On Monday, 11/30/2015 at approximately 1755 hours, Officer Lauritzen and I responded to intersection of Holt Blvd and Plum Avenue to assist Sergeant Ortiz to subdue a suspect who was fighting him. Upon arrival, I saw other OPD officers trying to handcuff the suspect, later identified as Kevin Larry. Larry was on his stomach and he was yelling that he did not do anything. Larry was resisting arrest by turning his hip side to side and was trying to pull his hands to the front of his body. Larry was grabbing our handcuffs and he was not letting them go after being told to let go. We told Larry to not resist arrest and stop fighting. He refused and we forcefully pulled his hands from his sides and placed them behind him. We handcuffed him and he
Calhoun forwarded me his findings and informed me the incident occurred on Evening Watch, I viewed the incident on Avigilon video and determined a use of force incident report need to be completed in Blue Team. I then notified Sgt. Kizer-Hudson, who was the supervisor over 8NE, and inquired on if she was aware that the use of force incident occurred. She replied, “No.” I proceeded to show Sgt. Kizer-Hudson the video and she stated, “I remember the incident the officers called a non-compliant I responded, but they didn’t tell me about the use of force part.” I replied, what did they tell you?” Sgt. Kizer-Hudson stated, “Officer R. Dunans stated he give Inmate Mitchell verbal commands to return to his cell, inmate Mitchell refused and wanted to speak to a supervisor.” I advised Sgt. Kizer-Hudson the incident wasn’t reported and I found out about the incident when Mitchell’s attorney sent an email about his outcry. I then instructed Sgt. Kizer-Hudson to start a use of force report in Blue Team, and get statements from all officers involved as to why they failed to report the use of force to
I notified dispatch that Officer Albert and I were out at the RSC. I parked our patrol car on the north side of the RSC and entered the north door. I heard Officer Smith on the radio say he was out with the subject near the Credit Union. I observed from across the RSC Officer J. Smith and Officer R. Faison standing next to a black male all the way by the Book Store. As I walked closer, I could see the black male with both of his hands up in the air and he was getting down on both of his knees. When I got to the Credit Union, I saw a set of crutches and a black bag laying on the floor. I told Officer Albert to stay here with these items as I continued to go behind the black male. Officer Faison kept trying to talk to the subject but he was clearly ignoring him. The subject who was later identified as
Upon arrival, Officer Wheeler activated his (BWC1) body worn camera which was later uploaded to evidence.com. As our patrol vehicle pulled up to St. Luke’s emergency room entrance, I viewed a male later identified as (RV1) Devinelle Lavaughn Broussard with a cellphone in his hand attempting to prevent a female, later identified as (B1) Eleasia Ashanti Fraise, from throwing a (EVD1) red brick. I next saw Fraise throw the brick at a parked (D1) silver BMW, located along the south side walk. The brick fell to the ground and Fraise went to picked it back up. Fraise picked the brick up and moved in the direction of our patrol vehicle with the brick at shoulder height. I parked the patrol vehicle and immediately got out drawing my firearm to a low ready. Officer Broussard stepped out of the vehicle and drew firearm pointing it at Fraise (View Officer Wheeler’s statement for further details). Officer Wheeler and I gave commands to Fraise to drop the brick. Fraise immediately complied and dropped the brick. I holstered my firearm
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 did not comply with my request. The males looked back and continued to walk away. I again gave verbal commands for them to stop, two of the three males stopped, while one continued to walk away. I walked to the two males who stopped while Stamets proceeded in the patrol car to make contact with the third male, who he caught up to.
Officer Villalpando received information on a possible runaway/missing/abducted child at 12:52 hrs. He contacted his supervisor Sgt. Taylor. No action was taken at that
K-9 officer told Mr. Solomon to stop and he continues to run. Mr. Solomon heard the officer say he was going to release the dog and Mr. Solomon gave up. Mr. Solomon was then taken into police custody. When the victim came home, Detective Gibbs went into the home and found a black backpack at the top of the stairs. The victims stated that the backpack was not theirs. Detective Gibbs opened the backpack and the victim’s stolen laptop was inside and Daniel Solomon’s homework was also inside. Mr. Solomon and Mr. Powell were brought to 311 County Street and they both confessed to breaking the window and going inside of the home. They both blamed each other for taking items.”
