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
Did Officer Taylor’s thoughts about “those people’ influence her decision-making during the stop? This type of action was wrong to create a traffic stop which is known
Mehserle used his gun instead of his TASER on accident. There could be many reasons as to why he thought he pulled out his TASER instead of his gun. One reason is because there are days when officers change their holsters and the items that are in their holsters. One day the TASER could be on one side and the next day it could be on the other
took steps back and fired taser darts. The next part to occur was recorded by a bystander. The
A 911 dispatcher contacted Officer Mattox about a so called domestic dispute. Mattox arrived and heard another officer claiming that shots have been fired. However, it was the Fourth of July. With that being said, can you verify that the sound made was not an echo of a bottle rocket? You also stated “ [Mattox] was attacked by [Roberts]” conversely this is not what is shown on the body camera video. According to the footage, he busted through Mr. Roberts door and proceeded to attack him. It appeared that Mr. Roberts was attempting to lie on the floor, but before he could even get on his knees, Mattox
Since LA the United States has had numerous race related riots. These riots include Ferguson, Baltimore, and the St. Louis protests. The riots were all police related and ended in the death of an African American. On August 9th, 2014, in Ferguson, Missouri, Michael Brown
INVESTIGATION: On Thursday, 05/18/2017, at about 9:27 p.m., partner Officer Griffin (#3135) and I were on uniformed patrol in a marked patrol vehicle (Unit #21) as 3A21. We were dispatched to an injury traffic collision at Lake Ave. and Maple St. Upon our arrival, we saw three vehicles that appeared to be involved in a traffic collision. While we were assisting with the scene, we saw Victim Captain Konrad struggling with the suspect, later identified as Kevin Hendrix. Officers Griffin, Riehl (#7454), Spatz (#8058) and I grabbed Suspect Hendrix and took him to the ground. I placed properly adjusted, double locked handcuffs on Hendrix. Officer Griffin and I placed Hendrix in our patrol vehicle.
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
Everything stated after Mr. Debose was stop by Officer Rey Tensing. Mr. Debose was stopped because of a missing license plate; after Officer asked Mr. Debose for his driver’s license but Mr. Debose did not complied with Officer Tensing, The officer asked again for his driver’s license that’s when Mr. Debose took his right hand and true his vehicle on that’s when Officer Tensing put his left hand in the string wheel but Mr. Debose stepped on the gas and moved the car a couple of feet, Officer Tensing lost his balances that’s when he told Mr. Debose to stop the vehicle but he did not do that. Officer had no other option but to shoot him, the car kept moving and Office Tensing was drag for a couple of feet. Finally the car stopped and hit a pole about 25 feet away from the officer. This is the basic background of the cases and you may think that officer Tension may have shot Mr. Debose for no good reason but after seen the evidence that is not the
This memorandum addresses the likelihood that our client will be charged with Menacing under § 13A-6-23. You have asked me to address two issues for a defense. The first issue is the “physical action” element. The second issue is the intent element. I. The “Physical Action” element is not met The Court will
Laura, Your assessment of the Moskalenko case brings out an overlooked point, “that her husband worked with chemicals such as Mercury.” The article states that her husband, “was a chemist and understood the pellets to be out of the ordinary.” Your analysis has led to the conclusion that he
This particular officer was shot point blank in the area of the heart and the ballistic plate actually stopped the round from penetrating. After viewing the stop on video and making an examination of the vest and the wound
They began to give him verbal commands . One fired his taser and the other
With a new source donor on the hook, it was now time to invest some time in figuring out what happened to the Kimko incident. In trying to put a stopping in her current problem coming back, and to not jeopardize the business, she would have to determine
One current event that I see very often in the newspaper is the case about Nikko Jenkins. Jenkins was deemed mentally incompetent for sentencing and the decision was made because of the seriousness of his crimes that he would housed in the prison instead of the state’s psychiatric hospital. This hospital does not have proper security to ensure that he couldn’t escape. He could get psychiatric treatment in prison.