On January 14, 2008, at an H&M store in L.A., a woman bought $1,000 worth of clothes with $100 bills, all were H2-H38 bills. The following day two other women returned with the purchase and asked for a refund. The three suspects were arrested and not only admitted that they knew the notes were counterfeit but also revealed they had come from Troy Stroud, who was put under surveillance. Two months later, Stroud began passing Talton's latest product: a counterfeit twenty. Because $20 bills are so easy to pass, the investigation became much urgent. Informants wearing wires met with Stroud and bought H2-H38 bills, and introduced him to two undercover Secret Service agents. The service got everything on tape and put a tracking device on Stroud's vehicle. On April 10, Paul McCorry attended a meeting at which $2,500 in counterfeit hundreds were sold to another informant on the Secret Service payroll: He arrived in a Mercedes bearing a license plate that read MCCORRY. On April 15, While Stroud waited in a drive-thru line, a special agent entered the restaurant and watched him pay for his meal with a counterfeit $20 bill. Eight days later, agents followed Stroud to Talton’s house in Lawndale, and searched the trash outside, where they found fragments of counterfeit bills, printer cartridges, and Talton’s name. Early on the morning of May 8, Stroud was arrested. Talton's house in Lawndale was raided
Terror is in Town The subject of the book “The Midnight Assassin” by Skip Hollandsworth is focused on uncovering the truth behind who is truly at fault for the murders of Mollie Smith and, several other victims. The murders occurred in Austin, Texas during the 19th century. Based on the first three chapters, three prominent characters have been introduced. All three characters are currently prime suspects. At the time, Austin was a prestigious town, equipped with the finest law enforcement made first hand by god himself, the Texas Rangers. When the young yellow skinned slave Mollie Smith was murdered, terror truly struck Austin. News reporters from all over Texas came to cover the story, thus creating conspiracies about each suspect. Evaluation of each suspect and their motives to perpetrate such a gruesome murder-Walter Spencer, a hardworking slave, who had never done any harm; Tom Chalmers, the brother of the land owner where the murder took place; Lastly, Dr. Ralph Steiner, the esteemed doctor.
“Glory” and “Scandal”, or in other words, Mary and John, two characters from the novel “The Secret Lives of Sgt. John Wilson” who fall in love but eventually end their relationship on a tragic note. Many events occurred through-out the novel that caught my interest such as; the way they fell madly in love, the transition into John becoming more of a ghost than a husband, then a more twisted unforeseen plot that caught most readers entirely by surprise. The love affairs between the characters in the novel, plus the twists and turns you experience while reading is the main contributor as to why I love this book. Two polar opposites who started a life together, followed by scandal and deceit, then ended in a most unspeakable way.
Case Name: Fernandez v. California, 134 S. Ct. 1126 (2014) Factual History: In Los Angeles, California during the month of October and year of 2009, Abel Lopez was attacked and robbed by a man with a knife, he later identified as Walter Fernandez. During the confrontation between Lopez and Fernandez, Fernandez
Code of VA: 18.2-91 VCC Code: BUR-2213-F9 Co-Defendant(s): Daniel Solomon Arresting K-9 officer told Mr. Solomon to stop and he continues to run. Mr. Solomon heard the officer say he was going to release the dog and Mr. Solomon gave up. Mr. Solomon was then taken into police custody. When the victim came home, Detective Gibbs went into the home and found a black backpack at the top of the stairs. The victims stated that the backpack was not theirs. Detective Gibbs opened the backpack and the victim’s stolen laptop was inside and Daniel Solomon’s homework was also inside. Mr. Solomon and Mr. Powell were brought to 311 County Street and they both confessed to breaking the window and going inside of the home. They both blamed each other for taking items.”
At 1725 Hrs. Sgt. Taylor was advised that that the parents wanted to speak to an officer in reference to Kaden. Sgt. Taylor received additional information that Kaden may be in further danger due to the criminal element he was involved in, and that he had “snitched”. The parent advised that DPS needed the vin number for an Amber Alert.
❖❖❖ The Significance of the Denied Appeal Stevenson would eventually have come to represent a Walter McMillan, who was accused and charged with the murder of a white woman. A drug-addicted friend of one of McMillan’s female extramarital partners wrongly accused McMillan of the murder after being caught in his
Officer actions: I along with Saunders reviewed CCTV footage of Arch. 4th floor T-hall, as we watching footage Justin Turner walked into the DPS office and said that he got a phone call that Saunders jacket was stolen and that he wanted us to know he had nothing to do with it, I asked Him who called him and he said he don't remember. I
On 4/24/15, a body was discover by the MA local police in an alley, there were signs of torture although that was no the cause of death, the cause of death was a shot to the back of the head execution style, the victim was Senator Rick Khoper (RK). Khoper was the one of the many senators of the city of Boston, he was the kind of guy who would do anything necessary to get money, become as rich as possible. He had been helping the Russian mob to do money laundering among other illegal actives, like prostitution, drug trafficking and others, although he never did any of it, he helped by facilitating the process on how to do it and by alerting them of any danger. But all of this was about to change.
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
In winter, $10,000 a month for gas. Ideas to fill it: Michael Hilton: He had 17 aliases, faker, in prison for 3 year, etc. promised to fill the prison and also construct “para-military training center” close to the jail. All with the fake company name “American Police Force.”
INVESTIGATION: On 12-03-16 at approximately 2210 hours, Officer Thebeau #8402 and I responded to the above location regarding a male subject who shot himself and fled the location. Sergeant Burgess #2003 requested that we secure the Denny’s Restaurant north parking lot.
Than at that time Dennis worked for a gear company.(Article 3). No one ever suspected anything suspicious things about him. He was a young normal average human with jobs the same as everyone else in the community.
In Act 1 of our A plot, Detectives Stabler and Benson enter the precinct notably late. They inform their captain that they were held up because a protest had broken out in the streets of Manhattan and blocked traffic. Detective Tutuola begins to discuss the Supereme Court decision when a young black man enters the precinct, exclaiming that he has been sexually assaulted and wants to report the crime. Detective Tutuola and Benson begin to talk to the young man and learn his name, Alejandro Pavel . They learn that he was beaten and sexually assaulted by a group of men, they discuss how it may be a hate crime. Detective Benson and Stabler escort the victim to the hospital as Detective Tutuola begins to file and peruse all the evidence so far.
After months of frustration, failure, and growing public scorn, Sheriff Thomas Tate, ABI lead investigator Simon Benson, and the district’s attorney investigator, Larry Ikner decided to arrest Walter McMillan based primarily on Ralph Myer’s allegation. They hadn’t yet done much investigation into McMillan, so they decided to arrest him on a pretextual charge while they built their case (Stevenson 47).