Do #142 of the MISD PD and informed him of the incident. Officer Do was able to find the driver of the Red Chevrolet Silverado pick-up truck bearing LP# DNK2961 Beardmore, Austin w/m, dob 01/25/2000. Beardmore admitted to Officer Do that he was aware that he had stuck the vehicle in Question.
I am requesting that the court make addendum to the magistrate’s report enter on 19Dec16, these addendums are essential due to the manner in which this case has progressed, clear and precise guidelines has to be addressed to limit the ability of the respondent to interpret or disrupt the court ordered agreement.
Steve SLAVINSKY arrived first and advised officers that Michael ZULKOWSKI the owner of the truck had dropped the truck off for repairs to be made by SLAVINSKY and had left the keys for the truck in the ashtray. SLAVINSKY was alerted by a neighbor that someone was near the truck since it was parked by his side garage located on North Emerick Street. SLAVINSKY went over to the truck and advised the MEYER to get out of the vehicle and that she was not allowed to be in the vehicle or to take it. MEYER'S told SLAVINSKY that she was allowed and that her father Michael ZULKOWSKI had told her she could take it. SLAVINSKY advised her again that she was not allowed to take it and attempted to reach in and grab the keys. At this time MEYER put the plow up on the truck and placed it in drive. SLAVINSKY again told MEYER that she was not allowed to be in the vehicle. MEYER then accelerated at a high rate of speed while SLAVINSKY was next the vehicle causing rocks to kick up and strike
On August 4, 2017 at approximately 2:40pm, Officer Lucas Griffin and I, Officer Kyeishia Evans, with the Ville Platte Police Department, was dispatched to 902 West Lincoln Street, Ville Platte, Louisiana, in reference to a business alarm. Upon arrival I witnessed a maroon 1999 Chevrolet Tahoe bearing license plate number ZTC679. I checked the vehicle and it was locked; however, I noticed the car was warm, as if the car had just been parked in the parking lot. I also noticed the back door of the business was opened. Officer Griffin and I checked the inside of the room; however, there was no door in the back room where you could enter the business. While checking the inside of the room we noticed damage to the tiles on the ceiling. I advised
Now through undersigned counsel, come Defendant, Lauris Hollis ("Defendant"), who respectfully request that this Court grant their Motion for Summary Judgment dismissing the Plaintiff 's claims against him. Defendant move this Court for a Summary Judgment on the grounds that the Plaintiff has no cause of action, no right of action or no interest in the plaintiff to institute the suit and it should be dismissed.
This letter is in response to the Residential Eviction Summons received at my house on May 17th, 2017. The landlord has stated that I, the tenant, have not paid the rent at the beginning of the month. This is false.
Upon my arrival, I spoke with the complainant Jerry McDonald. Mr. McDonald told me he went to town to runs some errands. When Mr. McDonald returned back to his residence he observed his Lincoln car was not at his residence, so he figure his wife had went to town in the car. Mr. McDonald told me when he walked inside his residence his wife was inside their residence. He asked his wife where the car was and she had thought Mr. McDonald had taken it to town. Mr. McDonald stated whoever stole his vehicle had to hot wire the vehicle because the keys were not in it. Mr. McDonald gave me the title
My office has completed the necessary steps to address the anomalous claim. My office is awaiting a response from your office to proceed with her request for a new claim.
As you may see I'm trying to satisfy the requirements you have on a side of the fact that your office did not provided almost any support nor information, till you was assigned on my case, as required by law to assist me in this matter.
On Friday August 4th, 2017 at 1749 hours Sgt. Petuya #1712 and I were driving a marked patrol vehicle and dressed in full uniform. We were driving north bound on S. Van Ness when we observed a vehicle on the northeast corner of the intersection of 17th St. and S. Van Ness with a smashed rear windshield.
Approaching the scene from the east, HCSO Deputies had the entire intersection of Memorial Highway and Kelley Road closed to traffic. I saw a maroon in color Ford E150 cargo van in the inside through lane of eastbound Memorial Highway, facing in a southeast direction. The van had sustained damage to the front of the vehicle. The driver