The operator of the Pontiac continued pass your Affiant's marked police vehicle in a fast, careless manner and continued around Stamets patrol vehicle at an unreasonable speed. The operator stopped the vehicle beside Stamets who was actively involved in a traffic stop. The operator had her passenger side window positioned adjacent to the driver's door of the
I approached the vehicle and made contacted with the driver, Jason Sweeney. I asked Jason if he was aware of why I stopped him, Jason stated yes it was because I was speeding. I advised Jason that it was because he cross over the center line, Jason stated “oh”. I asked Jason if he had Identification and proof of insurance. Jason stated he did not have his ID on him, and the vehicle was his grandmothers. Jason provided me his social security number. I ran Jason’s social through dispatch, dispatch advised me that Jason
Your Affiant activated the emergency lights to stop the vehicle, but the operator continued driving to the steady red light and remained in the driving lane. After sitting behind the driver for a period of time I did not believe he was going to pull to the side of the road so I exited the patrol vehicle and approached his window. The operator said he was waiting for the light to turn green so he could cross the intersection to pull over. I
As I was explaining the test, he was swaying in a clockwise motion. Shawn then fell out of the starting position as I was demonstrating the test. After regaining his balance and getting back into the starting position, Shawn began the test. Shawn raised his left leg approximately “1” (inch) for three (3) seconds and dropped his leg. Shawn then lifted his leg again and immediately dropped it. Shawn then complained of pain and couldn’t complete test. I then terminated the test. Shawn was then advised he was under arrest for Driving while Intoxicated and placed into cuffs. The cuffs were double locked and checked for appropriate tightness. A search of his person was conducted and no contraband was found. The accused was then escorted over to vehicle #526, where I checked the rear seat for contraband, just as I had done at the beginning of my shift. Finding none, I secured the accused in the rear seat. The seatbelt was applied, the rear door was locked and I began my transport to police headquarters. Patrol vehicle #526 is not equipped with an in-car camera
This is Mr. Hartshorn’s 1st DUI conviction; there are no others located in his history. Mr. Hartshorn accepts and takes responsibility for his actions that evening. Mr. Hartshorn does not believe he has a problem with alcohol. He states that he had been drinking twice a week but does not see it as a problem since he has stopped before. He advised that he has consumed alcohol since the incident, most recently around two and a half weeks ago. This was discussed with him in great detail. Based on the above information, his history, and what he reported, it is this officer’s opinion that there may be a need for a structured treatment program, and it would be a benefit to Mr. Hartshorn that he obtain an in-depth substance abuse evaluation.
According to police reports, Mr. Jonathan Hartshorn was involved in a single vehicle non-injury accident when the vehicle he was operating rear ended another vehicle in the drive thru lane at 1212 S Rock Rd. Officers were called to the accident and made contact with Mr. Hartshorn, who had moved to 1219 S Rock Rd. Officer Reser made contact with Mr. Hartshorn and detected the odor of an alcoholic beverage on Mr. Hartshorn. Mr. Hartshorn also had slurred speech. Officer Reser had Mr. Hartshorn perform the sobriety tests, which he failed. Mr. Hartshorn submitted to a breath test which showed a BAC of
In summary, on 11/13/17 at 2138 hours Ofc. Ellison #207 and I were patrolling the area of 5200 W Roosevelt Rd., at which time I observed vehicle (00’ Ford IL Q278138) traveling eastbound with no rear registration plate light.
On 6-5-2016 Edwin Roger was stop for speeding (51/35). Upon speaking with Edwin an odor of an alcoholic beverage was detected from his breath. Edwin agreed to conduct a field sobriety test. There were several indicators during the Field sobriety test to lead me to believe Edwin had consumed an alcoholic beverage. Edwin admitted to consuming some alcoholic beverages before operating a vehicle. Edwin was transported to Madison Township police department to preform the BAC test. Edwin's test results were .153. Edwin was arrested for 4511.19A(1)A and 4511.A(1)D. Edwin was transported to Lake county jail and given a court date of 6-7-2016.
