On Friday, August 12, 2016 at approximately 1000 hours, I assisted the patrol division in locating a burglary suspect that entered the residence of 1023 Barn Oak Court. The complainant/victim Nicole Smith stated to the Conyers Commutation that when she entered the front door of the residence, she heard an unidentified noise in the back bedroom. As she entered the rear bedroom the subject exited the residence through the rear window.
On February 8, 2017 at approximately 2023 hours, I responded to 9280 Atlas Drive in reference to report a missing juvenile. Upon my arrival, I made contact with Sara Crosby (complainant) who advised me of the following via verbal and a sworn written statement:
The victim was unable to provide a possible suspect. However Nita Dobbs did state the house directly behind hers was vacant and a house nearby, 170 Palo Duro Drive was often rented out for short periods of time. Nita Dobbs stated she does wish to pursue charges. I advised Nita Dobbs this case would be forwarded to an investigator.
On Thursday, August 31, 2017 at approximately 2232 hours, I was dispatched to a residence across the street from 2220 University St in reference of a suspicious person inside of a black truck. Upon arrival I spoke to the complainant Ms. Delisa Smothers. Ms. Smothers stated that at approximately 2230 hours, an unknown black male went inside her neighbor's truck located across the street at 2221 University street.
On December 16, 2017, at approximately 1311 hours, I responded to 2660 N Orange Blossom Trail; Lot 48 in reference to a disturbance. Upon my arrival I made my contact with Pablo Joshua Soto (victim/complainant) who advised the following via verbal and a sworn written statement:
I responded to Trojan Commons Apartment B1 in reference to a damage to property call. Upon arrival, I made contact with Courtney Doolittle. Doolittle stated that when she arrived at her residence this afternoon, she noticed the door had shoe prints on it. When Doolittle opened the door, I observed the foot prints located on the door and structure of the door had been damaged, as someone tried to gain entry. Myself and Doolittle walked through the apartment to see if anything was missing. Doolittle stated that nothing was missing at this time. I advised Doolittle if she noticed anything missing, to call Troy Police Department. Doolittle stated that this damaged had to be done between Thanksgiving Day and today, before she arrived to the
On August 4, 2017 at approximately 2:40pm, Officer Lucas Griffin and I, Officer Kyeishia Evans, with the Ville Platte Police Department, was dispatched to 902 West Lincoln Street, Ville Platte, Louisiana, in reference to a business alarm. Upon arrival I witnessed a maroon 1999 Chevrolet Tahoe bearing license plate number ZTC679. I checked the vehicle and it was locked; however, I noticed the car was warm, as if the car had just been parked in the parking lot. I also noticed the back door of the business was opened. Officer Griffin and I checked the inside of the room; however, there was no door in the back room where you could enter the business. While checking the inside of the room we noticed damage to the tiles on the ceiling. I advised
On September 11, 2017 I (Probationary Police Officer James Harris III, DSN 0513) manning vehicle 1422 received a call for a “Larceny from a building prior” at 315 Chestnut Street (Hyatt Regency Hotel); however, I was advised to contact the victim via phone. I contacted victim Mika Gould to inquired the information needed for this report and was advised of the following:
I met with Carman Mitchell to have an interview regarding their non-profit company and to fill out paperwork she needed for the company. Also, she gave me an orientation and training. The company is located in the city of Centerline and they rent a spot in a Catholic Church building that is quite old. The church used to be called St. Clement Catholic Church and was in service from 1854 until 2007. Coincidently, I remember attending this church with my grandmother as a child for Christmas Eve mass. As of June 30, 2012, the church is named St. Mary, Our Lady Queen of Families. Moreover, I did not get to see the whole inside of the space they are occupying in the building. I observed the reception type area and then a hallway that had various rooms. Carman took me into a room which was her office and it had an older computer, tables, old carpeting, and filing cabinets. There was sufficient work space which was nice.
On April 24, 2017, at approximately 1626 hours I responded to 2401 Cobblestone Apt A, in reference to a criminal mischief. Upon my arrival I made contact with Mary Alava Garcia (victim/complainant) who advised me of the following via verbal and a sworn written statement:
On 12/25/16 at approximately 2037hours, my partner Officer Thebeau #8402, and I, Officer Harrell #3441, were dispatched to a residential burglary call at 193 W. Hammond St. The comments of the call stated the reporting person, (Heidi Robles), just arrived home, and the home was ransacked.
Tommy Read came in today and he was mad. He wanted to but a pack of air-o-cells, but his card did not go through. I called Kathleen Squares, and tried to get her to run the card, but it did not go through again. I managed to get another card from him, and he was finally able to pay for his order. Obviously, he was very irritated when he left the lab. He said that he would call Sheryl (his sales rep) because of what happened today. I let him know that it was fine to do that. Thirty minutes later Sheryl calls saying that Tommy was complaining about us. I clarified the situation, and she said that from now on he would call her, and she would process his air-o-cell orders. She will then send us an email to let us know that he is picking
Officers responded to 117 E 37th Ave #2 in reference to a reported burgulary. Upon arrival, officers cleared the apartment and found not one inside. The resident Kevin Harrell entered the residence and determined everything was in order. Officers inspected the door latch and determined it was not properly installed and could not be secured. Kevin was advised to contact his landlord to have the locking mechanism replaced. Officers cleared without
As a native of Massachusetts, I never cared much about school. And with parents that didn’t care if I went to school either, I just didn’t take the time to go. I mean, why would I sit in school and listen to a teacher rambling on about some useless information. This got me into trouble at a young age. I started to pick up the profession of theft. This got me into prisons all over New England. As you can image, it wasn’t too good of a life growing up.