On the afternoon of November 14, 2015 at approximately 5:07 P.M. Deputy Singleton responded to a domestic disturbance call at 4547 Old Salkahatchie Hwy in Early Branch SC. When I Deputy Singleton arrived on scene I interviewed Sheree Washington who stated that after Deputy Ayer had left the scene from the previous call that her boyfriend Christopher Williams who resides at the residence said "bitch I should kill" you then proceeded outside, and retreived a light with a piece of pipe attached to it, and then struck her in the chest. At this time Washington called dispatch, and asked for a Deputy to come back out to her residence. I Deputy Singleton also interviewed the children at this residence who stated to Deputy Singleton that this incident
MOS state they were responding to a gun run and Det. Fonrose and PO Shae Jackson observed Sgt. Gomez ordering plaintiff to stop then plaintiff ran into building and attempted to eat a bag marijuana. Plaintiff resist being handcuffed by Sgt. Gomez, then Det. Fonrose assisted Sgt. Gomez in placing handcuffs on plaintiff with some force. While handcuffed,
I got into my patrol vehicle and stopped the vehicle. Upon approach I observed a male subject laying in the rear cargo area of the SUV. I proceeded to the driver who was identified as Kirks, Mayan DOB: 12/28/1995. I asked Kirks to exit the vehicle and wait at the rear of my patrol vehicle. I opened the rear door of the vehicle and identified the male subject as Russell, Philip DOB: 020/21/1981. Russell appeared to be in pain and was holding his throat. I asked Russell if he was ok, Russell stated it was hard to breathe. I radioed for medics, who were staged nearby, to respond and render aid. I asked Russell to tell me what had happened. Russell stated he was drunk, being stupid and fell down the stairs. I asked Russell if Kirks and he
Burnette running towards my direction from Highway 70. Mr. Burnette turned left running south towards the main office. I also then ran south and tried to cut him off at which point I stepped into a hole and fell to the pavement. After getting up and continued running south and caught Mr. Burnette in the parking lot near the main office of the Hostess House. I ordered Mr. Burnette to stop and to get on the ground while pointing my Taser at him. I approached Mr. Burnette, coming around the back of some parked vehicles and then ordered him to the ground again, at which point he did so but placed his hands under his stomach out of view. I approached Mr. Burnette placing my Taser in his upper back and ordered him to show me his hands or be tased. Once Mr. Burnette removed his hands I placed him in handcuffs behind his back and waited for Sgt. Alexander to
I arrived on scene at 01:20 hours at 418 George Street, Gorham, IL 62940 and seen Deputy Jarrod Kreid #2302 speaking with a female identified as Misty L. Wright (F/W, DOB: 04/09/1978). Wright was standing beside her vehicle, parked in the driveway at the above address. I located Haug standing across the street. I walked over to Haug and asked him to explain what happened.
I responded to Sunoco on Three Notch Street in reference to a assault call. Upon arrival, I made contact with Stringer. Stringer was being very uncoropertive while being questioned about what was going on. I observed blood running down Stringer's face. Troy Fire and Haynes responded to the scene and checked Stringer out. Once Troy Fire whiped Griffins's face off, I observed a deep laceration about his right eyebrow. Stringer also had injuried to his stomach and also on both arms. Officer spoke with people on scene and they all advised that they didn’t see anything. The clerk inside the Sunoco advised that Stringer was already bloody when he walked up to the
On April 05, 2016 at approximately 1518 hours, I was dispatch to 2004 Pine Street in reference to a death investigation. Upon my arrival, I met with Detective Campbell who was the lead Investigator at the scene. Detective Campbell stated that the victim neighbors reported a strong smell coming from the victim’s (Cortiz Lazarz) residence. The neighbors called 911 and Officer Volk was the first responded officer on scene. Defective Campbell and officer Volk stated that the victim located on the living room floor, fazing the south from the residence. Detective Campbell requested I process the scene for evidence and documentation.