On 03/25/17 at approximately 1148 hrs, I heard OFC Christensen advise that he was enroute to Fuego for a possible robbery that had just occurred. OFC Christensen’s primary assignment is a Auburn Police Department Mall Officer, for the Outlet Collection Mall. The Mall is located is at 1101 Outlet Collection Way, which is located in the City of Auburn, County of King, and State of Washington. A few minutes later, OFC Christensen advised that the suspects were two young Hispanic Females and possibly a male. He also advised that the suspects were still inside the mall and that Mall Security and he were trying to locate them. Several Officers began responding the mall to assist OFC Christensen.
On 10/30/2016 at 0251 hours Ptlm. David Stamets and I were dispatched to the unit block of S. White St. for multiple males in the road fighting. We arrived on scene and I observed three males walking toward Main St. I instructed the males to stop, but they did not comply with my request. The males looked back and continued to walk away. I again gave verbal commands for them to stop, two of the three males stopped, while one continued to walk away. I walked to the two males who stopped while Stamets proceeded in the patrol car to make contact with the third male, who he caught up to.
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.
On 12-05-17 at approximately 1017 hours, I responded to 442 N. Los Robles Avenue regarding a psychological evaluation. PPD Dispatch advised that a female, White was yelling incoherently at the above location. Officer Gawlik #3116, Officer Herrera #3595 and Officer Killgore #7231 were on scene prior to my arrival.
Garcia advised Officer Jimenez that at approximately 1930 hrs he observed two Caucasian females and one male besides Rosas house. Garcia told Officer Jimenez that he did not remember ever seeing them before. Garcia told Officer Jimenez that they were on foot and they were sitting besides the house while one of them was in the cell phone. Garcia advised Officer Jimenez that the male had curly hair and was wearing a multicolor shirt. Garcia also told Officer Jimenez that one of the females had brown hair and was wearing a pink shirt while the other one was wearing a blue shirt and had bro
I then ran to the men’s bathroom to assist Deputy George with the disturbance located inside. While en-route I observed multiple people running in and out of the restroom. Once inside the men’s restroom I observed two males that appeared to have been fighting Deputy George had the parties separated prior to my arrival. I then detained a Hispanic male later identified as Duilio Lopez and Deputy George detained Michael Pruitt. The suspects where then transported to our vehicle were we continued to conduct our investigation.
On Thursday, March, 3th 2016 at approximately 2147 hrs while driving a Midland Police vehicle and wearing a standard issued MPD uniform Officer Beltran and Officer Jimenez were dispatched 917 Edward st in reference to a check welfare. MPD dispatch informed Officers that the complainant advised them that her daughter Katrina Mendoza(H/F-DOB02/04/2004) left a voicemail where she could hear the voice of Katrina’s dad threating to hurt Katrina.
While enroute I received updated information from dispatch that the suspect vehicle was south on Washington St. The defendant was then observed at the intersection Washington St and Lorenzen Rd by officer Zabetka and a Felony traffic stop was conducted. Shortly after Det. Russo and myself arrived on scene and detained the driver who was later identified as Sergio Mercado Flores from a Florida driver license, of the white Ford Expedition and placed him into the rear of Officer Zabetka patrol car.
On 02-23-18 at approximately 1700 hours, I was traveling north on Raymond Avenue approaching Bellevue Drive. I saw a male Hispanic, later identified as Suspect Ramon Richard Arvizu riding a bicycle west on Bellevue Drive at Edmondson Alley. I immediately recognized Arvizu from prior police contacts in the field.
Gutierrez. He was 814 at the time so he was the main beat car. The first quarter of the day was spent doing premise checks around the city. When doing so P.O. Gutierrez was checking plates and one came up as wanted for not appearing in court, the owner of the vehicle. P.O. Gutierrez proceeded to pull over the subject. The subject in the car was not the owner of the vehicle but he was driving without a license. P.O. Gutierrez arrested the subject, then was later released with an Ibond. Later that day, we drove to a call of a domestic disturbance, between a couple. Both parties appeared that they wanted a divorce and was given advice on what to do. Another Domestic disturbance was given to us and this one was about neighbors fighting about property.
On 11-27-16 at 2137 hours, Officer Wilford #9226 and I were dispatched to the CHP Baldwin Park Station for Suspect Aguilar. Aguilar had an outstanding Pasadena PD warrant his arrest. Upon our arrival to the CHP Baldwin Park Station, we contacted Aguilar and arrested him for the Pasadena PD warrant. Officer Wilford placed handcuffs on Aguilar which were double locked. We transported Aguilar to the Pasadena Jail where he was booked on the warrant.
GROVE was asked to step out of his vehicle to perform field sobriety tests. ONEILL instructed and demonstrated field tests to GROVE. When performing the tests GROVE did poorly and was unsuccessful at completing them. GROVE was taken in to custody and placed in the back of your AFFIANTS police cruiser.
On Friday, April 30, 2010, at approximately 11:30 am, I witnessed an off duty CBPO purchasing drugs from a known dealer. The incident happened at the McDonalds located on 122 Rockaway Boulevard. I observed a white male wearing a CBP hat, a blue sweater buying drugs from a known drug dealer. The officer out of his black Nissan Altima and approached a red Honda were the known drug dealer ”El Chapo” was sitting inside his vehicle apparently waiting for the officer. They exchange words, while the officer gave money to the drug dealer and the drug dealer gave the officer a small baggie. At first, I was not sure if I knew the officer, but it was clear that he was wearing a CBP hat and his duty weapon. I took note of the officer’s vehicle
Do a court date, August 24th 2015, North Justice Center and Fullerton, the address is going to be on the bottom of this ticket. You need to take care of this ticket on or before that date, okay? If you do not take care of the ticket, it turns into a warrant and you go to jail.