I notified dispatch that Officer Albert and I were out at the RSC. I parked our patrol car on the north side of the RSC and entered the north door. I heard Officer Smith on the radio say he was out with the subject near the Credit Union. I observed from across the RSC Officer J. Smith and Officer R. Faison standing next to a black male all the way by the Book Store. As I walked closer, I could see the black male with both of his hands up in the air and he was getting down on both of his knees. When I got to the Credit Union, I saw a set of crutches and a black bag laying on the floor. I told Officer Albert to stay here with these items as I continued to go behind the black male. Officer Faison kept trying to talk to the subject but he was clearly ignoring him. The subject who was later identified as
I, Deputy Daniel Pruitt spoke to a Steve Craine who stated on 06/06/2017 he saw a small silver SUV on his property. Steve stated the SUV was pulling a red 1970's model truck bed as a trailer. Steve stated he saw a white male drving and a female passenger. Steve stated the subjects were loading items from his property. Steve stated the subjects dropped all the items. Steve stated the subjects went to his neiybors Craig Chaffin's house at 25004 West 49th Street. Craig stated a female named Emma Hogen and a white male named Jerry came to his shop. Craig stated Emma and Jerry were trying to sell items out of a red truck bed. Craig stated Emma and Jerry wanted $300.00 dollars for the whole trailer full of property. Craig stated he paid Emma and Jerry $200.00 dollars and $100.00 was a check he wrote to Emma. Craig stated Emma and Craig left in a silve Geo Tracker SUV. I
In Benters a reliable source told Detective J. Hastings there was an indoor marijuana growing operation at 527 Currin Road in Henderson, North Carolina, and Glenn Benters owned the property but was not living there. Benters at 662, 766 S.E.2d at 596 (2014). Hastings obtained a subpoena to look at the utility use for the property and discovered that it was indicative of a marijuana growing operation. Id. Hastings and Officer Joseph Ferguson traveled to Benters’ property and saw tools used for marijuana growing outside the premises. Id. After that observation, they conducted a knock and talk on the back door. Id. at 662, 766 S.E.2d at 596-597 (2014). After no answer, Ferguson walked to a building where music was playing and smelled
On Wednesday, March 22, 2017, I was dispatched to 3 Brightleaf Lane on a report of Obscene material call. Upon arrival, I was met by Mrs. Nasheena Quick Davis. Mrs. Davis advised me on May 17, 2016, her cousin Rossia Harris and her girlfriend Denaisha DeGraffenreid stole a video and several photos from her cell phone. They sent the video and photos to Rossia’s phone and she, in turn, sent them to her estranged husband. There was a sexually explicit video sent to her husband. He attempted to show the video to others. She went to the magistrate’s office, however, she didn't have an address for her cousin and her girlfriend so she couldn’t obtain a warrant. Her husband, Albert Davis, Jr was a deputy sheriff at the time. She said he told internal
The police department did a follow up with the highly detailed tip they received. The defendants where watched closely and the officers did a follow up on the exact activities that they received from the anonymous tip. The officers gathered all the information they observed in doing the follow up, and received a warrant. The warrant allowed the officers to search the home and the defendant’s automobiles. The officer’s drug dogs found drugs, weapons and contraband in the defendants home and automobiles. Stated in the article, that the defendants made trips to Florida to bring back narcotics. Mader followed up on the tip and discovered that Lance had made a reservation to West Palm Beach. Lance was followed to the hotel, where he left with Sue in the family car back to Bloomingdale. The information that the officers gathered allowed them to provide evidence that the defendants where selling and bringing back drugs and with the tip, they were given a search warrant from the magistrate.
I, Deputy Grant told dispatch to get in contact with the Billie Joe Anderson from Casey General Store and get more information. I told them to find out the unknown woman 's name, (if known) what she was driving, whom she was with, and what she was wearing, as well as any other information the cshe could remember.
I entered the residence and was directed to a bedroom on the north side of the residence. I entered the bedroom and observed a white female standing next to the bed. She had a large, blue in color, lump under her left eye. She was unable to open her left eye very much. I later identified her as Anna Williams by Arkansas drivers license. I asked Anna what had happened and she said she was trying to leave the residence and they hit her. I asked Anna who "they" was and she said Gilbert and Judy. Anna said they hit her with their fists. At about this time, Mulvane EMS arrived on scene and started to render aide to Anna as I collected her personal information.
