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
The intercom speaker announces, “There is a bank robber in the area please enter a soft lockdown.”
Since this crime extends outside of the state of Georgia and furthermore outside of the country, it is considered a federal crime and we will be working with the FBI to resolve the information.
Upon my arrival, I spoke with the victim identified as Odelia Butler. Odelia Butler was telling me what had happened this morning. When Sgt Turner asked me for more information on the suspect, Rodney Butler. I advised Sgt Turner that the complainant told me Rodney Butler had left in a white Ford pickup pulling a trailer that was loaded with tires. Deputy Warren located the vehicle on Cheyenne street inside Holiday Villages.
Three black males were reported to have robbed a gun store in Strawberry. A single pearl handled pistol and a box of money was stolen. One boy was caught, his name is T.J Avery, and he is currently in jail. The convict tried to blame local citizens R.W and Melvin. He claimed,”They the ones got me in it”. His friend Cassie Logan’s thoughts on this are,”They wouldn’t do that to ole T.J!” His trial has not yet been held.
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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
“This is Detective Christopher, requesting backup to the Chevron Gas Station down on the 97-interstate.
As the two robbers, Larry Phillips and Emil Mătăsăreanu (North Hollywood shootout, na), walked towards the entrance of Bank of America they were spotted by a young woman wearing a pink sports suit with a white tank top and her dog. She reported what she had witness outside the bank. Officer Harris who was training Officer Bobby were on patrol when Officer Bobby noticed the two robbers enter the bank. Officer Bobby immediately called a 211 over the radio notifying all officers of what was happening. Both robbers were dressed in black with body armor, wearing ski masks, large built and holding an AK-47 each. Mătăsăreanu starts to shoot the ceiling and Phillips shoots the windows inside the bank. Officer Harris makes the call, “15839 possible
A Macon resident told Bibb County deputies that he was robbed at gunpoint. This robbery occurred in a Walmart parking lot on Zebulon Road Tuesday afternoon. According to reports conducted by the sheriff’s office, 63-year-old Allen Vorhees said he was exiting the store when he was approached by two men. One asked for a light, Vorhees told him that he didn’t have one. The other man showed his gun and told Vorhee to get into his vehicle. Vorhees refused to get in the vehicle. According to the report, the robber then asked him ‘Do you wanna get shot?” They then asked for his keys, money, and cellphone. Vorhees told the two men that he spent his money and did not own a cellphone, he proceeded to give them the keys. They entered his vehicle and
“You imbeciles! Why would you ever try to rob a house like that! More money, means more security. And I don’t need to lose any more or you to your own stupidity. You understand that because of that incident I’m coming with you to this raid
On Monday, February 6, 2017 at 5:26 pm, Angeline Reynolds came to the Gautier police station and reported she had just been robbed. Reynolds was traveling south on Martin Bluff Rd, when she pulled off the road near the water tower by Interstate 10 to check and see if she had a flat tire. While doing so, a black male driving a red Chevrolet Colbalt (2004 or 2005 model), pulled over and asked if her brother-in-law, Bryce Reynolds was in the vehicle. Reynolds told the male that he wasn't and he walked over to her vehicle. The male had a handgun in his waist band and had a hand on it while he took $204 from her driver door pocket that was open. The male told Reynolds, "It's best you not come after me" and he left the area in his vehicle. Reynolds then called 911 while driving to the police station to report this incident.
Police are called into a local gas station where an armed robbery has just been reported. They now surround the premises looking for any possible evidence or whereabouts of the deviant responsible for this. Amongst the eyewitnesses there were no injuries but one shaken victim, Sally Mae Rickets, who was severely traumatized by this ordeal. Police question and gather enough information to pinpoint a main suspect, a white male, age 24, by the name of Ricky Bobby Smith. The local police department has a probable cause to arrest him. With a undiagnosed history of mild mental illness, two separate counts of misdemeanor, and the fact he has already been in prison and is currently
Royko house possibly with a gun yes, the first think Mr. Royko is going to do is call the police. But then of course while he is waiting maybe he can grab a knife and defend himself however if the burglar does have a gun a lot of good that knife will do. And as Mr. so eloquently stated in his article it is good at stopping one man but the second one not so much. Sure he could hide but how long is he discovered? Or maybe he could force the burglar out with the droning sound when he reads his article to the invader about how guns should be banned because all they do is