While doing a High Visibility Deterrant in lot #25, we were requested to assist WPD at 1712 hours by WPD Scat 248D Jared M Henry #2271. WSU Officer Dickerson #155 contacted WSU Sergeant Brad Agnew #153 by radio to confirm if he heard WPD's request for WSU officer. WSU Sergeant Brad Agnew #153 confirmed and told Officer Dickerson and I to switch over. Officer Dickerson confirmed WSU Sergeant Brad Agnew's traffic and radioed WSU dispatch to inform we would be switching to the WPD North channel. WSU Sergeant Brad Agnew #153 then informed us to not get involved and to switch our radioes to the Letac 10 channel and we did so. Officer Dickerson #155 then informed Letac 10 dispatch that we (WSU 202) would be assisting.
I then escorted Inmate Staggs to the Durango Medical Clinic. While on the way to medical I asked Inmate Staggs what time he fell in shower? He told me around the time the evening meal was served. I asked Inmate Staggs if the reason he is going to medical was due to a crime committed against him while in MCSO custody? Inmate Staggs said "No." After that I dropped him off at medical. I then went to review the Gentec Security Desk System with Sgt. Salazar B0654.
UCM: CPSW met with Mr. Mauer for supervision at Brookdale and the visit went well so far. Mom and dad played with their son. Ms. Mauer changed Kaison's diaper and feed him during the meeting. Kaison seemed little tired today. Mr. Stark joined us today and he mentioned that he was in jail for two days and his case was dropped because it was wrong allegation from a friend. Ms. Mauer, Mr. Stark will be meeting their county nurse today after supervsion visit is done. Kaison is doing well and he had no fever and no coughing during the visit. The foster provider stated that since he got the shot for croup to help him breath better he has been doing well. No fever and no coughing so far according the foster provider. Also during the visit he has
On Friday morning, July 11, 2015, at about 12:15 AM, I was driving a marked squad and driving on the Wiouwash Trail. The campus area of the trail has a posted closing hour of 11 PM. I saw 2 males near the boat landing southwest of the Student Recreation and Wellness Center (SRWC) and start to walk away when I shined the squad spot light on them. I then saw 4 other individuals walking away from my position. I radioed to dispatch that I would be out with the group of 6 individuals and exited my squad.
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 16:43 hours I arrived in the area of 120th Ave and Oliver Road. Once I turned east I saw a blue truck parked in the roadway. As I approached the vehicle I noticed three people sitting the guardrail to the railroad crossing arm. I approached the three and asked them to step away from the tracks and towards me. The three did so without hesitation. A male, who I know from previous encounters as Richard Wayne Hamilton, asked why the Sheriff's Office was called when they weren't doing anything wrong. I explained to Richard that his vehicle was blocking the lane of travel and when I approached they were trespassing on railroad property. Richard stated he was not trespassing as the group had been given permission by BNSF Police given that they were not parked on the tracks and were clear of the tracks as trains were traveling through the area. I told Richard I would contact BNSF Police and verify this information.
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
When we got to the station and while Officer Gausaches was doing paperwork I was eating in the briefing room. When another officer came in to take pictures of the heroine they had seized from a suspect that was not only trespassing but, need a Narcan shot. The officer showed me what heroine looked like and then asked if I knew what Narcan was and how it work I said no. He explained that Narcan gets rid of the opioid effects of heroine. As well if I wanted to be a police officer to get use to how it works because heroine is a big problem throughout the country. I am really learning that paperwork for police officer takes forever because we arrived at the station around 1250 and didn’t leave again till 2 because that is when Officer Gausaches was finished with the paper work. While patrolling around Easton Ave we came up on a scene by the Scarlet Pub. I’m not sure what occurred but, New Brunswick PD was there with multiple cars and Officer Gausaches after going over to talk with them explained they had someone locked up across the street. After that we got called over to the dorms by the dining hall on Cook Douglass. Apparently there was an ETOH a student had too much to drink and needed an
S/L Walker was dispatching for evening shift at 08/29/15. S/L Walker receive a call for a welfare check at KC-219. The daughter, Karen, usually talk to her mother at around 2100 hr. But tonight could not reach her. S/L Walker took down the information and send an officer up to the apartment. S/L Walker called the apartment while the Officer was en route. There was no answer by phone. S/L Walker notified the Officer. S/O EMT Funes was the reporting officer. When S/O EMT Funes arrived on the scene, there was no answer by knock. S/O EMT Funes entered via her master key because the door was lock and search the apartment. There was no one home and S/O EMT Funes left a white tag #28798. S/O EMT Funes cleared. S/L Walker called the daughter twice
On February 7, 2017 at 1538hrs, I was dispatched to the information desk for possible weapons in a vehicle. Upon arrival I met with Veteran Raymond Blanchette - 2671. He had come in to facility to ask about his firearms that were in his motorhome. Blanchette state he lost his house and was living out of his RV. Further RV was his way to get back and forth to appointment. I decided to warn him about the weapons being in his RV. I based this decision on the fact he, had to use walker to get around, being Homeless and being an elderly man. I did inform him if brought the RV with weapons back on station we would charge him with a weapons violation.
