On March 39, 2017, at 1224hrs, VA police received a Duress Alarm for 1E127. Investigation revealed that the Veteran was upset over not being able to receive her Ulfima Five Tens Unit. The MSA Clerk informed her that she would have to attend a class on how to properly us the Tens Unit. The Veteran demanded she give her the Tens Unit, because she had use it in the past. When the MSA Clerk refused and told her she would schedule her an appointment, the Veteran got angry and called the Clerk a witch and walked off. VA Police made contact with the Veteran at Primary Care Desk B lobby. Where the veteran gave an omission and stated she had an appointment and because the clerk was not at her desk she missed it. VA Police did however confirm that
On Saturday, September 12, 2015, I was assigned to the 6 Northwest as the security officer. At approximately 0500 hours while breakfast trays were being distributed in pod 100, an inmate, later identified as Kimmie Hawkins became insolent and advised me to get out of the pod. I immediately asked him whom he was talking to and simultaneously walked over to him to view his armband. As I reached for Inmate Hawkins’s left wrist, he snatched away from me, got in a boxing stance, and began bouncing rhythmically on his toes. Therefore, I retrieved my T.A.S.E.R. from its holster and gave Inmate Hawkins loud verbal commands to get on the floor. However, he refused to follow my orders; therefore, I pushed him toward the wall and continued to instruct
On October 26, 2017 at approximately 2:54pm, I, Officer Kyeishia Evans, with the Ville Platte Police Department, was dispatched to the Slap Ya Momma parking lot, in reference to juveniles fighting on Bus # VP14. Upon arrival I was advised by Chief Neal Lartigue, with the Ville Platte Police Department,
On Monday, January 18, 2016, at about 1515 hours, while present at group 31 office, Lt. Bava, Sgt. Laporta and I, conducted the P.G. 206-13 hearing of Sgt. Jennifer Lavelle, Tax #933921, currently assigned to the Critical Response Command. The hearing took place at 241 37 Street, Third Floor, Brooklyn, N.Y. Sgt. Lavelle was represented by SBA Trustee Cliff Thieleke. Sgt. Lavelle was interviewed as a witness. The interview was recorded on an Olympus brand digital voice recorder and upload into ICIS. In sum and substance Sgt. Lavelle stated the following;
CASE ORIGIN: 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.
On Saturday 10/26/2016 at approximately 2328 hours, Security Officers Christopher Paz, Ariel Weiland, Omar Alonso along with Supervisor Steven Evans were dispatched to the EMS Off load Ramp for an incoming (51S) Patient Standby In E.D. Upon arrival at 2328 hours Security met with E.D. Charge Nurse Johnathan Bacal who stated that there was a combative male patient being transported by the Orange County Fire Department. At 2330 hours, the patient, Alan Castillo (DOB: 08/03/84; Fin #86501337) was brought by Orange County EMS (Engine #83) with an escort from Orange County Sheriff's Deputy. He had been combative on the way in and kept stating that he wanted to leave. He was rapidly taken to the Special Care Unit, E.D. room #38 but once inside the
On May 15, 2016 at approximately 2335 hours Security Officers Steven Evans and Omar Alonso were in the E.D. Security Office when we heard someone yell for help inside of the E.D. entrance doors in regards of a “Gunshot Wound” patient. Out of the Office, we observed a Hispanic male hoping towards the PFS counter with blood on his left abdominal area. Security Supvr. Evans grabbed a wheelchair and wheeled him to one of the E.D. triage room, while his friend, Joseph Park (witness) register him with PFS. Security team in coordination with E.D. Charge Nurse Robbie Phillips placed the Emergency Department in a lockdown, Security Officers responded and kept watch over both E.D. entrances. The patient, Daniel Lopez (DOB: 10/16/1997, FIN #85640879) was transferred to E.D. #35, he had 4 “GSW”, 2 on the right and left buttock, 1 on the right
On 5/29/17, at approximately 1804 hours, I was calling the last inmate for medication distribution in D-4, A pod. Myself and Nurse Bob were stationed at the entrance of A pod. Inmates began to crowd around the entrance of the bathroom. An unidentified inmate started yelling, "There is a guy on the floor in the bathroom having a seizure." I ordered the inmates to move out of the doorway of the bathroom. I had a partial view of the bathroom from the pod doorway and was able to partially see an inmate lying on the bathroom floor. I directed all inmates to lockdown in A pod and made a radio call to Security Control indicating there was a man down in D-4, A pod.
At 1746 Hrs. Sgt. Taylor then notified me through text advising that he was “having a juvenile entered into the amber alert system”. I then arrived at the law enforcement center to assist. I met with Sgt. Carroll and asked him to begin assisting after his briefing. CID Sgt. M. Sheedy was then notified of the incident and responded along with Det. Lee. A-Chief was also at the law enforcement center and was aware of the situation.
On May 23rd, 2017 at approximately 8:02am I Officer J. Quiles #1869 assisted in serving a, narcotics search warrant at 807 Cedar Cove. Upon arrival, I had initially provided support in standing by while the Narcotics team went through the house getting everyone out. I then was asked to assist
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.
At approximately 1700, Michael Pentoney and I were stationed in vehicle 5 on top of Power Cove. As we look down to the water we notice a group of people running down from the picnic area down to the water. We then see a female running towards our vehicle. She's screams that her niece was missing in the water. I asked her, "if had seen her go under water and not come." She yells, "yes". I told her to get in the vehicle and we started driving down to water. As we are driving down to the water, I call on our Blue Frequency, "emergency traffic, emergency traffic only. SURCOM 22P992, we have a code X in power cove, we need rangers and lifeguards." Then I got on our Bronze Frequency, called for Andy Mendoza who was on vessel 94 to pick Kyle Christian
On Thursday 12/31/2015, at 0418 hours, FHEO Security Officers were dispatched to the EMS Offload Area for a possible combative male patient. Security Supervisor Evans along with Officers Alonso, Ayuso, and Johnson arrived at 0420 hours and made contact with E.D. Charge Nurse Jonathan Bacal who stated that EMS had called in and stated that they had a male patient who was handcuffed to the stretcher at his wrists because he was uncooperative with Emergency Medical Technician (EMT). At 0422 hours EMS personnel arrived with patient, Benjamin Atsu (DOB: 06/23/1991 FIN# 85028628) who had been Baker Acted by Orange County Sheriff Deputy Micah Thorne( Badge# 7595) because he had been found running up and down a sidewalk screaming that he was GOD and
As I was checking credential in the smoke area on the SIDA, Wes Mahr (TSO) informed me that he was escorting a trainee as I noticed that the trainee was issued a sterile area badge and Wes had on a SIDA area badge with escort privileges. Although he did have the right to escort someone on the ramp, I immediately contacted APD dispatch to get
Upon arrival, I noticed an older gentleman sitting in Desk B lobby area. The man was later identified as Veteran Thomas Keller. I contact RN XXXXXXX, who stated that Keller was intoxicated and causing issues. I then contacted Keller who, stated he was here to get a cain. I noticed an odor of alcohol emitting from his person. I then asked OFC Massey to get the PBT so I could check his level of Intoxication. After Massey left, Keller attempted to leave, I informed him that he was been detained. He replied “I’m fucking leaving, you can’t hold me”. Then He asked “what are you arresting me for?” I replied that I could smell and odor of and alcoholic beverage coming from him. Keller then stated “Hell yes I’ve been drinking it’s still a free country”.