In furtherance of the conspiracy, the defendants made a series of purchases on the following dates. On November 23rd, 2013, defendant Gonzalez attempted to buy cartons of cigarettes that totaled 128 dollars via counterfeit access devices. On March 6, 2016, Gonzalez and Pierre-Charles drove to a convenience store and bought items totaling 527.26 dollars via the counterfeit access device. Following, on March 20th the defendants Durandis and Gonzalez traveled to another convenience store in Berks County, Pennsylvania making a purchase that totaled roughly 1,915.73 dollars via the use of the access devices (United States of America v. Robert Durandis, et al, 2014). A week later, on March 27th it was discovered that within a vehicle driven by defendants Durandis and Charles it contained a fraudulent New York driver’s licenses, an expired Pennsylvania id card, 80 cartons of Newport cigarettes, and over 250 counterfeit access devices (United States of America v. Robert Durandis, et al,
I, Deputy Daniel Pruitt spoke to a Steve Craine who stated on 06/06/2017 he saw a small silver SUV on his property. Steve stated the SUV was pulling a red 1970's model truck bed as a trailer. Steve stated he saw a white male drving and a female passenger. Steve
The game I saw was the Boston Celtics on TNT. I saw the game for ten minutes, and in those ten minutes the Gatorade logo was shown a total of five times. First, it was shown two minutes into the game, there were two big containers with the
I observed the store's video surveillance and confirmed both Allen and Frist's statements. The suspect is observed concealing the pipe underneath his t-shirt. I also observed the suspect in the area of where the pen was located. However, I could not readily identify him placing the pen into his pocket.
On 07/14/2015 D/S Sorensen #6290 responded to 3571 Old Bartow Eagle Lake Road, Bartow in reference to a robbery with a firearm. Upon her arrival she met with the victim David Eugene Cody. D/S Sorensen learned that while the victim was standing outside of his residence an unknown black male with a bandana covering the lower part of his face approached him with a silver handgun. The unknown male stuck the handgun to the victim’s and demanded money. The victim got into struggle with the suspect, and during the struggle the bandanna fell off of the suspect’s face. The victim recognized the suspect. The victim gave a description of the suspect.
On June 7, 2016, officer T.Cramblett #1191 was working cruiser 9182D, Zone 1 DMW, wearing the uniform of the day. Around 11:38 A.M radio aired that a robbery had just occurred at 1910 S. Hulmac Ct. Apt D, and that the suspect was a male black wearing a black shirt, jeans and having a goatee. The victim stated that the male had fled westbound from her apartment towards the 3C market located on Tamarack Blvd. The victim also stated the male was accompanied by a white female. Officer Cramblett was on Tamarack Blvd. when the information was aired and started to circulate the area. Officer Cramblett pulled out of the 3C market and turned northbound onto Tamarck Blvd. where he observed Mr. Warner Cutler and a female white walking southbound
and found the owner, Matthew, had an IN license, status Suspended-Prior. Upon arrival, I observed the vehicle parked in the parking lot in front of the business. Vernon was standing by upon Sgt. Sines and I spoke with Vernon on the east side of the building where the vehicle remained in our view. Vernon advised Matthew had been in the business approximately one hour. Vernon advised Matthew appeared to have empty pockets when he arrived at the business. Vernon advised as Matthew remained in the store, Matthew's pockets appeared to become heavy and full of items. Vernon advised he noticed a performance item hanging out of his back pocket. Vernon advised he also heard crumbling from inside Matthew's clothing as he moved around. Vernon advised Matthew was asking employees many questions regarding certain items then grabbing other items that Matthew did not express interest in buying. Sgt. P. Sines and I remained to the east side of the business until Matthew
Feik said at approximetley 0200 hours Feik entered Kwic Shop to buy chewing tobbaco. Feik said he parked his blue Honda Insight VIN# JHMZE2H71AS038802 Kansas Tag 468GDG in the front of Kwik Shop, east side by the propane tanks. Feik said the only other car in the parking lot at the time was a Black SUV parked on the west end. Feik said he noticed only one customer leaving when he entered. The customer leaving was a hispanic male, in his late 30's, approximetly 6'0 feet tall and 225lbs. The hispanic male was wearing a red and white baseball cap, and a dark colored heavy jacket. Feik said there were no other customers in the store while he made his purchase at the counter. Fiek explained he had asked the Kwik Shop employee if he could look at the parking lot video camera, the employee said he could not but a manager could in the
A teenage girl drove into a Walgreen's parking lot and went into Walgreen's. She casually shopped in the store like a teenager would and once she was done shopping she checked out at the register. When she received her bags she exited Walgreen's and walked across the parking lot to her car and once she went to get into her car a person came up behind her and put her in the car and the criminal drove off with her and her car. Law enforcement used the surveillance that Walgreen's had. The surveillance showed that when the teenage girl drove into Walgreen's parking lot that a blue F-150 pulled in behind her and parked in the parking lot. Additionally, it showed the man casually walking into Walgreen's and once the teenage girl walked into Walgreen's
I responded to Piggly Wiggly on US Hwy 231 in reference to a shoplifting call. While en route, I observed the suspect vehicle leaving the buisiness. I performed a traffic stop on the vehicle with the final being at Hardees. I then asked the driver for her license and identified her as Mary Jane Blair. Blair was then escorted back to Piggly Wiggly on her POV to be trespassed for the buisiness. Once at Piggly Wiggly, I made contact with Jonathan Richard. Richard advised that he seen Blair conceal a boston butt on aisle 5 and made contact with Blair on aisle 7. Richard also showed officer video footage of the merchandise Blair concealed in her purse. Richard also advised that Blair but the meat back after being confronted. Blair was then trespassed
On 6/9/16 at about 3:30 AM, HR Assistant Janine Kadelak on duty Shift Supervisor (S/S) Ana Penaloza about an accident that occurred in the C-Lot. S/S Penaloza and S/S Enmanuel Cabrera quickly made their way to the C-Lot to gather the information needed and take picture of the damage.
On Thursday, September 3, 2015, I was dispatched to 3457 Hillsborough Road (Kroger Store) on a report of a Larceny call. Upon arrival I was met by Mr. Dominic Dyquan Henry, the store manager on duty. Mr. Henry advised me that a black male with a backpack entered the
On Sunday, August 2, 2015, approximately 1805 hours, I was dispatch to Magnolia Assisted Living, 964 South Main Street, for a suspicious person report. Upon my arrival I met with the complainant, Ms. St John. St John stated a suspicious person had urinated in the back of the building and stumbled across the street. St John stated the subject walked across the street towards the Pavilion, 949 South Main Street. St John advised me he was a white male with a brown shirt, blue jeans and brown hair
Ms. Akins advised me that Mr. David Ives located in room (F830), was seen taking food items that didn't belong to him out of the regrifrator that is located in nourishment room (F.8010). Medical staff asked this subject Mr. Ives about the theft and he stated that he didn't steal anything. When Ms. Akins started cleaning his room and taking out the trash she observed several of things in the trash that didn't belong to him. I was advised by Ms. Akins that this was not the first time this subject has done this. This patient Mr. Ives is known to go on other floors and steal out of the nourishment rooms also.
While conducting the check, I was alerted by several customers that a White male subject was walking around the store "smelling like he smoked weed." The male was described as a tall White male with long hair wearing a button-up t-shirt, blue jeans. One witness advised that the subject was smoking marijuana in the men's restroom.