On 10/30/2016 at 0251 hours Ptlm. David Stamets and I were dispatched to the unit block of S. White St. for multiple males in the road fighting. We arrived on scene and I observed three males walking toward Main St. I instructed the males to stop, but they
She stated that base on the command log entry the defendants’ money was counted in her presence. According to the command log entry, Mr. Joshua Riley was arrested and subsequently released on a voided arrest. I asked Sgt. Lavelle to read in the record the account of money that Mr. Riley had on his person and if all of his money was returned to him upon his released. Sgt. Lavelle stated that based on the command log entry, Mr. Riley had had a total of $178.00 and $98.00 was returned and she doesn’t recall if all his money was returned to him or not. As for Mr. Carlton Smith a total of $205.26 was counted in front of her and $95.26 was returned. Shortly after, Mr. Smith was removed to the hospital and he was escorted by PO Osipowich via EMS. Sgt. Lavelle doesn’t recall if the remaining balance of Mr. Smith money was
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.
Once inside, he secured his weapon in a gun locker and removed the accused from the vehicle. Another search of the accused and the back seat of the vehicle were negative for any weapons or contraband. The accused was guided to the booking room for processing. I sent County Dispatch a criminal history form which yielded Robert has one Felony arrest and numerous Domestic Violence incidents. I made contact with Judge William Golden, advised him of the CCH findings along with today’s incident. Judge Golden then set bail for $10,000 full. I prepared Warrant 2105 1566 for Aggravated Assault on a police officer and Summons 2015 1567 for resisting arrest. Robert while waiting for transport in the cell complained of pain to his ribs and shoulder. P/O D' Alton secured Robert into his vehicle and transported him to Inspira to be medically cleared. Once Robert was cleared for incarceration, Robert was transported back to HQ and then turned over to the Gloucester County Sheriff's Department to be lodged in a county facility. All of the prisoner property was returned upon his release from this
On 11/02/2015, I, Chad Agnew, was working as a patrol officer for the Wichita State University Police, Wichita, Sedgwick County, Kansas. At approximetely 2222 hours we went to Omega Ct. to assist Sgt. Garwood since he was out on a suspicous character and another call on Omega Ct. Sgt. Garwood advised us to go to the Delta Delta Delta house at the end of the block and speak to the reporting party. I went and made contact with Julie Nolte and Dakotah Gilmore who were inside the residence. We went to a back room and closed the door.
While on scene, I learned Jessica had an active warrant for her arrest, and Inv. Schlag contacted me knowing Hubbard Co. Social Services had a health & welfare concern for the children of Jessica & Eli. I then received a call from Child Protection Worker Beth Grande who informed me she wanted the children placed on a hold. Inv. Schlag stated he would respond to the scene and assist Hubbard Co. Social Services. I forwarded the documents I started to Inv. Schlag & briefed Sgt. Stacey when he arrived on scene.
At approximately 2230 hours I met with James and Dustin and the police department. I completed the advisement of rights form and both Dustin and James signed it, indicating Dustin would speak with me. I asked Dustin if he remembered me and he advised he remembered being pulled over and Sergeant Kettle and another officer was there. I told Dustin that the other officer was me. I advised him that we knew what he was really doing in the area, because of witnesses
INVESTIGATION: On Thursday, 05/18/2017, at about 9:27 p.m., partner Officer Griffin (#3135) and I were on uniformed patrol in a marked patrol vehicle (Unit #21) as 3A21. We were dispatched to an injury traffic collision at Lake Ave. and Maple St. Upon our arrival, we saw three vehicles that appeared to be involved in a traffic collision. While we were assisting with the scene, we saw Victim Captain Konrad struggling with the suspect, later identified as Kevin Hendrix. Officers Griffin, Riehl (#7454), Spatz (#8058) and I grabbed Suspect Hendrix and took him to the ground. I placed properly adjusted, double locked handcuffs on Hendrix. Officer Griffin and I placed Hendrix in our patrol vehicle.
