Aguiar stated that Flores arrived just before he did to the call and that their initial contact with each other was ok. They both walked up to the location together searching for the entrance to the location. Once inside the location Aguiar stated that Flores seemed agitated not at him but at the people in the residence, perhaps because she was trying to deal with subjects who were intoxicated. Corporal Aguiar told me that the main reason he believed that Officer Flores had handcuffed Witness Vasquez, was to arrest her for 647(f) Public Intoxication. He believes this with 100 percent certainty because she had told him that she was going to arrest Witness Vasquez for 647(f) and that if she denied making that statement it would be a lie. Aguiar recalls with 100 percent certainty that Flores told that him, she was going to do this to avoid having to respond to the location again. He saw Flores double lock the handcuffs and began walking towards the rear exit of the location. Witness Vasquez kept saying “Por Que Por Que” in
There are two Ps (Vance Williams and Rick Williams); they are brothers. P alleges that they were walking on the sidewalk with a friend, Davon Carr (non-party) when undercover officers stopped them. Ps allege that MOS questioned them about guns. P Rick Williams alleges that MOS Ashby grabbed him and slammed him to the ground. P Vance Williams states that MOS was punched him in the neck causing him to have an epileptic seizure. P Vance Williams alleges that MOS maced him. Ps allege they were taken to the 67th precinct. P Vance Williams alleges that at the precinct his request for medical attention was delayed. MOS Ashby states that he observed Ps Rick Williams and Vance Williams with open containers. MOS stopped Ps and Mr. Carr then P Rick Williams
On June 21, 2016, members of the Metropolitan Police Department (MPD) Sixth District were dispatched to a call for service for an “Assault in Progress”. Officers were met by the complainant who reported that the defendant invited her over to his residence and when she arrived the defendant already had another female companion at his home. The defendant began to insult the complainant at which point she tried to leave his home. The defendant grabbed the complainant by her hair and punched her in the face and body. The complainant refused medical treatment.
• Plaintiff claims false arrest, false imprisonment, malicious prosecution and assault. Per the Law Department abstract, officers, including Det. Hernandez were executing a search warrant. Officers entered the apartment and brought everyone inside the apartment into the living room including plaintiff and handcuffed. Everyone including plaintiff were searched. Officers recovered marijuana from separately apprehended Jeffrey McCaskill’s person. Plaintiff was transported to the precinct 48 pct. Plaintiff states officers removed her from the holding celling, assaulted by officers, and placed in shackles. Plaintiff allegedly bended Det. Moises Martinez left hand causing injury when he tried to place in shackles. Plaintiff was re-arrest for assault.
P alleges false arrest. P alleges that a manager of a storage facility recovered two firearms for inside the storage unit under her husband’s name, Sabin Jimenez and provided NYPD with Sabin Jimenez’s address. P alleges that MOS defendant David Grieco and 4 other MOS arrived at her home, which was also Sabin Jimenez, home and entered and search searched her home. P alleges that MOS did not recover any firearm from her home however P was arrested. P alleges she remained in custody for approximately over 24 hours and her arrest was voided or the DA’s office declined to prosecute. No other information is known about the case. It is unclear what role, if any, Defendant PO Mayer played in this
P alleges false arrest. P alleges that she was hanging out with her friends after school when defendant MOS Jose Peinan became flirting with her. P alleges that she did not respond to MOS Peinan causing MOS Peinan to become angry. P alleges that MOS Peinan ordered two male MOS
On Tuesday, December 15 2015, at about 1315 hours, while present at group 31 office, Lt. Robert Bava and I, conducted the P.G. 206-13 hearing of PO Derek Almeida, Tax #946426, currently assigned to the 83 Precinct. The hearing took place at 241 37 Street, Third Floor, Brooklyn, N.Y. PO
Police involvement was necessary since security was unable to assist that night; security services are complementary since the guard must service all three of Ms. Miner’s complexes, thus encouraging the use of police with emergency situations. Ms. Miner was uneasy when she learned about the assault and personally emailed the Plaintiff to inquire about her condition and to clarify that damages to the unit be repaired. Yet, Plaintiff responded by placing the blame on her ex-boyfriend for the damage, claiming that he wasn’t a guest (Exhibit 7); nonetheless, Plaintiff reluctantly paid $2500 for repair costs
• Plaintiff claims false arrest, false imprisonment, and malicious prosecution. Plaintiff alleges he got off a bus and was talking with a friend when MOS approached him. Plaintiff states MOS informed him that an MOS was injured in the area earlier that day. Plaintiff states he was arrested and charged with OGA.
