I am a piece of clay, just as every person is. We will never be a set shape. Instead, we are molded. That molding depends entirely upon what molds us. At the beginning of life, we are molded by the hands of loving parents, but once we leave that safe-place, we are on our own. At that point, we can be tossed, slammed, poked at, and sometimes even ripped apart. One important event in my life that molded me and has helped make me the person I am today was my first roller coaster ride. Amusement rides don’t usually change a person’s life, but the first time I went on a roller coaster, I found myself stepping off the ride as an entirely different person. Most people conquer their fears on thrill rides, but instead, I conquered the one thing most people are terrified to face. Something that’s more horrific than monsters and demons, and that is yourself. For me, the ride was more of a journey than anything. From the beginning to the end, I learned a lot about myself, my life, and who I wanted to be during the duration of what felt like years, but lasted only minutes.
Life is a roller coaster. Throughout the duration of this short ride we call life; one can experience exciting and exhilarating highs, as well as terrifying, seemingly heart-stopping drops. However, everyone’s ride is different; every individual person on a different roller coaster. Some people’s rides are a lot smoother than others; while other’s rides are so turbulent one would think the entire roller coaster as a whole could come crashing down at any given moment. My life was a lot like the latter of those aforementioned two, and in many aspects, it still is. I have had my fair share of personal struggles that undoubtedly caused a generous amount of distress, however, the ups and downs of my rollercoaster are one of a kind in their own right and without them I would not be the individual I
Officer Sprague responded to the crime scene, set up a traffic block at Garfield Ave and Mountain St, and conducted door knocks in an attempt to locate witnesses. See Officer Sprague’s ADD report for further details.
I arrived on scene at about 0025 hours. I made contact with Deputy Williams and he advised the female who was reported to have left was in the residence and she had a severe injury to her face.
She works evening as a food server and gets off around 11:00 PM. At about 9:30 PM, she receives a text message from Linda saying that she’s received a phone call from a former boyfriend, Anthony Moore, with who she recently broke up the relationship. She mentioned Anthony Moore being angry about the break up, while also sounding intoxicated on the phone. He didn’t make any threats when they spoke over the phone, but Linda claimed Anthony to be unpredictable when drinking. Linda sounded nervous and asked Lacy to stop by once she got off of work. Lacy went to the hospital to see if the woman found by the roadway was Linda. Officers standing by at the hospital phone me to report Lacy identified the victim as Linda Corbett. So at this time as other detectives are attempting to locate Anthony Moore, I obtained a search warrant to search the victim’s residence. I soon after served that search
Rodman agrees to meet the boyfriend downstairs. When claimant left her area she notified a co-worker, as
She doesn't know how her son sustained his injuries. They eventually got inside their vehicle and left the location [Mr. Smith Sr., Mr. Riley and is girlfriend]. Shortly after, they were stopped at gunpoint and were told not to move. Mrs. stated that, they were 2 female and 4 male officers on the scene. The 2 female officers searched her daughter and Mr. Joshua's mother. She remained inside of the vehicle and she was not
GAO called to Patricia, she was desperately seeking for legal assistance. She said that she believes it was her husband's ex-girlfriend that might have called the police officer and her husband is arrested for a DV. She stated nothing happened in their home.
On August 23, 2014 Sgt. Lavelle was assigned to the 83 Precinct. She was present for duty at 0800 hours as the domestic violence Sergeant and she conducted several home visits. At 1450 hours she was post changed to the 83rd Precinct desk and she assumed the duties of the 83 desk office. Sgt. Lavelle remained as the Desk Sergeant for the entire tour. I presented Sergeant Lavelle with a copy of the command log entry for August 23, 2014 depicting the validation of two arrests at about 2040 hours when Mr. Carlton Smith
Over the summer of 2015 I went to my aunt’s quite a bit during the week. Sometimes when we would be going to the pool I brought my friend Hannah to my aunt’s house with me. There are other days when she just comes because I ask her. On days when she’s there my aunt would let me drive her side by side. My aunt has a large piece of land so it’s really fun. We did this days when she wasn’t there too. A side by side is like a glorified golf cart. I love driving it even if I have to bring other kids my aunt is babysitting. When it’s just Hannah and I it’s great.