On July 22, 2017 at approximately 6:07 PM I, Deputy Hill along with Sergeant Bowring, Deputy Dimert and Deputy George received word that Wayne Jones was at 155 CR 1686 and had a class B warrant. Deputy George had spoken with a complainant on the phone that informed Deputy George that he had seen Wayne Jones in the area and know that Mr. Jones had a warrant for his arrest. After Deputy George informed me of the information I contacted France Young a residence of the area, I asked Mrs. Young if she had seen Mr. Jones and Mrs. Young confirmed that Mr. Jones was at 155 CR 1686. After verifying the warrant on Mr. Jones though dispatch all the above units check en route to that location.
Mcmaryion told Officer Jimenez that Hyder and a subject who goes for the name of “Bubba” were visiting him from Dallas. Mcmaryion told Officer Jimenez that “Bubba” started asking for some money that Bubbla claimed Mcmaryion owed him. Mcmaryion stated that he did not know what “Bubba” was talking about. Mcmaryion told Officers that he pulled his knife out and asked “Bubba” and Hyder to leave. Mcmaryion stated to Officers that after they left they came back shortly after and busted on his door. Officers ran Mcmaryion through MPD NCIC/TCIC. MPD NCIC/TCIC advised Officers that Mcmaryion was wanted local class “C” warrants. MPD NCIC/TCIC advised Officers Mcmaryion was wanted for No Driver License(W#T000551878), Failure to Appear(W#C000119100), Fail to Maintain Financial Responsibility(W#C000119101). Officers placed Mcmaryion under arrest for the above
I arrived and staged on Roberts Road near the building 15 which contained room 251 and waited for Sgt. Alexander’s arrival. I informed Sgt. Alexander of my location and then advised him I saw 2 white male subjects carrying a large box that looked to be a TV box. As I turned the headlights on, I crossed Roberts Road and was able to see that one of the white male subjects was Mr. Burnette, who I knew had active warrants for his arrest.
On November 3, 2007, a crime was committed in Hapeville, Georgia. A mother and her son heard a commotion outside their residence house. When mother discover a man sitting inside her orange and white truck, the man threated her at gunpoint with a pistol. The female victim was told to go back inside her property. Female victim son called the police immediately to notify them of situation. Hapeville Police Department officers were dispatched to the home. A Hapeville officer on duty spotted the stolen truck less than a half mile from the location vehicle was taken from. The officer pursue the truck, and the thief exit the vehicle and started running. However, despite the fact that Atlanta Police helicopters were used in the search to cover more range, officers failed to apprehend the suspect. According to one officer’s official report, “Officers have not currently located
Prior to the onset of this incident, I had responded to the property twice and spoke with Rateau. Rateau, also admitted to damaging the door without provocation. After Deputy Matre and I escorted Rateau to my marked patrol vehicle, she knowingly and intentionally stated to Deputy Matre that she would spit in his face while they were only standing approximately one foot apart. Fregin, provided Deputy Matre with a statement indicating Rateau had struck him and pulled his hair in an earlier altercation and continued to spew violent threats to do harm to
I, Cpl. Lessane, along with Deputy Ayer, responded to Hampton Regional Medical Center, to assist Deputy Smalls, with a runaway mental patient. Upon arrival, Deputy Smalls stated a mental patient, Travis Johnson, ran away from the Emergency Room with a set of black handcuffs on one of his arms. Deputy Smalls stated he wasn’t sure of Travis exact location at the time. Deputies along with assistance from the Varnville Police Department and the Hampton Police Department patrolled the area in an attempt to make contact with the patient. No contact was made at that time.
On 10/22/2017 I, Deputy Mignone #95 was assigned to Intake/Release at approximately 0130 hours, I was pulling an inmate out of DMH to be released. When I opened the door, I witnesses inmate Victor Collazo J#9739840 yelling and walking over to the left side corner where inmate John Nalls J#11602851 was sitting in the corner. Inmate Nalls jumped up and they got into each other’s face, I then instructed both of them to move away when inmate Nalls struck inmate Collazo in the face with a closed fist to the right side of his face.