On April 27, 2016, at approximately 0031hrs, I was patrolling out at the City Lake when dispatch advised Sgt. Henke to respond to Wal-Mart, 937 Park Circle Drive. Sgt. Henke arrived on scene at approximately 0003hrs while I was in route to Wal-Mart. At approximately 0040hrs, I arrived on scene I made contact with Sgt. Henke inside Wal-Mart. Sgt. Henke had a Sandra Parr, w/f, DOB 1/19/63, under arrest and was walking her out Wal-Mart. Sgt. Henke was accompanied by Asset Protection Manager Krista L. McClintick.
On October 8, 2017 at approximately 11:42pm, I, Officer Kyeishia Evans, with the Ville Platte Police Department, was dispatched to 210 Pecan Street, Ville Platte, Louisiana, in reference to a break in. Upon arrival I spoke with Kermit Miller, who stated he recently returned home from and noticed someone broke into his residence. Miller stated he left his residence as approximately 1:00pm, on Friday, October 6, 2017, and went fishing. He stated his wife was in Lafayette for the weekend babysitting. Miller showed me a glass panel on his patio door which was broken. Miller stated he has an alarm on his residence; however, he stated he did not have it on. On call detective, Charles Hall, with the Ville Platte Police Department, arrived on scene
I made contact, via phone, with Blackston, LaShawn, B/F, DOB 10/14/1978. Blackston stated on November 14, 2016, at approximately 5:00 P.M., she was in her vehicle, at the intersection of Mansfield Webb and Ballweg in Arlington, TX, when she witnessed the rear passenger of a Whi 4dr sedan, pull a blk pistol, on a B/M walking home from school. Blackston advised she was traveling Southbound on Mansfield Webb when she witnessed the incident and had to make a U-Turn
Victim/Reporting Person Summary: Arthur said a female in her 30's with brown hair and wearing a flower dress came to his home. Arthur said the female told him she was a termite pest control worker. Arthur said the female was there to survey his home and collect water samples from the home. Arthur said the female had him get water samples from around the home. Arthur said while he was collecting the water samples the female went into his room and stole a Smith & Wesson .357 caliber pistol
On 05/25/16 I arrived at 19 Parkridge in reference to a disturbance with a weapon call. Upon arrival I made contact with Janette Bell. Mrs. Bell said on the morning of this date her husband, Alvin “Mack” Bell, became angry with her. Mrs. Bell said Mr. Bell began yelling at her and accusing her of leaving him alone. Mrs. Bell said Mr. Bell retrieved a .22 rifle from a gun cabinet in the bedroom of the residence located in the southwest corner of the home. Mrs. Bell said Mr. Bell pointed the gun at his head and said he was “tired of this mess” and further stated he would not be around much longer. Mrs. Bell said Mr. Bell continued yelling and began waving the gun around in front of himself and several times the firearms muzzle crossed
I was patrolling the downtown area. I asked the dispatcher to check the tag (XYZ 123) and she told me the car was stolen. When he stepped out of the car: I searched him according to the standards of Terry vs. Ohio. Each of his pockets contained drug paraphernalia. I found a bag of marijuana in his right pocket and suspected cocaine in his left pocket. The suspect asked Officer Smith and I if she was under arrest. I arrested the suspect and reads him the Miranda warnings. I called the dispatcher whom said I could go to lunch. When I turned East, I spotted the fugitive's
At this time, I engaged lights and sirens to quickly get to the scene. Upon my arrival, I saw Sgt. Wilson and Officer Allday escorting a female suspect to Sgt. Wilson's patrol car. I helped Sgt. Wilson conduct an inventory of the vehicle and logged a tow sheet for Templett Towing. While doing inventory of the vehicle, a firearm was found on the driver side floor board along with $1282.00 in cash. The gun was identified as a Smith &Wesson (Serial No. RBJ1414). See Sgt. Wilson's narrative for further information.