On the night of 5-26-17 at approximately 2145 security recieved a call from Casper Police Department dispatch asking for the ambulance bay door to be opened as Police were responding to a disturbance in the Emergency Department. Previous to this call security knew nothing of a disturbance. Security Officer Ubbes escorted Casper Police Officer who walked through the front entrance. Upon arrival Ubbes was informed by one of the ER nurses that the patient from bed 11 was extremely intoxicated, he was leaving his room wandering the ER without any clothes on and entering other patient rooms. Casper Police arrested the individual without further incident and left at approximately
On Friday 09/16/2016 at 2300 hours, Security Officer Michelle Gallegos was badging visitors in the E.D. Lobby when the sister of a patient in E.D. # 32 lunged over the counter, knocking down a computer screen and a cup of water, then striking Officer Gallegos in her left arm. Security Officer (SO) Omar Alonso, was inside the E.D. Security Office, and responded immediately verbally instructing the visitor that police were going to be notified and that she needed to leave property immediately, and he also called Dispatch for immediate assistance. The female visitor was with 5 other females and her mother so they all followed Officer Alonso, outside of the E.D. Lobby. They were screaming and hollering that they were being treated disrespectfully by the badging officer who would not let them go back and visit her sister. Security Officers Ariel Weiland, Demetrio Flores, and Supervisor Steven Evans all responded by 2303 hours and helped to keep all 6 visitors outside while SO Alonso, conducted an investigation into the visitor’s allegations that they were being unfairly treated and were given erroneous information. He spoke to the nurse that Officer Gallegos spoke to when she needed information on the patient and permission for visitors to be given a pass to visit. Nurse Kurt Carr stated to him that the patient, Desarae
On the 24th of April 2016, I had just left Lake Hamilton School with two of my long time friends. We had just had a ceremony, and I had accepted a metal for completing the medical professions course, both level 1 and 2, throughout my junior and senior year. We had decided to take the Sunshine way home instead of the bypass. As I was driving down a straight stretch on sunshine I began to speed. Before I realized it a cop had passed me going the opposite direction. He then turned around and proceeded to pull me over. Once he had gotten onto me for driving so carelessly and not taking what could have happened into consideration, he then proceeded to tell me he was going to tow my car for such actions and asked if I had anything he needed to know
On August 14, 2015 I went on a ride along with IMPD officer Chris Cooper. Officer Cooper works in the north district of Indianapolis. His beat is N-9 which runs between the state fairground and the children’s museum. This area has a high drug rate and well as a high rate of illegal firearms. The days started out when we checked into the station around 12:45, the shift did not actually start until 1:30. Once we got into the office I was allowed to sit in for the roll call meeting that they had every day before their shift. It was pretty quick and to the point no one had any questions so we went out and hit the road soon after.
Upon arrival we noticed that there is a light on at 424 and ½ S F St. I made contact with a male and asked if someone had called 911. Male stated that his girlfriend called but hung up the phone. I asked if I could go inside and speak with the female while the male spoke with Officer Sullivan. He agreed.