frequently goes inside the building with him to make sure no one is in there and protects him. RETTZO said the male always has a gun on him and RETTZO told the male he doesn't like that and he can't have the gun on him inside the building. He said the male became angry and said he isn't his boss and shoved him causing him to fall and strike the sidewalk with the right side of his face and then the left side of his face.
I was waved down by a female at the entrance to the Edge Apt. Alize Rivera advised that she had been involved in a motor vehicle accident on Elm St. she stated that the other driver involved had her boyfriend the stated driver of Unit 2, move from the scene of the crash to the Edge Apt, and then he drove off. Rivera advised that the driver of Unit 2 ,was stopped waiting to turn into the Troy Softball parking lot when a black Chevy Silverado struck her vehicle from behind. She stated that the Driver of unit 1 was a white male, around his mid 20, and had a blue hat on. Officer were unable to locate unit 1. Unit 2 had major damage to the rear of the vehicle ,but was not disabled. I advised on how to obtain this
Officer Ortiz allowed me to get out of the patrol car, and observe him questioning the man that was accused of violently arguing with his girlfriend outside of Flacos. It concluded with the man walking away from the area and being told he will be trespassed the next time. Shortly after that, another disturbance call came through the radio. A (10-96) was being “harassed” from her apartment and she felt like she had to move out, so she sat outside with her things. Officer Ortiz and I got out of the patrol car, and walked up to another Officer on scene trying to calm down the enraged woman. In this situation, no action could be done because where was no other person to talk to about the matter. The third disturbance of the night was called after we returned to the patrol car. This call was a domestic violence disturbance, called in by little kids. A couple was fighting in the house while the kids were in the room resting and the mother went to jail for beating on the father. The man was certain that he didn’t fight back however; his kids were extremely frightened by him. Another Officer explained to the two young girls that their mother would be back in the morning after first appearance but for now had to follow their father’s rules and go back to
My new partner, Jack, was a tall man, guessing he got deported down here, because I have never seen him previously. Moreover, we introduced ourselves, we made small talk but quickly got into the case. Looking at the murder scene, everything seemed a little off. The evidence that was here for us did not look like it was from a normal murderer, it seemed to have come from a person intelligent enough to hide who they were. There were no fingertips, no hair, no left weapon, everything seemed like the murderer planned everything out perfectly. Gathering as much evidence as we could, we head back to the police department. As we entered the department, I noticed that Jessica’s desk was cleared. Bewildered, me and Jack go to the upstairs room to run the files. “We think we know who murdered the sheriff, but no one wants to point fingers without evidence”, as Jack opened the door for me. Walking in, thoughts run through my head, it couldn't of been Jessica, could
The Victim said that at 0800 hours, she was in her house livingroom with her boyfriend (S/1) Joe Rucker when they started arguing. The Victim said that she believed Rucker was cheating on her and was upset at him for his behavior. The Victim said that Rucker started yelling at her at which point she wanted to leave the room. The Victim said Rucker placed himself in the living room doorway leading to the hallway, preventing her from leaving. The Victim stated that she told Rucker she wanted to leave and he said “no”, not moving from his position. When The Victim tried to step past Rucker she was pushed back causing her to stumble. The Victim said she was pushed on the left shoulder and that Rucker had used his left hand to push her. The Victim said she did not have any pain