Police officers including approximately six armed members of the “Special Emergency Response Team” forcibly entered the appellants’ (Bulsey & Anor) house. Bulsey was taken from his bed, placed on the floor, handcuffed and dragged out to the street and later charged with riotous assembly and destruction of a building. In subsequent committal proceedings, the respondent conceded it did not have a case against the first appellant. He was discharged. Bulsey (the first appellant) sued the respondent for damages for trespass to the person (assault, battery and false imprisonment). Anor (the second appellant) sued the respondent for damages for assault and false imprisonment. The trial judge dismissed the appellants’ claims with costs, with judgments in favour of the respondent.
Ps, Rony Beauge and Christina Escourse, allege excessive force and false arrest. P Escourse states that she was at the front door entering her home when MOS approached her from behind with their guns drawn. P Escourse states that MOS grabbed her arm and pushed her body against the apartment door and tightly handcuffed her causing pain and bruises to her arm, face, chest and wrists. Ps state that MOS entered the apartment and broke down their bedroom door. Ps claim that MOS ordered P Beauge to the floor and then MOS grabbed and slammed P Beauge to the floor causing injury to his shoulder. Ps claim that another MOS placed his knees on P Beauges’s back and tightly handcuffed him which caused pain to his lower back and wrists. MOS state they were
I arrived on scene at approximately 02:11 hours. I approached the front door and the victim, Hollie J. McIntosh (F/W, DOB: 07/26/1988) opened the door and let me inside. I inquired with McIntosh what happened. McIntosh stated she was shoved and choked by her boyfriend, James Dean Carvell (M/W, DOB: 01/25/1988). I observed a red mark on McIntosh’s neck. McIntosh advised Carvell was in the bedroom. McIntosh pointed to the bedroom. I entered the bedroom. Carvell was lying
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.
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 the West Boise area, a female victim was walking in the area when she was attacked. The unknown male had grabbed her from behind to assault her but ran when he heard a car approaching. Officers made contact with her at the hospital. This investigation is ongoing and officers are asking anyone with information
The first appellant (Bulsey) was placed on a list of suspects who police officer Detective Miles thought should be arrested following a riot on 26th November 2004, where the Palm Island police station was set alight and other buildings were destroyed. The following day, several police officers, not including Detective Miles, and six members of the “Special Emergency Response Team” forcibly entered Bulsey’s home, shouted orders at the seven month pregnant second appellant
Back on October 3, 1974 at approximately 10:45pm two Memphis police officers were on patrol and received a complaint from dispatch to respond to a burglary in progress (Tennessee v. Garner, 1986). Officers Leslie Wright and Elton Hymon took the call and responded to the location in question (Tennessee v. Garner, 1986). After arriving, a neighbor told the two officers she heard glass breaking next door and “they” were breaking into the home (Tennessee v. Garner, 1986). While officer Wright radioed back to dispatch the situation, officer Hymon proceeded to the backyard of the home (Tennessee v. Garner, 1986). Hymon then heard a door slam and seen a person running across the lawn towards a chain link fence, later identified as Edward Garner
On June 21, 2016, members of the Metropolitan Police Department (MPD) Sixth District were dispatched to a call for service for an “Assault in Progress”. Officers were met by the complainant who reported that the defendant invited her over to his residence and when she arrived the defendant already had another female companion at his home. The defendant began to insult the complainant at which point she tried to leave his home. The defendant grabbed the complainant by her hair and punched her in the face and body. The complainant refused medical treatment.
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.
When I arrived on scene, I contacted the caller identified as Jordan Lundy. Lundy stated he was with his girlfriend and they went to the dispatched address to speak with her cousin. Lundy was inside the residence where a female confronted him. The female was identified as Alesha McCool. Lundy stated McCool was his girlfriend's cousin. Lundy said McCool began yelling at him calling him a thief and other names. Lundy let McCool yell at him because he wanted to amend the relationship with McCool. Once McCool stopped yelling, Lundy said he turned around and walked out of the house. Lundy advised McCool followed him out of the house continuing to yell at him. Lundy reached the street and he told McCool "Fuck you" but she continued to follow him into the street. McCool approached Lundy in the street where she pushed him with both hands. Lundy informed me he was pushed so hard he "flew" backwards but stayed on his feet. Since Lundy stayed on his feet, he stated McCool walked up to him and slapped him across the face. I asked Lundy what hand McCool used and he stated he
Upon arrival Mansfield PD Officer's were on the scene and had suspect in custody. I spoke Mckay Briggs, Andrey B/M, DOB 09/07/1984, who said that after his step daughter Lovender, Ashlin DOB 06/01/2012 dance recital his mother in law Kent, Ruby DOB 05/27/1960 tried going to the stage to see Ashlin and he told her that she couldn't. Mckay Briggs said that the dance company said that only one care giver per child was allowed on stage. Mckay Briggs said that he got in front of his mother in law trying to prevent her from going on stage. Mckay Briggs said that Kent went around him and continued going on stage and again he stepped in front of her to try and prevent her from going on stage. Mckay Briggs said that the third time he got him front of Kent she pulled a taser out of her purse and begin trying to tase him. Mckay Briggs said that Kent touched him twice with the taser, but was not shocked by the taser. I spoke with Kent who said that she pulled out her taser because she felt threatened. Kent said that she never had to use the taser therefore she didn,t know how to work it. Kent said that she tried tasing Mckay Briggs, but she never made contact with him. Kent said that she was only trying to present her grand
This case involves Ms. Brianna Mona Haggins a fourteen year old Minnie Howard School student. Briana left home January 6, 2016 and was returned on the same day by Officer Hudson. On January 11, 2016, a call of service for a domestic assault was reported for 6300 Stevenson Ave Apt# 611. In this incident (16-102714) Brianna and her mother (Sherry Haggins) were determined mutual combatants.
Upon arrival we made contact with Justin Pearce, walking with his girlfriend and his children at the end of the driveway near the Farm to Market Road. While speaking to Justin Pearce I detected the strong odor of an alcoholic beverage emitting from his breath and or person. Justin Pearce stated he and his sister Erica Hammer got into a physical argument and had assaulted one another. I observed Justin Pearce to have obvious signs of injury to his person, including a swollen knot on the left side of his upper
Police Officer Jones, in full uniform, was walking the midnight shift in a high-crime area at approximately 2:00 AM and is approached by a civilian who told Officer Jones she had been robbed and beaten by someone wearing a red shirt and white pants. The victim’s shirt was blood soaked from a severe laceration to her head and lip. She said the perpetrator was wearing a ski mask so she was unable to determine the gender/sex of the individual, as well as the race/ethnicity. However, she was able to inform Officer Jones that the perpetrator was approximately 5’8” tall and had a gun. The perpetrator stole her wallet and was