The 2011 Ford Crown Victoria was eastbound on Fishhawk Blvd. and operating moving radar, while approaching the intersection of Bayberry Glen. Deputy S. Gray, observed a vehicle travelling westbound on Fishhawk
After speaking with Sgt. Patterson we decided I would arrest the passenger for the warrant and he would arrest the driver for DWS. I walked up to the passenger side door of the stopped vehicle and asked the passenger who was identified as Sean Schulte to step out of the vehicle. Schulte was very cooperative, as he stepped out he said he knew he had a warrant. I had Schulte turn around and place his hand behind his back, I placed hand cuffs on both of his wrist and checked for proper fit and double locked them. I then conducted a search incident to arrest. During my search of his person I located a cell phone, wallet and a can of chewing tobacco. Schulte was then walked to the back passenger seat of my patrol vehicle, I had him sit down and I placed a seat belt on him. Schulte was secured in the back cage of my patrol vehicle and the camera was turned to face the inside of the
The driver was revoked for prior DUI conviction, which also makes his vehicle subject to seizure. During my investigation, I determined the driver had drug history, was on state probation, and also had no insurance on the vehicle. However, I also confirmed the individual was not under the influence, had just come home from a recently obtained job, and after a search of the vehicle and driver, I discovered nothing illegal. The traffic stop occurred at the drivers resident in his driveway. If I made the decision to arrest the driver, he would lose his job and violate his probation. I used my discretion and let the driver go with the expectation that he find a ride to work until he could get his restrictive license and insurance for the vehicle. Less than a week later, the individual came to the police department and not only thanked me, but showed me proof of his license and insurance. He still to this day maintains his well paying job and is not a financial burden on our corrections system, rather he is a productive member of society. The discretion I used to make my decision took into account the totality of the circumstances, down to the driver’s polite and apologetic demeanor and
I then made contact with the driver of the vehicle who identified herself using a State of Florida issued driver license as Emilia Correa D.O.B. 11/22/1985. Correa stated she had just left a cigar lounge where she consumed “a few” alcoholic beverages. Correa stated she was on her way to eat before going home. However, while speaking with Correa her statements were inconsistent and briefly delayed similar to those under the influence. Based on statements made during the initial contact and my observations I asked her to exit her vehicle to continue speaking with her. I then asked Correa
Again the male driver was seen about a half hour later in the same area at 2:45pm. Officer Mathison ran a license plate check on the vehicle. The vehicle was registered to an individual in Moundsview Minnesota. The area that this trucks registration had come back to an address that was mainly a suburb where Caucasians lived. Officer Mathison checked
I exited my patrol vehicle and made contact with the driver of the vehicle Erica Manning 24 year old female, and the front seat passenger Brent Manning 30 year old male. I identified myself and asked Erica for her drivers license and proof of motor vehicle insurance. Erica removed her license from her billfold and handed it to me. I asked again for her motor vehicle insurance. Erica began looking around inside the cab of the vehicle. Erica began looking in the center console of the vehicle but was unable to locate the insurance information. Erica said she wasn't sure where the insurance is. Erica asked if I would accept the insurance in a digital form on her phone, but had difficulty finding words she wanted to use. Erica began using her phone trying to find her insurance information. Brent began looking into the glove box of the vehicle. While I was speaking with Erica and Brent I noticed they were both talking slowly with mumbled and slurred speech. They were also slow to respond to questions and performing tasks. Brent removed the vehicle
I advised the White male driver, later identified as Jessie Harold Hogan, of the reasons for the traffic stop. The defendant admitted that he forgot to wear his seat belt. However, the defendant denied knowledge of the vehicle's non-functioning tag lights. The defendant stated "I work for the owner of the truck, I just replaced some of the lights." I positively identified the front seat White female passenger, Anna Dale Fussell, from multiple previous encounters. Shortly after, Officer Hartmann arrived on scene for