“On 01/21/2016, police responded to 5 Colin Drive in the City of Portsmouth in reference to an assault. Upon arrival, the victim Willie Mitchell) stated he was sitting on the couch when he noticed suspect 1, Donavan Sneed, standing on the porch and invited him in. He recognized Sneed as the same male that was involved in an incident that occurred an hour prior. The victim stated that when he entered, three additional suspects followed that he did not see in front of the home initially. The suspects were looking for a resident of the home, Courtney Davis, and some of her friends that had assaulted Sneed approximately an hour earlier. The victim assured the suspects that he was alone and the people they were looking for had left. At that time, all four suspects surrounded the victim when suspect 2, Jerry Harding, stated to the victim “You going to do this to my homeboy.” Before the victim could respond that he was not involved with the earlier incident, Sneed started to assault him. The victim attempted to defend himself when the other suspects grabbed his arms and held him. Sneed then punched him in the nose and the victim fell to the ground. The other suspects also began to assault the victim while he was on the ground. While being assaulted on the ground, he felt one of the suspects attempt to remove his wallet from his back pocket. The victim attempted to hold his wallet in his pocket and tell the suspects that he had no
Ps, Rony Beauge and Christina Escourse, allege excessive force and false arrest. P Escourse states that she was at the front door entering her home when MOS approached her from behind with their guns drawn. P Escourse states that MOS grabbed her arm and pushed her body against the apartment door and tightly handcuffed her causing pain and bruises to her arm, face, chest and wrists. Ps state that MOS entered the apartment and broke down their bedroom door. Ps claim that MOS ordered P Beauge to the floor and then MOS grabbed and slammed P Beauge to the floor causing injury to his shoulder. Ps claim that another MOS placed his knees on P Beauges’s back and tightly handcuffed him which caused pain to his lower back and wrists. MOS state they were
• P alleges false arrest. P was arrested for shooting CW Flaming St. Fleur (non-party). At Grand Jury, Mr. St. Fleur testified that he was shot and turned around saw P standing there. P was indicted by a grand jury. Mr. St. Fleur went to the precinct and recanted his identification
I questioned Inmate Perea-Dominguez about how he became injured. He stated he had been working out his cell and fell. Upon further questions he told me he would not to say what happened and would not give a time frame or a location. I questioned Inmate Perea-Dominguez several times about how he got injured and he refused to answer me.
On 12-24-2015 Philip Vandevander was arrested for Aggravated Menacing, Obstructing official business, Drug Paraphernalia, and Domestic Violence. Officers arrived and spoke with a witness who stated she saw a male [Philip] pushing a female [Brooke] down the outside stairs. The witness stated Philip told her he was going to burn down her residence to. Officer made entry into the residence and located Philip. When asked were Brooke was Philip stated she left a half hour ago. Brooke was located in the room Philip was in, along with drug paraphernalia.
On Friday, April 15, 2016 at approximately 2345 hours, Security Officer Omar Alonso, was inside the Security Office in the E.D. with Supervisor Steven Evans when PFS Employee Jasmarie Rivera knocked on the door and stated to us that there was a male visitor who had verbally threatened to physically harm PFS Representative Cindy Cilliec at the E.D. Registration Desk. Security Supervisor Evans and Security Officer Alonso went to Miss Cilliec and asked her who had threatened her and if he was still in the lobby. Miss Cilliec pointed out a Hispanic male who was in his early to mid-50’s. Security staff made contact with the Hispanic male and walked him outside the E.D. entrance where Security Supervisor Evans spoke to him about the incident. He