While conducting the business check, I was alerted by Walmart Loss Prevention Officer, Marion Edwards, that a White, GMC Yukon, that was missing the front bumper was involved in an attempted theft of a coffee maker approximately two weeks prior. Edwards requested that I make contact with the vehicle, which was parked in row #7 in the Walmart parking lot. Edwards was requesting that I issues a trespass warnings to the vehicle's occupants.
On 05/30/2015, at approximately 1816 hours, your affiant observed a silver Chevrolet Classic occupied by two males. The vehicle circled the block in a counterclockwise manner, repeating a portion of their route. During this time I located the owner of the vehicle utilizing a search through the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation. The registration indicated the plate belonged to another vehicle and registered to Brittney Fisher, who was not an occupant in the vehicle. I activated my emergency lights initiating a vehicle stop in the 100 block of West Washington Street and while stopping the vehicle I observed the passenger making furtive movements towards the center console.
In summary, on 01/04/17 at 1745 hours, Ofc. Kelley #262 and I were patrolling the area of 5600 W 16th St., at which time I observed a vehicle with tinted windows and no rear registration light (05' grey Acura IL Q336438). A traffic stop was conducted on the vehicle.
On Monday August 08, 2016 I, Detective K. Holland #636 began reviewing this case file. The three listed suspects, Ramon Alvarado, Jose Blancas, and Hector Gatica were believed to be involved with burglarizing vehicles prior to their arrest. Since their arrest, victims had come forwards to report their vehicle was burglarized. Property belonging to Malinda Sims, (a Samsung cell phone), was returned to her by Officer Acosta. Sims also reported that $80-$100 was stolen from her vehicle. Officer Weaver advised that there was still electronic equipment inside the Dodge Avenger that was located at Brownwood Towing. A search warrant was sought for the Avenger, and it was signed by Judge Sam Moss. The search of the vehicle was occurred on 08/08/16
On March 12, 2015 at approximately 0143 hours, I responded to C-Town Bicycle & Fitness Equipment, 1927 Highway 138 to investigate a burglary alarm. Upon my arrival, I noticed that the side glass window had been broken. Once other officers and the owner, Jane Hayward, arrived on scene, we proceeded to clear the building to determine if it was safe. No entry was made by the suspect and no items were taken. The building was determined clear and no threat was located.
On March 17, 2016, at 1:41 P.M., officer T. Cramblett CPD#1191 was dispatched to he area of Sharon Woods Blvd. and Brookhurst Ave on a narcotics complaint. Radio was advised by a known caller that a white Chevrolet Malibu, occupied by two white females, was parked on the street and were involved in the sales of narcotics. Officer Cramblett was responding to the area when he observed a white Chevrolet Malibu traveling south bound on Beechcroft Rd. Officer G.Meyer CPD# 2333 had also been dispatched on the run, and was traveling north bound on Beechcroft Rd., when he observed the vehicle ,traveling south bound, and aired with radio that it was occupied by two white females. Officers Cramblett observed the vehicle turn east bound onto E. Dublin Granville Rd then initiated a traffic stop just west of Maple Canyon Ave. Officers Cramblett and Myer approached the vehicle and made contact with both occupants advising them of the nature of the stop and asking for
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.
Upon our arrival, Officer Ramirez and I witnessed the front door to the residence had been forcibly opened and was left wide open. The door frame was broken off and the deadbolt lock was still engaged. Officer Ramirez and I cleared the residence and did not locate anyone still inside.The cabinets to the entertainment center as well as kitchen cabinets were left open and items appeared to have been taken. I located a black and yellow Crowbar a pool table. The master bedroom appeared to have been
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:
In summary, on 07/23/16 at 2123 hours I was dispatched to 5919 W. Ogden Ave. in regards to a Hit and Run. I received information via Dispatch that the striking vehicle (Gold Chevy IL 1758010B) was parked at 5919 W Ogden Avenue.
This officer responded to Priced Rite Tree Service in reference to a stolen vehicle. Upon arrival, this officer contacted Middleborn, who advised they just noticed their 1988 Chevrolet black pickup was missing. Middleborm advised the vehicle was stolen sometime within the last 3-4 days. Middleborn stated an employee was supposed to take the vehicle in for repairs. Middleborn stated he called the company and learned the vehicle was never dropped off. Middleborn stated he spoke with his employee and learned the employee thought the vehicle was already in for repairs and did not check with anyone.
On 10/23/17 Det. Coleman and I went to Belk`s to speak the reporting person, Jerome Stover. I asked with Mr. Stover if he was familiar with a previous larceny with similar circumstance`s (2017-01479). Stover was familiar with the larceny but stated that these were separate individuals. The suspects in this case did get into a vehicle fitting the same description as the above listed OCA as well as similar property taken. After speaking with Mr. Stover, Det. Coleman and I went to Food Lion to attempt to locate a vehicle fitting the suspect vehicle description on their video surveillance. Food Lion Management allowed us to view their video and on 10/20/17 at 1637 hours you can see a silver in color Toyota minivan enter the camera frame with what
On August 26, 2016 at approximately 2240 hours, I (Officer Furr #9345) was dispatched to 7932 Glenarden Pkwy, Glenarden, Md 20706 for a vandalism. On scene I spoke with (V-1) Alonzo Maurice Christin Barber who stated that he parked his Honda Accord bearing Maryland registration plates (4CC6798) outside his apartment complex at approximately 1400 hours on August 25th 2016. (V-1) advised me that when he returned to his vehicle at 2240 hours he noticed his driver's side window was shattered and a brick on the floor of the driver's seat.
Approaching the scene from the east, HCSO Deputies had the entire intersection of Memorial Highway and Kelley Road closed to traffic. I saw a maroon in color Ford E150 cargo van in the inside through lane of eastbound Memorial Highway, facing in a southeast direction. The van had sustained damage to the front of the vehicle. The driver